Welcome to M1Psychology @ Loganholme in between Brisbane/Gold Coast. Why not try our FREE emotional health check up with a Loganholme Psychologist – a 30 minute, no cost, no obligation consultation to help determine the right Loganholme Psychologist for your needs? Loganholme Logan Psychologists We have 20+ Loganholme psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists with an extensive range of expertise in counselling for mental health … More...
Winter have you feeling the blues? No it’s not just the end of beach trips, ice-cream Sundays, pool parties, and sundresses that has people feeling sad in winter. Seasonal Affective Disorder, otherwise known as SAD, is a mood disorder in which individuals experience depressive episodes in reaction to changes in the seasons. This disorder is […]
We have several child psychologists working with our team. Clinical Psychologists Leia Redman and Dr Rose Gillett, as well as Tegan Gonczar and Cassandra Gist. No waiting to see a child psychologist in Loganholme!
One of the questions I am commonly asked is: what is the difference between a Psychologist and a Psychiatrist? Psychologists and Psychiatrists complete different study pathways in Australia. I have been involved in the training programs for both Psychology and Psychiatry in Queensland. Read More about the difference between psychologists vs psychiatrists training in Australia.
At M1 Psychology we provide a free emotional health check up for new clients who are unsure about treatment and who to choose. Read more about a Free Emotional Health Check up
Social Anxiety can be described as an extreme discomfort in social or performance situations. As children get older, they learn to avoid being the focus of attention at home or school, and as a result, their anxiety can go unnoticed. Some questions that you might like to ask yourself is: Does my child/teen avoid eye […]
The short answer is: Yes, some adults have ADD/ADHD. They may or may not have been diagnosed with it in childhood. Being an adult with ADD/ADHD can have a negative impact on every sphere of the individual’s life, from mental and physical health implications, to work life and therefore finances, to difficulties in personal relationships. […]
Is abstinence necessary to recover from substance abuse? Psychologist Jim Adsett has written an interesting article on abstinence versus cutting down.
Betrayal may be one of the most difficult situations people face in a relationship. However, your partner’s infidelity doesn’t have to mean the end of your relationship. If you have chosen to stay, and would like help moving past the betrayal and begin rebuilding trust in your relationship, call 3067 9129 to make an appointment.