It is easy to book a psychologist online at M1 Psychology at Loganholme. Try booking online through our online booking form. Calling or Texting the office is another option Call (07) 3067 9129 or TEXT 0423 922 686. If you are going through a difficult time there are options for bulk billing or reduced rates. We have child psychologists, Family therapy, expertise in marriage counselling, sex therapists and our directory of psychologists may provide an easy way to find your new psychologist.
Call (07) 3067 9129 or TEXT 0423 922 686.
Our friendly staff will assist with bookings and enquiries. Reception hours are usually 9am to 8pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4pm Saturday. Alternatively, you can book a Logan Psychologist online; use our Contact Form; text reception on 0423 922 686; or (07) fax 3801 2608.
Looking for a Loganholme Psychologist, experienced in working with children and teenagers?
Appointments available NOW!
Call us today on (07) 3067 9129 or book online with Dr Jan Philamon or one of our other experienced child and family psychologists.
Articles by our Loganholme Child Psychologists
Or, take a few moments to read through some of the helpful articles our Loganholme Child Psychologists and counselling professionals have prepared:
- Depression in Teenagers
- Gifted and Talented Children
- Mental Health Disorders in Very Young Children
- Parenting Strategies for Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Perinatal and Postnatal Support Counselling
- Power Struggles with your Child or Teen?
- Raising Resilient Kids
- Surviving the Teen Years
- Video Game Addiction
- When Reward Charts and Timeout Don’t Work
Below are some of the misconceptions and the facts that really underlie them.
- Depression is normal, and everyone feels sad at different times about different things. – Depression lasts longer than a bout of sadness and causes a range of symptoms including significant weight loss or weight gain, sleeping problems, loss of energy, and an inability to concentrate or make decisions.
- It is a weakness of character. – Depression is a complex disorder which has psychological, environmental and biological components. Immediate family members are at higher risk of suffering from Depression, suggesting a genetic or physiological component to developing the illness.
- You can ‘snap out of it’. – Depression is a a serious health condition arising from a range of factors including chemical imbalances in the brain. Just like asthma or diabetes, you cannot simply ‘snap out of it’ or make it disappear at will.
- It only affects women – Men generally have different attitudes when it comes to mental health issues and help seeking behaviours, which makes it easier to be overlooked or left untreated. However, research shows that roughly one in four women and one in six men experience it at some point in their lives.
If you have been experiencing a depressed mood, or have lost interest or pleasure in things that was once enjoyable to you, consider making an appointment by calling 3067 9129.
At M1 Psychology, we have a number of therapists who can deliver therapy with a Christian frame of reference. For more information or to book an appointment, please call 07 3067 9129.