We've found 4 Mental Health Practitioners in ADELAIDE, SA 5000 and surrounding area

  • A safe and confidential place where you will be heard, understood, and accepted just the way you are
    I specialise in Addiction(s) - Couple issues - Grief and loss - Mental health - Trauma  
  • I have over thirty years experience working as a therapist with individuals, couples and families
    I specialise in Couple issues - Mental health - Family issues - Stress - Trauma  
  • Founder of the Online Anti-Bullying Community Teen Support Network
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  • Experience in relationship, youth, family, career, addictions, behavioural and interpersonal counsel
    I specialise in Abuse - Anxiety - Depression - Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) - Relationship issues  

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Find psychologists in Adelaide

Originally established as an English province, Adelaide is now Australia's fifth largest city and is well known for its Universities, fringe festival, gastronomy, art galleries and multi-culturism. A growing ethnically diverse, ageing and student population means that many people at some point will suffer from mental health conditions. As with other major cities in Australia, people can experience stress, depression, anxiety, alcholism, sex addiction, drug abuse and other issues that may affect their day to day living. 

 

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Adelaide has a great network of psychologists, counsellors and therapists that can help residents address their issues through one on one sessions. Nowadays, there are a variety of holistic therapies designed to effectively diagnose and treat mental health issues. A trained mental health practitioner will be able to easily asses which type of therapy is right for the individual.

 

Did you know that people from culturally lingusitic and diverse backgrounds have a significantly lower access level to mental health care and support than the wider community? New migrants may struggle with integration and experience isolation and discrimination. It's important to remember that you are not alone, and help is always there. TrueCounselor makes it easy for you to find a qualified mental health practitioner in seconds. 

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People from a CALD background have a significantly lower level of access to mental health care and support in the wider community.

 

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