What does a Psychologist do?
Part of a Psychologist’s job is to diagnose mental disorders, but in many cases where no formal diagnosis is necessary, a psychologist is able to assist individuals and couples to understand the thoughts, beliefs, behaviours, dynamics and internal processes that may be negatively impacting their life and relationships. A Mindview Psychologist can assist anyone interested in improving their emotional well-being, they can help you to improve relationships with others and can also help you find more satisfaction and alleviate stresses at work. A Mindview Psychologist will work out with you exactly want you want to work on, and what you want to achieve from therapy. Once that is established, the therapist can formulate a course of treatment using evidence-based modalities to create meaningful and lasting change in your life.
Psychology suits a very wide variety of issues that arise in people’s lives from feeling stuck, managing work stress, trouble sleeping to more acute conditions such as bipolar, chronic anxiety and depression. We encourage you to check out our psychologists to see how they specialise and what treatments they offer to figure out who might be best suited to you and if you have further questions we encourage you to get in touch.
For some conditions, therapy and medication are a treatment combination that works best. For people who benefit from medication, we work with together with GP’s and psychiatrists on their overall treatment plan.