We offer a variety of innovative psychology services








We understand that life can present various challenges and that seeking support is a courageous and important step towards personal growth and well-being. Our team of dedicated and compassionate psychologists is here to provide you with the guidance and tools needed to navigate through life’s complexities.


Our psychology services are designed to help individuals, couples, and families enhance their mental and emotional well-being. Whether you’re facing specific issues or simply seeking personal development, we offer a range of services tailored to meet your unique needs.



“The time is always right to do what is right”, Martin Luther King

Source Psychology offers the privacy of a well-appointed office to discuss grief or loss, anxiety, depression, couples counseling, or a personal or professional challenge.

Get an appointment at the Buderim, Queensland Office, or discuss other services to suit your needs.


“Awaken your curiosity to experience success”

For some, it is difficult to get to appointments due to mental or physical ill-health. Home-based therapy may be the most beneficial practice for individuals and families.

We recognize the need to offer psychotherapy in your own home. She offers a breezy, light-hearted, positive approach combined with ethical psychological practise. This framework focusses on living in the present, in the here and now, rather than living in the past. Learning practical strategies, setting goals and working out practical steps to improve your life.

Did you know we do Telehealth?

As part of our In-House Sessions, we offer telehealth appointments via platforms like Skype. This is very convenient for people in rural areas and allows them to access our services remotely, eliminating the need for them to travel long distances. By utilizing telehealth appointments you have the opportunity to consult with our healthcare professional from the comfort of your own home.


“Anything is possible. Small steps lead to bigger ones.”

Exercise is good for the body and the mind. Source Psychology offers the opportunity to combine psychotherapy with the outdoors, creating a safe space for you.

  • Mood improves with movement and connection with nature
  • It encourages people to be more active for mental and physical reasons
  • It enhances deeper thinking, creativity, and greater self-awareness
  • It helps the process of self-discovery


“Find out who you are. Using a curious mind”

A flexible body creates a flexible mind. Join a Group session that combines breath with movement to improve your mental and physical well-being. The aim of the programs is to develop self-compassion which leads to improved self-esteem.

These 8-week programs are adapted to cater to their audience. These sessions explore feelings and confront biases and difficult emotions. The yoga psychotherapy model explores the concepts of body awareness, thoughtful movement, mindfulness practice, and nonviolence. Trauma takes its toll on people’s well-being. Healing the pain and hurt through guided practice.

Location, group sizes, and times are flexible. These include:

  • Teenage Girls (Yr 7-10)
  • Vulnerable students
  • Primary School students (Boys and Girls Groups)
  • Senior Students (Yr 11-12)
  • Over 55s

You have access to this private group, where you can make stronger connections with others. Ask a Consultant Psychologist questions and learn techniques about handling difficult emotions like anxiety, self-judgment, and anxiety.

Learn to start curious conversations. It can fuel creativity and motivation and help improve your social skills. Curiosity and mindfulness communication can channel your anger and frustration in a more productive way.


A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies .. the man who never reads only lives one”. (George R.R. Martin)

What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is also known as a Specific Learning Disorder of Reading. It affects 5-15% of individuals and occurs in both adults and children. Dyslexia is essentially a reading disorder beginning in childhood which makes it difficult for individuals to read fluently and comprehend texts. Dyslexia is not a problem with comprehension.
Dyslexia is a neurological issue that is often inherited and stems from problems in the development of phonological processing. Parents and teachers often notice this difficulty by age seven, when the child is reading slowly with many mistakes.

How Can Source Psychology Help?
Source Psychology offers a comprehensive learning assessment of children who are struggling to read. This is necessary in order to identify the best means of assisting and improving their abilities. People with Dyslexia can improve in reading with targeted Early Intervention and additional assistance. Getting help early in a child’s life is extremely important.

Source Psychology can provide complete assessments and detailed reports in order to identify your child’s learning strengths and let you know if they are suffering from a learning disorder such as Dyslexia. Identifying their areas of need and any underlying deficits provides guidance in addressing their weaknesses.
If learning difficulties are identified during the assessment, individuals are often eligible for Special Provisions in exams and additional recognition when applying for University. It is helpful for confidence to highlight this issue to build up motivation to engage in reading.

Other learning disorders diagnosed by Source Psychology include;
• Dyscalculia (Specific Learning Disorder of Mathematics)
• Dysgraphia (Specific Learning Disorder of Writing)


“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle and the other as though everything is a miracle”. Albert Einstein

Cognitive assessment (or intelligence testing) is used to determine an individual’s general thinking and reasoning abilities, also known as intellectual functioning or IQ. Intelligence testing can assess various domains of a person’s cognitive capacity.

The results of cognitive tests can provide a profile that can assist with the development of individualized intervention and learning plans for children Cognitive assessments with children require the administration of standardized psychometric tools by experienced and accredited psychologists. These tools can assess various areas of cognitive capacity, for example, Cognitive assessments with children help assist in the examination of:

Intellectual Giftedness: a cognitive assessment will help to assess whether a child can access gifted and talented programs

Diagnosing learning difficulties or disabilities in children: a cognitive assessment in conjunction with an educational assessment can assist in identifying the presence of a learning difficulty or disorder in children and help teachers make appropriate adjustments for students in the classroom.

Intellectual difficulty or disability: an assessment will assist in identifying children with an intellectual disability, which is characterized by an IQ test score at least 2 standard deviations below the mean (this often equates to an IQ score of 70). Following an assessment, children and parents will have a better understanding of how an intellectual disability impacts the child’s ability to learn