Support For individualS, Couples & veterans

Practical strategies for mental well-being.

Individual Therapy

Michelle provides psychology services for individuals across many age groups, from teenagers through to older adults.

Couples Therapy

Michelle works with couples in romantic relationships as well as friendships & work relationships. She also works with queer couples.

veterans Therapy

Michelle supports veterans and their families through both DVA referrals and Open Arms referrals.

Hello! I’m Michelle

Registered Psychologist

Welcome to my website – Mindful Psychologist. I assume if you are here then you you are interested in mental health, either for yourself, for your relationship, or for someone who love. If you are looking for practical and evidence-based strategies to support you in developing greater mental well-being, then you’ve come to the right place. As a registered Psychologist, I utilise a number of different approaches, including CBT (great for dealing with difficult thoughts) and DBT (great for helping people manage distressing emotions),  ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy) and Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness. I work with individuals (adults and teens) and couples. I also support veterans and their families through DVA and Open Arms referrals.

My passion

Stress, Anxiety, Depression & The Brain

In my practice I see a lot of people with stress, anxiety and/or depression. When it comes to stress, I offer services for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, childhood trauma, burnout, work-related stress and Workcover claims. I am passionate about treating anxiety, including generalised anxiety, social anxiety, performance anxiety, phobias, and OCD. I can also assist with low mood, depression and bipolar disorders. I love helping people understand the role the brain plays and how they might start to re-wire their brain for mental wellbeing using mindfulness techniques.


I’ve always worked within the Queer community, and I welcome folks with same-sex & other unconventional relationships to my practice. I also see a lot of couples where one or both are current serving or ex-military.

Couples Counselling

Sessions can help couples learn to communicate better, resolve conflicts, and develop greater respect and passion. I draw on the approach of David Schnarch, author of Passionate Marriage, as well as Acceptance & Commitment Therapy.

Getting Started is Easy


Free 20 Min Chat

Use the phone number or email below to reach out and book a 20 minute chat to see if my services are a fit for you.

Book Appointment

Reach out to me via phone or email (below) to discuss your needs and book your first appointment.


You will be set up with a profile on my private client website, where you can access resources and book appointments.

My Approach

I utilise numerous evidence-based approaches in my practice, depending on what is required for the person sitting in front of me. First and foremost, I adopt a client-centred approach, listening deeply to you and your experience. After that, I will ask you to complete relevant assessments which help to give an objective account of your situation and symptoms. From there, working collaboratively, we build a treatment plan and create goals that are meaningful to you at this time in your life.

"Mindfulness helps us get better at seeing the difference between what's happening and the stories we tell ourselves about what's happening, stories that get in the way of direct experience."

~ Sharon Salzberg

"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Healing doesn't mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives."

~ Unknown

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Psychology?

Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and behavior. It encompasses a wide range of topics, including perception, cognition, emotion, personality, social behavior, development, and mental health. Psychologists use various research methods and techniques to study human behavior, including experiments, surveys, case studies, and observations. Psychology seeks to understand how people think, feel, and behave, and how these processes are influenced by biological, social, cultural, and environmental factors. The knowledge gained through psychology research is used to develop treatments and interventions to improve mental health, enhance performance, and promote personal growth and well-being.


Psychotherapy is not only for individuals with mental health disorders but can also help those who are experiencing difficult life events or transitions, such as career change or loss of a loved one.


A psychology session is normally 50-minutes. Longer sessions of 80-minutes can be booked via the online calendar.

What is the difference between a psychologist & a psychiatrist?

Psychologists use various evidence-based therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and humanistic therapy, to help individuals manage and overcome mental health issues. Psychiatrists, on the other hand, are medical doctors who are authorised to prescribe medication as well as provide psychotherapy.

What are the DIFFERENT types of therapy?

There are many different types of psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavioural therapy, dialectical-behaviour therapy, acceptance & commitment therapy, client-centred therapy, process-oriented therapy, schema therapy, trauma-sensitive therapy and psychodynamic therapy.

How soon can I get an appointment?

Usually within 2-weeks. Some weeks can be busier than others, but I try not to overload my calendar so existing clients can find appointments.

Contact Me

Ask a question or book an appointment below.

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(+61) 0415 568 389

Outlook terrace, ferny grove QLD 4055

Opening Hours

Mon: 8:00am – 8:00pm

Tues: 8:00am – 8:00pm

Thurs: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Fri: 10:00am – 8:00pm

Sat: 8:00am – 3:00pm