Find your path to a better life.
The support you need to live life to the fullest
Are you feeling overwhelmed and drained?
Do you overthink everything and find it hard to switch off?
Perhaps you’re feeling stuck and are questioning what happiness is or what you want to do with your life.
If this sounds like you, you’re not alone, and you don’t have to live your life feeling like this.
The Wellbeing Psychologist is here to support you find practical ways to improve your wellbeing so you can thrive and live the life you want to live!
Your Wellbeing is our focus
Lead by Dr Tarmala Caple, a psychologist with over 20 years of experience, we are a small collective of down-to-earth psychologists who are passionate about reducing the stigma associated with seeing a mental health professional.
Our practice has a nice calming vibe full of plants and ocean themes. You might even see us in our yoga gear.
We do more than just talk. We support you to find what works for you, integrating mind and body strategies. Seeing a psychologist involves building a collaborative and supportive relationship so you can move from the way things are in your life to the way you want them to be.
Our team of psychologists uses an individualised approach to suit your preferences, needs, and lifestyle.
Our motto is “Working together to find what works for you”.
Therapy aims to help you reduce psychological distress, increase your understanding and find solutions to your challenges so that you can get back to feeling okay.
Coaching is a proactive approach where you make choices about what you want, focus on what’s already working well, and find new ways to boost your wellbeing.
Workshops are a great way to learn more about a wellbeing topic and gain some practical take-home strategies in a friendly environment!
Upcoming Workshop: Yoga for Anxiety Relief starting the 28th of August, sign up to the waitlist now!
“It’s your reaction to adversity, not adversity itself that determines how your life’s story will develop.”
– Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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