Request an appointment
Temporary notice: Unfortunately due to high demand we are not presently accepting new clients. We're very sorry to do this, and will update this page as soon as we're available again.
You can request an appointment using the form to the right. Just let us know the day and time you would like to come in. We will get back to you within two business days to confirm the specific time.
Brenton sees clients five days a week, and works after hours most days. Jess is available Tuesday through Friday and can work outside those hours at need. Have a read of the psychologist's profiles if you're not sure whom you would prefer.
You can always get in touch with us to have an introductory chat if you still have questions.
Our service schedule
|Brenton||9:00am - 8:00pm||9:00am - 8:00pm||9:00am - 8:00pm||9:00am - 8:00pm||9:00am - 12:00pm|
|Jess||N/A||8:00am - 6:00pm||8:00am - 6:00pm||8:00am - 6:00pm||8:00am - 6:00pm|
Due to high demand, after-hours appointments (i.e. those that finish after 5:00pm) generally involve a slightly higher fee.
We are closed on weekends and public holidays except in emergencies (existing clients only).
Choosing your psychologist
Our psychologists are Brenton Harris and Jess Decker. Both are fully registered experienced psychologists. Both have extensive training in supporting people through a vast range of psychological, emotional, mental, physical, and social issues. And both have their own individual style. We recognise that the connection between you and your psychologist is one of the most important factors involved in whether or not counselling works for you, so read on to determine which psychologist you might *click* best with.
Brenton is a psychologist with a long history in the areas of severe mental health; family and relationship counselling; complex trauma, sexual abuse and sexual assault. After working in both government and non-profit organisations he moved on to be principal psychologist of his own generalist private practice. Brenton uses an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) directed approach, aiming to change your relationship with your difficulties and decrease the effect of them on your wellbeing.
Jess has been working in various psychological and supportive roles for over a decade, focusing on family, child and relationship counselling; child abuse; complex trauma, sexual abuse and sexual assault; psychological assessment; alcohol and other drug use; and general mental health services. Jess has a naturally down-to-earth and easy-going relationship style, and places high importance on developing therapeutic frameworks and strategies that suit your individual style.