This Life Psychology is a Clinical Psychology Private:

Well-Experienced Clinical Psychologists providing Evidenced-Based Treatment

This Life Psychology Clinical Psychology Services:

Well-Experienced Clinical Psychologists providing Evidenced-Based Treatment

Our Services:

Psychologists at This Life Psychology are skilled and trained in improving the well-being of people’s lives across a range of difficulties. We are experienced in working with clients from all age groups including children, adolescents and adults. We support families, couples or individuals to work through difficulties together

We Can Help With The Following Difficulties:

Mood Swings.

Poor Body Image & Eating Disorders

Generalised Anxiety.

Sleep Problems.

Chronic Health Problems.

Childhood disorders /difficulties.

Social Anxiety.

WorkPlace Stress.


Anger Problems.

Obsessions & Compulsions.

Bullying & Unfair Dismissal.



Panic Attacks & Agoraphobia.

Parenting Stress.

Family Violence.

Grief And Loss.

Relationship Difficulties

Traumatic Birth.



Low Self-Esteem.

Premature Birth.

Our Psychologists

Colleen Morris

Colleen Morris

Apr 20, 2018

Colleen Morris is a warm and caring clinical psychologist. Colleen is experienced in working with a wide range of mental health issues as well as helping to support people with every day challenges that may be getting in the way of living a peaceful and meaningful life.

Rodney Walsh

Rodney Walsh

Apr 20, 2018

Rodney combines a warm, compassionate and respectful treatment style, whilst understanding that each person is unique. Services are tailored to individual circumstances and specific challenges.

Stay in Touch With Us:

Sign up below for regular emails filled with information, advice and support for you or your loved ones.


1Do I need a referral to make an appointment?

No, You do not need a referral to make and attend an appointment with a psychologist. However, without a Medicare Mental Health Care Plan referral, you will be responsible for paying the full fee for each consultation, without receiving a Medicare rebate. The exception to this is where your assessment or treatment is being funded by a third party such as an insurance company, WorkSafe or TAC.

2What will happen during my first session?

The first session with a new psychologist comprises two phases. The first involves providing you with information regarding privacy and confidentiality, as well as information regarding treatment provision, psychologist availability and ensuring your informed consent.
The second phase involves a 'clinical assessment', gathering a history & background information, completing screening questionnaire/s in order to understand the nature and history of your concerns. The client and psychologist will then develop a plan and treatment (outcome) goals.

3How do I obtain a GP Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP)?

You need to make an ‘extended’ or 'double' appointment with your GP, who will discuss your circumstances with you and assess you for a MHCP. If you qualify, the GP will prepare a MHCP for you. You will get a copy of this plan and you need to bring this copy to your first session with your psychologist.

4How long does a session last?

A typical session involves the ‘therapeutic’, or ‘consultation’ hour. The length of this face to face component of the session is approximately 50+ minutes. The psychologist will use the remaining time after you have left to plan your treatment and complete your clinical record.