Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychology

Psychologists study individuals and groups to better understand how individuals, families, and people function and devise ways to empower them and help them thrive. They do this through their understanding of mental functions that drive behaviour. They must have a minimum of six years of university training, engage in ongoing education, and adhere to strict ethical standards.

Psychologists provide assessment and therapeutic services across different age groups. Psychologists in Family Nurture provide psychological assessment and therapeutic services for different age groups with more focus on children, adolescents, young people, and their families. Our psychologists have considerable experience in assessment and therapeutic interventions in a broad range of mental health conditions, including Mood Disorders, Depression, Anxiety disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Psychosis, PTSD, Neurodevelopmental disorders, including ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders and behavioural concerns in children and adolescents.