Heart in Mind recognises the complex needs of the whole person: physical, emotional, intellectual, relational, and spiritual. If you experience difficulty in any of those areas of life please contact Heart in Mind and one of our qualified psychologists will guide and support you as you address change.
Our goal is to help people find wholeness in their lives, maximize their potential, and eliminate barriers to personal growth.
Confidentiality is crucial in therapy. We will make every effort to ensure that your details, story and therapy progress will not be shared with others who are not involved in the team of people who will be caring for you. Read More
We value the development of trust in therapy. We will endeavour to provide the safety and trusting therapeutic relationship you need to disclose your story.
From the first point of contact with Kylie or Sue to walking through the door at Heart in Mind, we endeavour to provide a warm and friendly environment where you can feel welcomed, relaxed and ready to face change.
We share the Judeo-Christian tradition of appreciating the identity and intrinsic value of each person. If you value this area of your life, you are welcome to bring it up with your therapist. If it is not important to you, then it will not be raised.
Every person has their own unique story. We will spend time with you, hearing your story and working with your individual needs and goals. We do not provide a ‘cookie cutter’ version of therapy.
Your time with the therapist will go through two phases: assessment and management.
The assessment phase may take a number of interviews, depending on the complexity of your situation.Generally a therapist will have made a lot of headway by 3 sessions.
The management phase may take a lot longer. The length of this phase is determined by the complexity and the chronicity of the condition or conditions that are being treated.
Life can be very tough. You will find compassion, warmth and support as you share your challenges with the psychologist.
MEET THE TEAM
Dr Jonathan Andrews
Jonathan is a Clinical Psychologist who works with adults helping them to overcome depression and anxiety.
If you do not keep your Heart in Mind, you will remain unaware of whether your psychological needs are getting met. That being the case, you may not be nourished and because you are not nourished, you will not prosper.