Telehealth appointments available during COVID-19

Important Announcement In line with Government recommendations for social distancing and for the welfare of our clients, our psychologists and the broader community, we provide Telehealth appointments via video or telephone. Telehealth appointments will be bulk billed during the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning no out-of-pocket expense to clients. During these times of uncertainty, you can be […]

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month – October

by Dr Bronwyn Leigh In acknowledgment of Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month in October, we are launching our Bearing the Unbearable Campaign. Parents do not expect their baby to die. At a time when there is meant to be so much joy, everything goes horribly wrong. Perinatal loss, whether through failed IVF cycles, miscarriage, genetic […]

Forever, and No Time At All

by Nat Bartsch I have always been the kind of musician who wants to soothe troubled hearts and minds with the music they make. For me, at least, I think this aspiration comes directly from my own experience of depression and anxiety throughout my life. Life can be filled with so much pain and heartache—and […]

Reflections on our inaugural Australasian Birth Trauma Conference

by Dr Bronwyn Leigh As the Director of the Centre for Perinatal Psychology, it was a pleasure to open our inaugural Australasian Birth Trauma Conference standing alongside Amy Dawes, Executive Director of our co-host organisation, the Australasian Birth Trauma Association. Amy and I worked diligently, curating a program to unite multidisciplinary professionals in integrated, collaborative […]