Stress & Trauma Centre

The Stress & Trauma Centre is a newly designed clinic that balances the rigorous mental and emotional work of therapy with natural light and soothing decor, promoting a sense of calm and relaxation. Natural elements, timber and plant life, have been carefully arranged to promote stress reduction; while the soft lighting induces a sense of comfort and coziness. Even the chairs have been selected to induce a sense of protection and personal safety.

The Stress & Trauma Centre is run by a team of professional psychologists dedicated to and focused on providing expert psychological care to adults who wish to build a better life for themselves, free from inner-criticism, emotional turmoil, and relationship struggles. Therapy will be individualised to suit the needs of each person because we believe that there isn’t a “one size fits all” model of care. The Stress & Trauma Centre is here to stay, which means you can form an enduring relationship with your therapist so when you need help most, we are there for you.

Unfortunately, there is a relatively high probability (60-80%) that you will experience a potentially traumatic event in your life. Stress is an unavoidable fact of life. It may not be a natural disaster but rather a death, an accident, or chronic work related stress. It may have been trauma suffered during childhood, including physical, emotional, or sexual abuse.

Stress and trauma can lead to a variety of psychological, social, and occupational problems including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Anger
  • Insomnia
  • Alcoholism
  • Physical and emotional abuse
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Fortunately, there are well researched and evidence-based psychological treatments available and at the Stress & Trauma Centre we will ensure you are provided with a professional, confidential and effective form of treatment. If you or someone you love is struggling to cope with stress, anxiety, or other trauma related difficulties, please call and our kind and caring admin team will ensure a smooth and easy process for making an appointment.

 

Marsden Clinical Psychology provides expert psychological treatment for adults across a range of areas including, trauma and PTSD, anger management, relationship difficulties, dealing with stress, therapy for anxiety and therapy for depression. Each person centred treatment plan is tailored to focus on individual needs and aims to navigate each adult’s challenges and psychological difficulties to achieve independent goals.

 

 

 

Therapy for Depression

Depression is a very common mental illness that can affect anyone. It is characterised by feelings of sadness, emptiness, or hopelessness, that last longer than usual and may involve sleep difficulties, poor concentration, weight loss, fatigue, poor concentration, and feelings of worthlessness. (more…)

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Therapy for Anxiety

Anxiety can be debilitating when it overwhelms you. It is the sensation of fear, and at times panic, that can lead to physical symptoms such as a racing heart, tightness in the chest, excessive sweating, and feeling faint from hyperventilation. (more…)

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Dealing with stress

Stress is an unavoidable part of life that pervades work, study, and relationships. However, there are helpful ways of managing stress and there are unhelpful ways of managing that lead to further psychological problems. (more…)

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Relationship problems

Relationships are not always easy. Some people struggle more than others with building and maintaining healthy and balanced relationships with others. If this is you, it might be the result of other factors in your life that you are unaware of. (more…)

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Anger Management

Do you find you get angry over small and seemingly insignificant things? Is it difficult to control your anger and do you often take it out on others, particularly those close to you? Managing anger can be difficult, particularly when there are stressors in your life that contribute to the anger you feel. (more…)

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Trauma & PTSD

What is trauma? A traumatic event is something that threatens your life or safety, or the lives of the people around you. Many people experience traumatic events over the course of their lifetime; some estimates are as high as 8 in 10 people! Traumatic incidents range from childhood sexual and physical abuse, to motor vehicle accidents, physical assaults, rape, robberies, natural disasters, and critical incidents experienced in occupational settings, such as the Police, Fire Brigade, Paramedics, and other emergency service workers.

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Fees & Rebates

Your out-of-pocket costs will depend on whether you are able to claim a Medicare rebate or if you have private health insurance. The easiest way to find out about costs is to call us on 0411 542 624 and chat with someone about your current circumstances.

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