stress less,
be here.

stress less,
be here.

At here. we believe looking after your brain is just as important as looking after your body.

We all understand the importance of looking after our body, of exercising and eating well. But very few of us do things to look after our brain, to keep it strong and healthy too. That’s where we come in.

give your brain a tune-up.

In this fast paced, technology driven world, learning to slow down is imperative to our mental health and wellbeing.

When we become stressed, our brain tends to switch into its default mode of fixating on the past or worrying about the future, and it becomes difficult to find our way back to the present. Our skilled clinicians are experts in wellbeing of the brain. They help you let go and learn to be more present. When we slow down and become mindful, we unlock the key to living a more rich and meaningful life.

You can choose from three different appointment types:


A friendly online telehealth session.

We understand that sometimes it’s hard to be here, so this is a 50 minute telehealth session where you can chat to one of our delightful psychologists over skype.

Medicare rebates may be available if you have a valid mental health care plan.


A sit-down in the studio.

A 50 minute appointment with one of our psychologist in the studio. With a warming tea in your hands, in the privacy of our beautiful consult room.


Take a mindful stroll through green space.

A 50 minute outdoor session with one of our psychologists. Whether you’re chatting as you walk through the green space around our studio or you’re practicing mindfulness, this is a new type of appointment designed specifically to immerse yourself and your senses in a slower environment.

  • Sally Arthur

    Registered Psychologist

    Sally is a registered psychologist who works with clients across the lifespan. She takes a compassionate and non-judgemental approach to support clients and their overall wellbeing.

    Sally is passionate about tailoring sessions to the client, incorporating evidence-based theories and highlighting the importance of the therapeutic relationship in creating change. She has experience working with clients to manage stress, anxiety, life transitions and depression using a range of therapeutic approaches including CBT, ACT and mindfulness. Work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, rural communities and young people with mental health concerns has demonstrated to Sally the unrivalled power of inclusion and belonging in all settings.

    Sally recently learnt the art of pottery and is currently attempting to convert a van into a campervan in her spare time. She loves surfing, snowboarding, traveling and live music and is happy to talk about all these things at length. Sally is warm, open, and empathetic and enjoys working with clients utilising these traits to support overall wellbeing and change.

  • Cara Jones

    Clinical Psychologist

    Cara is a registered clinical psychologist with over 14 years of experience. She has worked extensively with adolescents and young adults in the private and public mental health settings.

    Cara employs a collaborative and holistic approach to working with clients and supports them to achieve therapeutic goals and improve their overall quality of life. She engages clients using a range of evidence-based approaches, including CBT, ACT and DBT. Cara is skilled and experienced in supporting clients to better manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, process grief and trauma, and navigate challenges related to sexuality and/ or gender identity. Supporting clients who identify as sexuality or gender diverse to experience good mental health outcomes and flourish in their lives, is a particular interest area for Cara.

    In her spare time, Cara enjoys spending time with her friends and family, drinking a strong coffee, spending time with her cheeky cavoodle (Stevie), and watching films.

  • Vicky Garling

    Registered Psychologist

    Vicky is committed to giving each person an experience in the therapeutic relationship to explore their internal space, know their personal capacity and enhance their wellbeing.

    Vicky values a genuine connection, and her approach is calm, curious and non-judgemental. Vicky acknowledges that each person is the expert in themselves and their life; and places their strengths and aspirations at the centre of the therapeutic process. Vicky's sessions lean into Emotionally Focused (EFT) and mindfulness therapies, as well as Acceptance & Commitment, Solution-focused and Cognitive Behavioural therapies. She is also a practitioner of the Circle of Security Intervention (attachment based relationship program). Vicky has extensive experience providing treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, life challenges, relationships - particularly parent-child, perinatal & postnatal, birth trauma, adjustment disorders and parenting. Vicky loves Yoga and feels most at home on her bike in the bush… or eating cheese.

  • Annie Johnstone

    Registered Psychologist

    Annie is a registered psychologist who works with people of all ages and stages of life. Annie's style of psychology has a predominantly ACT and mindfulness focus approach, whilst also drawing upon aspects of other therapies including DBT, CBT, Emotion-focused therapy (EFT), Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR).

    Annie gets to know clients as whole and complex people and brings in their interests, beliefs and personalities to find the best solutions for their goals. While that sounds like pretty intense stuff, Annie will help to bring lightness, fun and humour to the journey too. Annie’s areas of work include Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Self improvement, Cognitive performance, Relationships and Eating disorders.

    Annie is a Mum of two little girls and a fighting fish called Ponyo. She loves photography, singing, gaming, reality TV, traditional cooking and going to the footy with her family (Go Cats!). As well as counselling others, Annie has also sought her own counselling at times, and knows what it's like to be sitting in the other chair. She believes that most of the time moving forward means coming back to your home within yourself. She wants clients to know that they are the masters of their own life, and with a commitment to healing, a little cheerleading and some helpful signposts, they can get through anything!

  • Jasmin Turner

    Clinical Psychologist

    Jasmin has over 10 years of experience as a therapist across an extensive range of contexts. She brings warmth and authenticity to her relationship with clients and aims to connect on a human, genuine level.

    Her interest areas are psycho-spirituality, relationship issues, forgiveness, positive psychology, indecision, sexuality and gender identity, anxiety, communication and interpersonal relationships, self-compassion, health issues, and grief. She is adept in a range of modalities including CBT, ACT, MI, SFBT, and draws on aspects of DBT and transformational chairwork. She is most passionate about experiential work in session including chairwork, grounding, applied relaxation, self-soothing, sensory modulation, and inner-child work.

    Jasmin is happiest when doing Kundalini yoga and spending time in nature hiking, swimming, road tripping, or camping. She loves quality time with her friends and family especially over good quality food. Her Siberian Forest cat named Chai may make an appearance in session and makes for lovely (albeit at times aloof!) company.

  • Jacqueline Prance

    Registered Psychologist

    Jacqueline is a registered psychologist with 15 years experience and also has a Masters in Counselling. She applies a person-centred approach to support people and improve their overall well-being.

    Jacqueline is passionate in her work as a psychologist and helping others. She understands the importance of providing individuals with a genuine, non-judgemental, empathic and compassionate approach to enhance their overall well-being. She provides a safe space for individuals to explore, reflect, and build their strengths and skills to manage life’s challenges. Jacqueline has been working in mental health for 15 years providing evidence-based therapies for clientele with varied backgrounds and presenting issues including depression, anxiety, social anxiety, grief, trauma, psychosis, alcohol and other drugs. Combining her range of experience and ability she delivers therapeutic interventions including CBT, IPT, Person-Centred Therapy, ACT, SFBT, MBT, and DBT.

    On a personal note, Jacqueline is a mother of two, and more recently a grandmother. Life can be hectic catching up with family and friends, watching her son play football, babysitting her grandson and looking after her 2 dogs and 2 cats. But she wouldn’t have it any other way.

  • Daina Hyatt

    Registered Psychologist

    Daina is a registered psychologist with over 10 years experience. She works with a range of concerns including anxiety, depression, grief, relationship difficulties and stress.

    Daina is passionate about helping people to build resilience and find the balance of what really makes them fulfilled in life. Daina works predominantly with ACT, although brings in variety of different therapy models from her training to find the best approach for you (CBT, MI, SFT). She believes you are the expert in your own life and her goal is to help you find your strengths and your unique ways of managing the challenges.

    Actually, speaking of experts, Daina watched Queen’s Gambit once, and now calls herself a pro chess player. When she's not winning at chess, you can find Daina out on the netball court and touch footy field, or out on a long walk enjoying the beauty of our natural world. Daina is happiest when she's near a cheeseboard and having four different varieties in the fridge at all times is a must.

  • Clinton McCulloch

    Clinical Psychologist

    Clinton is a clinical psychologist with a masters in both clinical psychology and also research.

    He has a keen interest in the merging of eastern philosophy with western practices, having completed research on mindfulness, and nutrition and mental health. Clinton often utilises mindfulness-based therapies including ACT during his sessions. He is experienced in working with emotional difficulties such as anxiety, complex trauma, and depression, and is passionate about bringing a positive impact to the community through is work.

  • Lisa Plaza

    Registered Psychologist

    Lisa is a Registered Psychologist with over 12 years experience in adult mental health issues ranging from mild to complex.

    Lisa is warm, compassionate and interested. She works with a range of different evidence-based therapies including EMDR, ACT, DBT, CBT, Schema, motivational interviewing, brief solution focused and Narrative therapy. Lisa has experience providing treatment for OCD, PTSD, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, stress management, procrastination, perfectionism, self-esteem development and assertiveness training. She uses a humanist and person-centred approach to develop compassionate professional relationships, seeking to acknowledge strengths, resilience, values and to tailor treatment according to individual needs.

    Lisa has an interest in supporting health professionals, emergency workers, hospital staff and those that serve the community such as police, military and defence. She provides support for resilience in the workplace, preventative treatment and treatment for individuals recovering from trauma and PTSD.

    Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and friends and quiet time reading with her cats. You will often find her getting creative in the kitchen baking cakes, macarons and churros with her children.

  • Jo Doyle

    Registered Psychologist

    Jo is a registered psychologist who works in service of well-being for her adult clients, particularly for those who experience anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and PTSD.

    Jo has a passion for creating space for self-reflection in order for her clients to tap into their innate capability for healing and transformation. Her style is compassionate, non-judgemental, direct, and appropriately challenging. Jo takes a positive psychology approach with particular focus on mindfulness, emotion-focused therapy, the use of imagery, and cognitive behavioural therapy. She is also a practitioner of The Richards Trauma Process (TRTP). An Australian born revolutionary process for well-being that resolves anxiety, depression and PTSD safely and effectively in a few sessions so that people can engage fully in a rich, deserving life.

  • Liz Henman

    Registered Psychologist

    Liz is dedicated to creating collaborative therapeutic relationships, encouraging and teaching skills to help people build resilience and meaning in their lives.

    Her current therapeutic approach is based on ACT, utilising components of other therapeutic techniques to create an eclectic, individualised experience. She has a holistic, strengths-based philosophy of therapy that encompasses all aspects of people’s lives, including health and wellbeing. Liz has worked in a variety of settings with children, adolescents and adults with anxiety and mood disorders, as well as general life difficulties. She has been trained in CBT, MI, Interpersonal Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness and DBT. Liz also has experience with diagnostic assessments and screening.

    Liz tries her best to embody what she teaches. A good book on a rainy Sunday, paddle boarding or just soaking up the sun in the garden are some favourite activities. Exercise is top of the list too, but she also can't go past good, simple food, great company and a lovely glass of red to nourish the soul.


  • Rosey Robertson

    Registered Psychologist

    Rosey is a registered psychologist with over 10 years of experience working with individuals and couples.

    Rosey works with a wide range of issues and is passionate about helping people by engaging with a person-centred approach and working collaboratively to achieve their goals. She has an interest in adult mental health and relationship counselling. She has experience working therapeutically with clients with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, grief and loss, workplace issues, conflict, and relationship difficulties. She uses a range of evidence-based therapies including ACT, CBT and Gottman Method Couples Therapy.  

  • Indijah Bullman

    Registered Psychologist

    Indijah is a registered psychologist who is committed to supporting clients to enrich their relationship with their inner and outer world.

    Indijah adopts an integrated therapeutic approach, predominantly harnessing techniques from ACT, CBT, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, and Self Compassion Therapy. At the core of Indijah's practice is a drive towards synergising self-compassion with an awareness for helpful change processes. She has experience working with a diverse range of clients across the lifespan, however is most passionate about helping people to rebuild and reform their relationships (within themselves and/or with others). She is also well versed at helping people to move through experiences of depression, anxiety, and change processes- be it in the workplace, in relationships, or in other life domains.

    Indijah is a self-professed "nerd" and on the side of her clinical practice, also works as a research assistant and a sessional academic. She is firm on practicing what she preaches (wellbeing!) and to her, wellbeing looks like too many cups of coffee each day, taking her dog to the beach for sunrise and sunset, boogying to coastal folk music across the day, and connecting with friends over wine and boardgames.

  • Karen Oakley

    Clinical Neuropsychologist

    Karen is a Clinical Neuropsychologist who has worked extensively with children, adolescents, families and schools to conduct comprehensive assessments to inform diagnosis and intervention approaches. She tailors assessments to enable a thorough understanding of the individual.

    Karen is passionate about the development of strategies and interventions for the home, community and school settings to help young people with neurodevelopmental challenges reach their potential in what can be a challenging world. Her approach is based on the theories and evidence of neuropsychology, neuroscience, cognition, developmental psychology, diagnostics, psychometrics, functional behaviour analysis, emotion regulation, and cognitive behavioural therapy. Karen aspires to bring to her practice the warmth, nurturing, compassion, humility and humanity that was the essence of the late and wonderful Neurologist, Dr Oliver Sacks.

    Karen loves nothing more than curling up by the fire with her ridiculously fluffy black cat and pug dog. She enjoys long walks by the beach or in the country and finds swimming peaceful and relaxing.

things to know.


Standard psychology sessions are billed at $250 for a 50 minute appointment before any rebates are applied. Paediatric diagnostic fees vary based on the particular assessment being conducted.


Psychology sessions are often partially subsidised through the medicare system which can give you rebates on up to ten sessions per year. If you’d like to claim a rebate through medicare you’ll first need to see your GP for a letter of referral and a mental health care plan. Don’t forget to bring these along to your first appointment too.

Private health.

Some private health funds will also offer rebates for your sessions. The exact amount returned will depend on your fund and level of cover so it’s best to ask them directly for this information.

Showing up.

Please arrive to your scheduled appointment on time. If you are running more than 10 minutes late just give us a call on 02 5105 7310 or email There is a possibility your appointment may not go ahead as we do value the quality of our service and want to ensure the appropriate amount of time is allocated for your session.


Holler if you need to cancel your appointment, you must process a cancellation via email at at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled commencement time.

Cancellations within 24 hours of your appointment will be charged at the full appointment fee. Cancellations between 24 – 48 hours notice will be charged at 50% of the appointment fee.

Emergency Support.

Please note that we are not able to provide immediate crisis support. If you are concerned about your wellbeing, or the wellbeing of someone else, and require immediate support please contact:

Lifeline: 13 11 14
Beyondblue: 1300 22 4636
Access Mental Health (ACT Crisis): 1800 629 354 or 02 6205 1065.

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