Mental health services and support for people of all ages
Evergreen Psychology Services provides mental health treatment and support in school and home settings, as well as our clinic in the seaside location of Grange, South Australia. We understand the importance of mental health and psychological wellbeing, and are dedicated to supporting people of all ages to flourish. We welcome people from diverse backgrounds and seek to provide services that feel safe and supportive for everyone. We accept National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), mental health treatment plans (Medicare), and private referrals.
We are passionate about the work we do and strive to create a positive and enriching experience.
We offer three main services:
Psychology and Wellbeing
Training, Workshops, and Professional Development
Psychology and Wellbeing
We are here to help you by providing evidence-based psychological interventions and therapy tailored to your individual goals. We can provide support in the following areas of need:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and associated communication, social and emotional challenges
- Emotional and behavioural difficulties
- Increased stress and overwhelm – including managing school and work commitments
- School refusal
- Parenting education and support for challenging childhood behaviours
- Anxiety and panic
- Psychosis spectrum disorders
- Drug and alcohol problems
- Psychosocial disability
- Lack of meaning or purpose
- Loss of motivation or interest
- Feeling overwhelmed or stuck
- Managing change or life transitions
We bring warmth, authenticity and compassion to our work and we value the role of the therapeutic relationship in promoting growth. With your consent we can collaborate with other health professionals and supports as appropriate. Our approach is person-centred and draws on a range of theoretical models and evidence-based therapies, including:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
- Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
- Social skills training
- Motivational interviewing
- Positive psychology
- Psychosocial rehabilitation
We provide supervision for school psychologists, counsellors and other mental health professionals. Meetings can be online, in person, or in small groups. Please contact us to discuss your supervision needs further.
Training, workshops and Professional development
We deliver training to families, carers and staff who support school-aged children and young adults. Sessions can be tailored to meet the individual or staff needs. Please contact us to discuss your enquiry further.
Zoë is passionate about improving young people’s mental health. She has worked with school-aged children and young adults in the field of mental health for 20 years. In that time, she has provided individual and group therapy, and delivered programs to students, parents, carers and staff throughout metropolitan Adelaide. She worked as a school psychologist for 8 years in a large school (ELC-year 12), and also worked with children and young adults in private practice.
Zoë brings warmth, authenticity and compassion to her work. She endeavours to build positive, supportive and collaborative relationships with young people and their families, and tailors treatment to the participant’s developmental needs. Harnessing the therapeutic relationship, she supports individuals to make change and move toward their goals. Zoë can deliver services to children and young adults funded privately or with a mental health care plan, or under NDIS funding.
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Positive School Psychology
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Nick works with adolescents and adults experiencing complex and severe mental health presentations, as well as those struggling with depression, anxiety, and interpersonal difficulties. He has worked in the disabilities and mental health field for a number of years, in both private practice and community-based settings.
Nick brings authenticity, compassion, and warmth to the therapeutic relationship, while encouraging and supporting his clients to move in a positive direction toward recovery and personal growth. He uses a variety of therapeutic approaches, including cognitive behaviour therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, solution-focused therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, mindfulness, and psychosocial rehabilitation.
Nick can deliver services to adolescents and adults funded privately or with a mental health care plan, or under NDIS funding.
Nick is a psychologist registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is also registered to provide Medicare services. He is a member of the Australian Association of Psychologists Incorporated (AAPI) and the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science (ACBS).
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