In any given moment we have two options: to step forward into growth, or back into safety.
Towards wellbeing with Shoalhaven Psychology Services
Creating mobility for stability
Shoalhaven Psychology Services is a leading private practice of psychologists serving the Shoalhaven and Illawarra.
Our team of psychologists work with people and schools across Nowra and the greater Shoalhaven and Illawarra regions to provide counselling and help people resolve issues they feel are getting in the way of reaching their potential. At Shoalhaven Psychology Services we believe in whole well-being and addressing all aspects of the self internally and externally to attain capacity for processing and adapting in life.
Seeking help does not mean you have ‘failed’, you cannot cope, or there is something ‘wrong’ with you. In the process of therapy, we are learning about the different layers of our consciousness and experience, in physiological, biological, mental and social contexts.
We will support your courage in finding new ways to grow and experience transformational change. Whether you come to us as a private client, with a referral from your GP, as an NDIS or iCare client, or through your insurance or employer, our team is highly motivated and give you more than 100% every time.
As part of our commitment to providing the highest quality care that is evidence based we are excited to bring to you our online learning modules.
These modules are designed to give you a head start in therapy and provide you with consistent best practice care so you can enjoy being you.
ONLINE PROGRAM FOR YOU
Concrete Steps is our way of helping therapy be more affordable for our community. In this program you will cover learning you would normally do with your psychologist in one-to-one sessions.
If you are committed to this process, have been thinking of trying it, or cannot see your psychologist as often as you and your psychologist would like, Concrete Steps ensures your investment in you is valued.
Our unique way of delivering quality care with up to date research, means we can support your journey without interruption from the very beginning.
Often as a therapist, your work life and personal life collide with similar themes. For me, the spotlight recently shone on all things parenting and baby related.
Endometriosis: A condition where tissue similar to the lining of the endometrium, which normally lines the uterus, is found in abnormal sites around the body (though most often found in the pelvis).
These are the words we all associate with our diggers. But what about fear, trauma and growth? Anyone who has gone to war or war-torn places also speaks of these.
I'm exhausted from trying to be stronger than I feel
Meet our team
We See You
Commonly known as the “queen of common sense”, Maggie Dent is well respected and loved as one of Australia’s favourite parenting authors and educators. We reached out to Maggie as part of our #celebratingyoungpeople campaign, she responded immediately with ‘yes’ and made a video of her message for young people.
We asked Maggie: What do you love about being around young people? What is a message you would like to share with young people?
Maggie’s answers are truly moving and honest. Our hope is all young people will feel the love and value they bring to our lives and communities. As Maggie says “figure out who you are and give that to the world, and start as soon as you can”.
We provide exceptional care and respect, creating a culture of warmth where everyone is welcome and feels safe. Our psychologists work hard in their own lives to maintain balance, so they can give you the deep commitment required to build a trusting therapeutic relationship.
You can expect your therapist to be present, connecting with transparency, dignity and respect.