Child Psychologist Logan

If you are looking for a Child Psychologist in the Logan area, check out our website and find out how Dr Rose Gillett, Shokria SiddiquiCassandra Gist, Susanne Gilmour and Dr Jan Philamon can help you and your child with a range of common issues, including:

  • trauma
  • fussy eating
  • bullying
  • sleep disturbance
  • self-harm
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • grief and loss.

Or, call 3067 9129 for an appointment with a child psychologist in Logan.

My child seems to hate school

Children may refuse to go to school for a number of reasons. Often, these are children who:

  • Have problems with authority or following rules
  • Are being bullied or having difficulties getting along with their peers
  • Are experiencing some form of anxiety, such as separation from caregivers, or doing a performance in class
  • Are having academic problems such as learning difficulties

By avoiding school, not only are they likely to fall behind with their work, it will also increase their anxiety. If you would like to speak to a psychologist about your child’s school refusal, call 1800 877 924 for an appointment.

Christian Child Psychologists in Brisbane

Not sure where to find Christian Child Psychologists in Brisbane?

We can help! On our website you will find a number of Christian Psychologists practising in Brisbane – including Joey Tai – who provides psychology services for children including assessment, diagnosis and counselling.

How to find help for Anorexia and Bulimia – Brisbane

Find out more about Counselling for Anorexia and Bulimia in Brisbane.

Our Psychologists provide expert help for children, teenagers and adults.

No Waiting, Open 7 Days. Freecall 1800 877 924.

Struggling with your relationship after a baby?

Many couples struggle with their relationship after having a baby.  Visit our website to learn more about how Brisbane Clinical Psychologist Joey Tai can help.

Staying Together for the Sake of the Children?

separationAre you and your partner staying together for the sake of the children?

But is this actually the best for your family?

Come and have a chat to one of our child and family psychologists to help you make the best choices for yourself and your family.

Freecall 1800 877 924 to make an appointment today!

Dealing with your child’s diagnosis of Autism

How do I deal with my child’s diagnosis?

Receiving news that your child has autism can be very difficult. You may experience a variety of emotional reactions including… relief, shock, grief, anger, sadness, denial. Stress, confusion and anxiety are also common.

Part of moving forward is dealing with your own needs and emotions – Remember that you need to first take care of yourself, in order to take the best possible care for your child!

Raising a child with autism places extraordinary demands on the parents as well as the family as a whole. Although research indicates that the majority of children who have a sibling with Autism cope well with their experiences, it doesn’t mean that they don’t encounter challenges in learning how to socialise and interact with them.  For example, they may be discouraged from attempting to play with a sibling who may not seem interested, embarrassed by unwanted attention at family outings, or angry if they feel that different expectations are placed upon them.  As such, family members may also need support of their own.

What are some tips for families affected by Autism?

  • Be informed, and take advantage of the services available to you in your community
  • Don’t ignore your feelings – you may have conflicting emotions and those emotions are to be expected – it is okay. If you find yourself having a difficult time, seek out your own support, whether it be a close friend, family member, or health professional.
  • Spend time with your other children – although time spent with the whole family is great and strengthens your bond, having a child with Autism may mean that they are given more attention. Try to remember that they all need to feel important and have alone time with Mum and Dad.
  • It is not helpful to be upset or angry for extended periods of time – when you find yourself arguing with another family member over an Autism-related issue, try to remember that this is painful for the both of you. Rather than directing your anger towards your loved ones, try directing it towards the disorder instead.

If you would like some support, please feel free to book an appointment with one of our qualified child psychologists.


Low self-esteem

If your child tends to put him or herself down, and has difficulty speaking up for themselves, a psychologist can help your child make changes to develop good self esteem, and start valuing themselves. Freecall 1800 877 924 to make an appointment with one of our qualified child psychologists.

Child Counselling Separation

All of our child psychologists have expertise in helping families who are going through separation and divorce.  To find out more read through our articles on family and parenting issues.


Supporting Kids through Separation or Divorce

Brisbane Psychology and Eating Disorders Help

We have a number of Therapists at our Brisbane Psychology Clinic, with expertise in Counselling and Recovery from Eating Disorders such as Anorexia and Bulimia.  

Get the help you need – Medicare and Health Rebates may apply.  Ask Today!  Freecall 1800 877 924.