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About

Level One Psychology is a private psychology practice offering support, education and assistance to individuals and couples. Our psychologists have a diverse set of skills in clinical and sport and exercise psychology. We work with a wide range of individuals from adults to children, to couples seeking relationship counselling and athletes seeking performance enhancement or stress management strategies.

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Services

Level One Psychology provides assistance to individuals and teams involved in sport, exercise and/or corporate settings who are seeking to enhance or restore performance and/or achieve higher levels of health and general wellbeing. Sport psychologists can assist in the following areas:
- Mental preparation
- Emotional management (nerves/anxiety, anger, disappointment)
- Concentration (focus, managing distractions)
- Self-confidence 
- Motivation
- Relaxation & stress management
- Communication (individual, team)
- Exercise adherence
- Overtraining & burnout
- Injury rehabilitation
- Transition (retirement, jnr to snr level, promotion)
- Sport-life and work-life balance
- Depression, anxiety and stress-related issues
- Weight management
- Disordered eating

Level One Psychology provides evidence-based, psychological therapy to assist clients of all ages, including children, adolescents and adults, work through a range of issues to improve well-being and balance. Individual therapy can address issues including, but not limited to:
- Depression
- Anxiety
- Trauma
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Pain management
- Bipolar Disorder
- Fears and Phobias
- Panic Disorder
- Drug & Alcohol related issues
- Addiction
- Stress management
- Bullying
- Disordered eating
- Adjustment Disorders
- Social Phobia
- Grief & Loss
- Anger management
- Adjustment to rehabilitation/injury
- Behavioural problems
- Self-esteem
- Social functioning
- Insight and awareness
- Relationship issues
- Work stress
- Communication issues