Stirling Psychology offers compassionate, supportive, evidence-based treatments for women of all ages facing women’s health and wellbeing issues. Our nurturing practice is a place to retreat and be truly cared for by our professional and qualified team. Our team guide women through difficult transitions at every stage in their lives, from young adulthood through to post-menopause.
We are committed to an integrative approach to women’s mental health and wellbeing. We understand that women exist in a biological, psychological, social, and cultural context. It is important to understand the many hats you wear- your role as a mother, a friend, a partner in intimate relationships, as a colleague or leader. We adopt an integrative, individualised approach that considers the many aspects of your life and the variety of strategies and approaches that may be of benefit.
Women come to Stirling Psychology for many different reasons. You may be struggling to cope, feel alone and unsupported, be experiencing depression or anxiety. You may feel overwhelming pressure to “do it all” and be struggling to find the “balance”. You may not feel fulfilled and be considering a change of career. You may find that your health is suffering or be struggling to get motivated to implement change in your life. You may be thinking about difficult past experiences or wanting to talk to someone about trauma for the first time.
At Stirling Psychology we support our Mornington Psychologists to work within their chosen areas of interest to enable them to stay up to date with the latest research and treatment approaches. We believe operating in this way best supports their self-care and professional development, as well as providing the best outcomes for our clients.
All of our psychologists work with women in different areas of speciality. Lorraine has a particular interest in women’s health and mental health and supporting women who have experienced trauma or chronic pain. Sarah is particularly interested in working with women experiencing depression or anxiety, and supporting women who are experiencing grief or trauma, as well as empowering women who are struggling with self-confidence. Katie has a particular interest in relationships and supporting women in pregnancy and after birth.
We believe everyone has the capacity for change and therefore, provide an open, supportive environment that nurtures growth.
9:00 – 18:00 (Mon – Fri)
23/1140 Nepean Highway Mornington 3931