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Evidence-based treatment delivered thoughtfully in the heart of the Northern Rivers

Two Minds Clinical Practice offers a calm, non-judgmental, and curious space. 

We believe that collaborative dialogue can lead to meaningful change. We work alongside you to make sense of anything you might be struggling with, generate new understandings, shift out of stuck patterns, and take steps towards living your most fulfilling life. 

Psychologists, occupational therapists, and social workers offer psychological assessment, evidence-based treatment, and consultation for a range of mental health concerns. 

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Our Team.

Two Minds Clinical Practice has worked hard to develop a highly skilled multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, and occupational therapists. Our clinicians bring decades of experience from a range of different sectors. Their work is supported by dedicated and caring operations and practice managers. All members of our team are united by their passion for good quality clinical care, and work closely with one another to ensure treatment is delivered thoughtfully. Learn more about our team here.

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We like to do things differently and are always trying to improve.

We would love to hear about your experience with us. Please let us know what you have liked and how we can do better using our feedback form.


Two Minds Clinical Practice wholeheartedly endorses the Uluru Statement from the Heart and supports the establishment of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.

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Did you know?

Mental illness is really very common. Experts say that one in five Australians aged 16-85 experience a mental illness in any given year. Anxiety and depression are the most common mental illnesses, but there are a range of other things to look out for too.

We all experience good and bad days. If the things you normally do to feel better don't seem to be working, it's important to know when you might benefit from professional support. 

Check out this checklist to see if you might be showing signs of anxiety or depression.

If you're over 18, this tool can also help assess for symptoms of a range of mental illnesses.

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