Here at Endeavour Wellness, our psychologists offer a range of services to help you face whatever challenges life throws your way. Here are some of the problems we can help you with:

Anger Management

Anger is a common human emotion. It’s something we all feel from time to time—but what happens when you find it hard to express or deal with your anger?

If you’re experiencing problems with anger management, it can manifest in several ways. For some people, it means feeling excessive amounts of anger, impacting their ability to feel other emotions. For others, there might be problems with expressing anger, which can result in aggressive or destructive behaviour—towards themselves, other people, or objects.

Difficulty managing anger can profoundly impact your health and wellbeing, but help is out there. Our psychologists can help you learn how to recognise and cope with your anger, developing healthier strategies to express and manage your emotions.

Anxiety

Like anger, anxiety is a natural emotion we all feel. It evolved to protect us from threats in our environment, preparing our body to respond to imminent danger. This natural response to threat is why people who experience anxiety feel physical symptoms, such as a racing heart and changes to their appetite.

When we feel excessive amounts of anxiety (e.g. worrying all the time in the absence of danger), we may be experiencing an anxiety disorder. These are common mental health conditions that can be extremely debilitating and includes:

  • Generalised anxiety disorder
  • Phobias

  • Panic disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

  • Health anxiety
  • Social anxiety

If you’re experiencing anxiety, we have psychologists that can help you develop techniques to cope with and reduce the feelings of worry, tension, or dread.

Child Psychology

Children may need support from a psychologist for a variety of reasons. For example, they may have experienced a traumatic event, such as abuse, bullying, or the loss of a parent. Children can also experience the full spectrum of mental health conditions faced by adults, but the services they need must be adapted so they’re suitable and appropriate for the child’s age.

Our child psychology service does just that. We have specialist child psychologists on hand to help your child cope with whatever challenges they’re experiencing, from depression or anxiety to behavioural issues.

We take the time to get to know each child when we start working with them. Not only does this enable us to tailor our services to suit their precise needs, but it also helps them feel at home in our clinics, ready to work on sensitive issues with people they know they can trust.

Depression

Children may need support from a psychologist for a variety of reasons. For example, they may have experienced a traumatic event, such as abuse, bullying, or the loss of a parent. Children can also experience the full spectrum of mental health conditions faced by adults, but the services they need must be adapted so they’re suitable and appropriate for the child’s age.

Our child psychology service does just that. We have specialist child psychologists on hand to help your child cope with whatever challenges they’re experiencing, from depression or anxiety to behavioural issues.

We take the time to get to know each child when we start working with them. Not only does this enable us to tailor our services to suit their precise needs, but it also helps them feel at home in our clinics, ready to work on sensitive issues with people they know they can trust.

Family Psychology

Like anger, anxiety is a natural emotion we all feel. It evolved to protect us from threats in our environment, preparing our body to respond to imminent danger. This natural response to threat is why people who experience anxiety feel physical symptoms, such as a racing heart and changes to their appetite.

When we feel excessive amounts of anxiety (e.g. worrying all the time in the absence of danger), we may be experiencing an anxiety disorder. These are common mental health conditions that can be extremely debilitating and includes:

  • The breakdown of a relationship, with help needed to find their way through the divorce or separation process

  • Families struggling to adapt to the loss of a much-loved family member

  • Difficulties with communication within the family unit

  • Families experiencing long-term health challenges, particularly when children are involved

Marriage Counselling

Are you having problems in your marriage? Relationships can be hard work, and we’ve developed a range of services to help couples who want to learn how to prioritise their relationship and get back on the right track.

When it comes to resolving conflict in close relationships, support from a trained professional can be invaluable. We’re emotionally invested in our own relationships, making it challenging to take a step back and find common ground with our partners. Our marriage counselling service will help you figure out what you both need from the relationship, providing a safe space for you to explore the difficulties you’ve been experiencing together.

Our goal is to help you work together to resolve your problems, creating a stronger relationship that will enhance your lives for many years to come.

Sport Psychology

If you’re an athlete, you know that sports are as much of a mental game as physical. Mindset is everything and, if you don’t train your mind as well as you prepare your body, it’s likely to be the weakest link that lets you down when it matters.

Our specialist sports psychologists get to the heart of any problems with performance. They can work with you to improve your confidence, helping you channel any anxiety you have about your performance into getting results. We know you already have what it takes physically — working with one of our sports psychologists will help you build the tenacity and resilience needed to be an elite-level athlete in any sport.

Addictions

An addiction is a complex mental health condition that requires highly specialised treatment. Although people most commonly associate addiction with drugs or alcohol, it’s possible to become addicted to a wide range of substances or materials. Anything that triggers the reward circuits in our brain has the potential to lead to an addiction. Some examples our psychologists have worked on within our clinic include addictions to:

  • Gambling

  • Food

  • Sex or pornography

  • Shopping

  • The Internet or video games

But what’s the difference between a hobby and an addiction? If the behaviour affects your ability to work or spend time with your family, or you’re unable to function without it, it might be time to seek help. Our addiction service can help you safely overcome your addiction, understand what caused it, and develop techniques to help prevent relapses in the future.

Postnatal Depression

Are you struggling to cope after giving birth? You’re not alone. Postnatal depression is a common complication that impacts many mothers in the months following a child’s birth. The pressures placed on parents can make the experience of living with postnatal depression even more challenging. But it’s important to know there’s no shame in what you’re going through — it doesn’t reflect on your relationship with your new child at all.

One of the most important things for anyone experiencing postnatal depression is to seek help as soon as you realise there’s a problem. Left untreated, postnatal depression can quickly become severe and debilitating, but it is treatable. We have an experienced team of psychologists on hand to provide a supportive, compassionate environment for you to receive the care you need.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Typically, people experience post-traumatic stress disorder following a traumatic event. The symptoms may appear soon after the event, but they can also develop years later. Symptoms can include flashbacks and intrusive thoughts, anxiety, avoidance, and depression. These symptoms may be intense, making it difficult for those experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder to function. For example, you might have difficulty with work or relationships.

Our trained psychologists offer several trauma-focused therapies to help you overcome these symptoms and improve your quality of life.

Relationship Advice

At Endeavour Wellness, we don’t underestimate the power of relationships. We know healthy relationships can help us tackle many of life’s difficulties. But equally, when relationships aren’t working well, they can cause us stress or anxiety, dramatically reducing our quality of life.

Our psychologists offer a range of services for people who need support with their relationships. We can help you as an individual, developing the skills you need to navigate relationships confidently and assertively, communicating your needs and establishing healthy boundaries. Alternatively, we can work with you and your partner to help you improve your relationship and grow together.

Life Coaching

Do you find yourself wondering if there’s more to life than you’re currently experiencing? We hear you. If you’re feeling unfulfilled, we know it can be hard to know where to start.

Working with a life coach can help you untangle the many thoughts you have about your life and the direction you’re heading in. We can support you to figure out what’s working and what isn’t, learn how you’d like your life to be different, and create an action plan to help you achieve it. Importantly, our psychologists can equip you with the mindset you need to succeed.

Providing gentle accountability every step along the way; this is your opportunity to stop wondering and start creating a life you don’t need to escape from.