NLC Psychology provides evidence-based treatment for a range of common psychological difficulties, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and psychological adjustment to stressful events (e.g., trauma, grief).
Our psychologists are trained in a variety of treatment approaches, including traditional Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Schema Therapy.
Do you have difficulty falling asleep? Are you unable to return to sleep after waking during the night? Is it really hard for you to wake up in time for work or school? Do you often feel tired, irritable, or lack concentration during the day? Psychological treatments for insomnia and other sleep disorders focus on making practical changes to your sleep habits or schedules to improve your overall sleep quality and/or timing. For more information, please visit the "Sleep Disorders" page.
HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
Are you trying to improve your fitness, change your eating patterns, or break other unhelpful "habits" to try to improve your overall health? If you're struggling with motivation to make these changes, you're not alone. Our psychologists are trained in Motivational Interviewing and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, which can both be used to help you to identify what's really important to you in order to live the life you want.
PSYCHOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN AND OTHER CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS
Psychological factors play a considerable role in the effect of chronic pain on daily activities and overall quality of life, and psychological treatment can help to change unhelpful cycles of behaviour that may be contributing to this discomfort. With a strong collaborative relationship with the team of physiotherapists at Move for Better Health, our psychologists are ideally placed to work collaboratively to help individuals experiencing chronic pain to continue to live full and active lives and do what's important to them.
As well as providing services for adults, our psychologists also have experience working with children and teens experiencing anxiety and depression.