The Brisbane Harmony Centre is a psychology clinic founded on our philosophy of integrated wellbeing.

In each of our interactions with clients, colleagues and the community at large, we work to enhance people’s overall wellbeing to the best of our ability.

Knowing your core values and living in harmony with them is foundational to your wellbeing.

At Brisbane Harmony Centre, we offer evidence-based practices to enhance wellbeing, and we support and encourage COVID-19 vaccinations and other COVID-safe practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

As your health and safety, and the safety of vulnerable members of our community are our number one priorities, all clinicians and staff are fully vaccinated and have agreed to maintain up-to-date vaccination status. In order to be consistent with our other Covid-safe work practices, and to manage the risk of COVID19 transmission at the Centre, we must collect information about potential clients’ vaccination status, and medical vulnerabilities, and this information will be used to assess infection risk and what options may be appropriate for treatment.

If you have any questions regarding attending our practice, please contact us for more details.

DBT Skills Groups

Our clinic members wholeheartedly and whole-mindedly value:

  • Empathy
  • Compassion
  • Respect
  • Justice
  • Equality
  • Integrity
  • Authenticity
DBT Skills Groups

The Brisbane Harmony Centre is a psychology clinic founded on our philosophy of integrated wellbeing.

In each of our interactions with clients, colleagues and the community at large, we work to enhance people’s overall wellbeing to the best of our ability.

Knowing your core values and living in harmony with them is foundational to your wellbeing.

At Brisbane Harmony Centre, we offer evidence-based practices to enhance wellbeing, and we support and encourage COVID-19 vaccinations and other COVID-safe practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

As your health and safety, and the safety of vulnerable members of our community are our number one priorities, all clinicians and staff are fully vaccinated and have agreed to maintain up-to-date vaccination status. In order to be consistent with our other Covid-safe work practices, and to manage the risk of COVID19 transmission at the Centre, we must collect information about potential clients’ vaccination status, and medical vulnerabilities, and this information will be used to assess infection risk and what options may be appropriate for treatment.

If you have any questions regarding attending our practice, please contact us for more details.

Our clinic members wholeheartedly and whole-mindedly value:

  • Empathy
  • Compassion
  • Respect
  • Justice
  • Equality
  • Integrity
  • Authenticity

We practice psychology with a focus on:

  • Safe, ethical practice
  • Evidence-based interventions
  • Sharing knowledge to improve wellbeing

We can help you to:

  • Improve your overall wellbeing
  • Balance your professional and personal life
  • Recover from trauma
  • Improve your relationships
  • Enjoy lasting and resilient mental health

Our psychologists make use of the following therapies:

  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy
  • Schema Therapy
  • Mindfulness Therapies
    • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
    • Compassion Focused Therapy
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Our approach is trauma informed, and we are working to be a centre of excellence in trauma focused therapy, peer support and training.

We understand that people come to treatment at different stages of recovery. We engage people at the stage of recovery they are in, and we work to be a helpful part of their pathway to greater wellbeing.

Please be aware that our waiting list is closed to new clients for 2022.

To access other supports, services and resources please visit mentalwellbeing.initiatives.qld.gov.au/support

Ongoing Self Care for the Pandemic in 2022

Dr Catherine Hynes defines some of the psychological challenges of adjusting to and living with the Covid-19 pandemic as it goes on into 2022. She provides 3 tips for self care and psychological wellbeing to keep yourself balanced as the pandemic evolves around us.


Self Care During the Global Pandemic

Clinical Psychologist Dr Catherine Hynes from Brisbane Harmony Centre presents practical strategies for self care and managing stress and anxiety during the current global pandemic.