How is ProMind Psychology different?
Karen Stevens – Principal Psychologist
Doing things differently
We like to shake things up a bit which is why we’re constantly on the lookout for the latest and best therapy methods. Meditation classes, retreats and classes aimed at helping you SYSO = Sort Your Sh*t Out! We’re ok being out of our comfort zone to help you learn about yourself if you are!
It’s not just talk
Sometimes you do need to talk it out. And we get that. But we’ve also got some practical tools to help you manage your mind we can practice together.
Although humour is one of our company values, we’re serious about helping you get your mojo back.
We actually care
Whether you’re here for support through a challenging time, or looking to discover your potential, we want you to feel comfortable every step of the journey. We do actually care.
Our Team Members
Principal Psychologist/ Founder
"Life is lived forward, and understood backwards"
Learn from the past, explore it, understand it, so you can learn more about yourself and break old patterns.
“Life is short”
It really reminds us to appreciate what we have, treasure people around us and to take risks to achieve your goals.
“Don’t believe everything you think!”
A reminder not to take the stories our minds tell us so seriously.
Dr Jane Cocks
“Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change.”
I love this Brené Brown quote. To me it is a reminder that getting real and vulnerable with ourselves is the beginning of our journey to positive change.
Provisional Psychologist - TeleHealth
“You are the sky. Everything else is just the weather”
I particularly enjoy helping clients to tap into their emotions, understand them, know when they’re serving us – and when they’re not.
Join Our Team
Psychologist / Clinical Psychologist
Interested in joining a fresh, progressive Psychology team? Look no further!
“Keep going, and only look back to remember how far you’ve come”
I think that it’s important to look at the challenges in life as lessons and to reflect on what they’ve taught us. They might be tough but they help us grow as individuals.