psychAbility

At psychAbility, our aim is to help people move towards greater psychological health to enable them to live a more satisfying life.  We believe in working collaboratively with people in a therapeutic relationship to bring about meaningful change.

At psychAbility, we use our knowledge and understanding of psychology and mental health to assess and treat a wide range of psychological issues, problems and mental health disorders. Benefits from seeing one of our psychologists may include:

  • Developing skills to communicate more effectively with your partner, children or family
  • Developing psychological tools to help you overcome the legacy of traumatic experience/s.
  • Learning about your depression or anxiety and finding strategies to help you manage the condition.
  • Unlock your strengths and identify your personal skills
  • Managing emotions, including anger, fear, resentment etc
  • Developing coping skills for stress
  • Developing coping skills to manage when you feel overwhelmed or when there are many things going on in your life
  • Managing unhelpful thoughts.
  • Improved sleep
  • Support whilst grieving
  • Improved relationships at home and/or at work
  • Develop skills to enhance resilience

psychAbility Pty Limited

127 March Street
PO Box 1296
Orange NSW 2800
Ph: 02 6369 1911
Fax: 02 6369 1922
Email: admin@psychability.com.au

Office Hours:
9am – 5pm Monday to Thursday
9am – 12 noon on Friday

JOANNA ELLIS, REGISTERED PSYCHOLOGIST & DIRECTOR

GAIL CARSON-BROWN, PRACTICE MANAGER

NICOLE SUDMALIS, PSYCHOLOGIST

RUTH BROWN, PSYCHOLOGIST

“Every person who walks through our door is unique and the details they bring to the treatment room are uniquely theirs. A psychologist is a facilitator, not “the expert” – progress is made when the client walks out the therapist’s door and applies the psychological strategies to their life – that’s when the change occurs.

Client’s have the courage to share some of their most private and innermost experiences with their treating psychologist and as such I believe working as a psychologist is a privilege. “ – Joanna Ellis, Director, Registered Psychologist