Toowong Practice

Office Hours: Monday to Friday
8am to 6pm

Closed public holidays

New Practice Address
Level 2, Suite 1
49 Sherwood Rd
Toowong Qld 4066

Phone: (07) 3870 8191

Appointments & Referrals

Talk with your GP to see if you are eligible for a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) for individual and/or group treatment.

If you prefer to claim via your Private Health fund, or are not seeking a rebate you do not need a referral to see a Clinical Psychologist. You will need a GP referral to see one of our Consultant Psychiatrists.

About Walters Green

The mission of the Walters Green Clinical Psychology Practice is to ensure community access to high quality mental health services, to promote wellness, and foster a supportive team environment for patients and clinicians. The provision of a quality service is a responsibility taken seriously and is evidenced by a commitment to ongoing training and professional development via workshop, seminar, and conference attendance. As a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), we seek to deliver our comprehensive service with excellence, compassion, competence, and integrity.

How can we help you

Individual therapy is a collaborative process between the Clinical Psychologist and the patient. Psychological therapy for individuals is a structured process that involves an assessment of the presenting problem, identification of causes of the problem, and application of treatment strategies to resolve the problem.


Problems can include, persistent or excessive anxiety, low mood, difficulties adjusting to change, high-stress levels, chronic anger or irritability, phobias, difficulty recovering from traumatic events, and relationship conflict.

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Group therapy is a structured Clinician-led process where particular problems shared by a group of people are understood, and strategies are applied. Groups at Walters Green Clinical Psychology are typically limited to six-eight participants.


Common problems that respond well to group treatment include social anxiety, depression, and panic attacks.

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Child Psychologists have a particular interest in assessing and treating psychological problems that arise in childhood. A thorough assessment usually involving the parents, teachers, and other key support people determines the nature of the problem with strategies applied to attempt to resolve the concern/s.


Problems can include, shyness and social anxiety, school refusal, oppositional behaviours, refusal to obey rules at home, obsessional behaviours, and attention problems.

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