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Broulee Psychology provides psychological support for children, adolescents and adults on the far south coast of NSW and beyond. 


Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment to assist our clients to improve their mental health and make the changes they need to make life more rewarding and fulfilling.


People from all walks of life see a psychologist for a wide range of issues.  Some of these include:


When life feels like it is becoming too difficult


When life is full of worry and anxiety

When feelings of panic are taking over

When support from someone else is needed

When a problem needs clarification and decisions need to be made

When problems seem to be taking over

When life feels out of control

When experiences from the past impact on today

When parenting becomes too much




Improving psychological health and well-being through individualised treatment


Working therapeutically with young people and their families using play and fun engagement


The use of animals to complement treatment approaches


Online psychological therapy sessions to deliver treatment outside of the clinic


Comprehensive assessment for children and adults diagnosing a range of conditions


For psychologists and other mental health professionals


Check out our resource page for tips and strategies to help you cope while you are awaiting an appointment. 


This includes bushfire and COVID19 resources as well.





At Broulee Psychology, we will help you work through life’s challenges using evidence-based psychological therapies. We tailor our services and approach to your individual needs, with an approach designed to reduce distress and improve psychological well-being and functioning.


We are experienced at working with a range of psychological difficulties including:

  • Anxiety, panic and stress

  • Depression & bipolar disorder

  • Anger management

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders (OCD)

  • Overcoming trauma and PTSD

  • Eating disorders and body image concerns

  • Insomnia & other sleeping difficulties

  • Health concerns including chronic pain, illness and fatigue

  • Drug & Alcohol difficulties

  • Grief & Loss

  • Questioning sexual and/or gender identity.

  • Existential concerns (such as life transitions, self-esteem, intimacy, loneliness)

  • Pre-natal, Post-natal, Pregnancy concerns and Parenting issues

  • Interpersonal & relationship issues

  • Stress and conflict

  • Sleep difficulties



Some of the evidence-based therapies we offer: 

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

  • Schema therapy

  • Acceptance and commitment therapy

  • Mindfulness-based CBT

  • Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR)

  • Online psychology sessions





Raising children and adolescents is tricky business!  Broulee Psychology is here to help.  Working with children and adolescents therapeutically is different to working with adults.  We value the importance of play in our work with children and adolescents.  The use of games and interactive activities make learning about emotions and behaviour more fun.


What do we treat?

  • Depression and associated emotional difficulties

  • Low self-esteem

  • Anxiety disorders, including phobias, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

  • Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Anger management problems

  • Behavioural problems

  • Learning difficulties and disorders (link to assessment page)

  • Separation anxiety

  • Eating disorders

  • Parenting and family relationships difficulties

  • Peer relationship difficulties and bullying

  • Exam stress and anxiety

  • Self-harm and suicidal ideation

When working with children and adolescent clients, we find that working with their parents is very important.  This is why the first session is with parents only in order to gather information about the young person.  From there an individualised plan is discussed.  This may mean working more directly with the young person or it may be more of a mixture of seeing the young person and the parent/s.  This is generally based on the young person’s age, maturity level, motivation and presenting issues.





Animal-assisted therapy (AAT) is a complementary treatment that can be used alongside other evidence-based therapies, such as CBT and schema therapy.  AAT is not used as a standalone treatment.  During AAT, animals are present in the therapy room. 


Some of the benefits of AAT include:

Help to improve motivation and engagement in therapy

Animals provide a sense of security and emotional support

Animals can promote relaxation

Animals can aid in focus and attention

Animals can support learning, self-confidence and self-esteem

Animals can offer humour and fun due to playful natures


People who are fearful or allergic to dogs are not a good candidate for this treatment method.

If you are interested in being involved in AAT during your treatment at Broulee Psychology, please have a chat about whether this treatment would be appropriate for you.  Not all clients will be recommended for this therapeutic approach.





Through the use of technology, online therapy sessions mean that you can connect with your psychology from your home


The world of healthcare is changing. With the rise of technology, psychological therapy is now available in the comfort of your home or if you are away travelling.

With the evolution of secure videoconferencing platforms, psychological therapy can now be conducted safely and securely on-line. Secure video conferencing works in similar ways to Facetime and Skype. 

Is online therapy effective?

Online psychological therapy has been shown to be effective in treating a range of mental health difficulties. 

Do I need any special equipment? 

A computer/laptop or mobile device with a camera or a mobile phone is all you need for online therapy.  




Broulee Psychology provides a range of psychometric assessment depending upon individual need. 

These include, but are not included to:

  • Assessment for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Cognitive Assessment (IQ Test)

  • Learning Difficulties

  • Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Functional Assessment (for NDIS review)


If you think your child or adolescent would benefit from an assessment due to behavioural or learning concerns, please call Broulee Psychology on 0490 210 034 or send us an email on info@brouleepsychology.com.au


We can discuss scheduling an initial consultation to discuss an individualised assessment plan with you.  The cost for assessments will be discussed at this time.

Please note that assessments are not covered under the Mental Health Care plan so Medicare rebates do not apply.





Broulee Psychology offers clinical supervision to psychologists and other allied health and caseworkers working in the mental health sector.

What is Clinical Supervision?

Clinical Supervision is important for maintaining a high quality of support for clients.  Like therapy, supervision is individualised based upon what clinicians need.  This may include the presentation of case studies or gaining more expertise in a particular therapeutic approach.  It can also just be helpful to have another professional as a sounding board, someone who is looking at a particular case from an outsider’s perspective.

Who Provides the Supervision?

Stacy Shepherd provides clinical supervision at Broulee Psychology.  Stacy is endorsed as an educational and developmental psychologist as well as a clinical psychologist.  She is also a board-approved supervisor and has experience in supervising case workers to fellow psychologists.  Stacy is registered to provide clinical supervision for 4+2 and 5+1 provisional psychologists as well as those psychologists seeking endorsement in educational and developmental psychology.

Clinical supervision can be face-to-face in the Broulee office or via Skype.  Supervision can be individual or group-based and can be organised with individuals or through an organisation.

If you are interested in finding out more about clinical supervision, give us a call today at Broulee Psychology.