Women’s Psychological Health
Women experience developmental, physiological, and social challenges in their life that can affect their psychological health and well-being. Many women successfully navigate through these challenges, however, at times, assistance is needed to help manage through these difficult times.
At Women’s Psychological Health, individual therapy is provided in a confidential and supportive therapeutic environment.
Treatment can be accessed for a range of psychological issues:
- Anxiety disorders
- Grief and loss
- Trauma (incl birth trauma)
- Perinatal psychology
- Pregnancy support (including loss and termination)
- Fertility (including IVF and donor counselling)
- Domestic violence
- Eating Disorders
Charlene Halfhyde is a Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. Charlene is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Charlene was named joint recipient of the APS Women and Psychology Interest Group’s Elaine Dignan Award for her outstanding work, significant contribution and dedication in improving the lives of women.