Welcome

At Solutions for Life we work with you as part of your Team.  We seek to understand yours or your childs needs and help to find solutions that work best for you through the provision of therapeutic and assessment services, support, community connection, and up-to-date information.  We value our clients and see you as part of our family.

Our Team

Dr. Kerry Marsh
PhD. (Psychology) B.Psych (Hons)
MAPS MAAPi DGPP

Kerry graduated in 2000 from Griffith University. She spent many years working in Private Practice and Government sectors of the community whilst completing her PhD on Bullying in High Schools. In her 19 years of practice she has worked with children, families, adolescents, and adults.

Kerry has focused on providing:

  * effective therapy, support 

     and intervention    

  * psychological assessment

  * the development of group focussed strategies

     for children, adolescents and families.

 

Kerry works to support people with all types of issues that are impacting their lives including Anxiety, Panic Disorder, OCD, Social Anxiety, Phobias, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, anger, stress and worry, depression; grief and loss; support with parenting, and behavioural and emotional issues for children.

Michelle Christie
Receptionist

Jessie Bray

GDip.Psych, BSc (Psych) MAAPi

Jessie has completed her Graduate Diploma in Psychology through Monash University and her Undergraduate Degree in Psychology at Griffith University. In addition to seeing individual clients, she has a major role in coordinating and co-facilitating Groups.

Jessie takes pride in her work and displays attention to detail, allowing her to advance in all areas of work and has quickly become an important member of our Team.

 

Jessie has commenced her 2 Years of Internship as a Provisionally Registered Psychologist in 2019. She also holds a First Aid and CPR Certificate and Diploma in Justice of Administration 

Jessie is proficient in working with anxiety, depression, phobias, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, anger, stress, worry, grief and loss, supporting parents with behaviour strategies, and has a specific interest in attachment.

Hannah Blaine

Clinical Neuropsychologist, MAPS

Hannah studied a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Honours) at the Queensland University of Technology, and then went on to complete the Masters of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Melbourne. Hannah has always had a passion for working with children, from coaching junior hockey teams to working as a Nanny. She currently runs her own business Gecko Sports.

 

Hannah is a consulting Clinical Neuropsychologist who attends Solutions for Life once a month on request for specific neuropsychological assessments only.

Our Offerings

We focus on helping children/adolescents and their parents to find solutions that work for them. 

Our Mission

Our mission is to seek, develop and provide state of the art services for the best outcomes for our client families.   

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