Umbrella Psychology

Specialist psychology clinic for children and young people.

Umbrella Psychology

Helping children, adolescents and young adults engage fully in life

Umbrella Psychology

Adelaide-based clinical psychology practice

Umbrella Psychology

Focused on seeing people from ages 2-25 years

Umbrella Psychology

Specialist psychology clinic for children and young people.

Adelaide-based clinical psychology practice for children, adolescents and young adults

Umbrella Psychology is an Adelaide-based clinical psychology practice that is home to psychologists who have chosen to exclusively work with children, teenagers, young people and their families. Neuroscience research tells us that the brain does not fully develop until the age of 25. Up until then, children, adolescents and young people face a range of challenges. They are learning and do many things for the first time. Their lives are strongly influenced by family, the education system and their peers. We believe that when facing challenges, children, teenagers and young adults need someone with knowledge and understanding of the factors unique to being a young person. That is why we created Umbrella Psychology.

How we can help

Sometimes mental health can impact on development. When children and young people are feeling that they are able to effectively manage their emotions, they are free to engage in study or work and the activities and interests they want to pursue. They are able to develop meaningful and fulfilling relationships with friends and family. We are here to facilitate this process.

Our psychologists

Our psychologists have focused their practice exclusively on seeing people from ages 2-25 years. They have extensive experience in a variety of roles in both the public sector and private practice. We are able to provide alternatives for those with a preference for a male or female psychologist. Learn more about our psychologists here.

What we do At Umbrella Psychology

At Umbrella Psychology we work with young people across the age range of 2-25 years to help them engage fully in life, develop fulfilling relationships and achieve their potential. We integrate the best science and evidence-based practice including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with our knowledge of young people and their development.

Our services

The clinical psychologists at Umbrella Psychology provide assessment, counseling and therapy for children, teenagers adolescents and young adults up to the age of 25 and their families.

We see children, adolescents and young people for the following concerns:

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Deliberate self-harm and suicidal thoughts/ideation
  • Adjustment difficulties
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Trauma
  • School refusal
  • Carer and sibling issues
  • Friendship and social issues
  • Relationship problems
  • Bullying
  • Self-esteem and identity issues
  • LGBTI issues
  • Problematic drug and alcohol use
  • Sleep
  • Parenting support
  • Grief and Loss
  • Developmental concerns
  • School-based issues
  • Study & Organisational skills
  • Chronic illness
  • Pain
  • Family issues
  • Learning and attention problems
  • Behaviour
  • Anger
  • Psychosis
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

About our practice

Because we only see young people, our environment is set up with them in mind.  It is a relaxed place to be, with comfortable spaces and stuff for kids.

We also have a fully equipped playroom for developmental assessments and play-based interventions with children.

We are centrally located for Adelaide, a short 1-minute drive from city and close to public transport.

Umbrella Psychology in Adelaide

Call us now on: (08) 8354 2229 or send us this form

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Located at 72 Henley Beach Road, Mile End SA 5031

72 Henley Beach Road, Mile End SA 5031


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