Welcome to Think Psychology Solutions

Think Psychology Solutions

On behalf of all the staff at Think Psychology we’d like to wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Think will close for the Christmas break at lunchtime on Friday December 23rd and re-open in the New Year on Thursday January 5th, 2017. While some of our Psychologists will also be taking leave in January we will still have Psychologists available for new referrals in this period.

If in need of Crisis support during the shut down period (or at any other time) clients can call the Mental Health Crisis and Assessment Team on 1800 629 354 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

If you wish to leave a message for anyone at Think please call the practice and leave a message or use the Contact Us page. We will endeavour to answer the messages as soon as practically possible when we re-open.

A tradition at Think (and in many workplaces across Australia!) is the Melbourne Cup lunch. Once again we headed out to our local cafe and had a lovely afternoon in our sharpest ties and fanciest fascinators including watching the great race. As has become traditional Daniel won a prize in the Fashions on the Field and as seems to also be becoming traditional Vanessa won the Sweep!


Think’s beloved Receptionist and pseudo Practice Manager Sharon has finally, after we hung on to her as long as we could, retired. Think staff had a lovely dinner this week to congratulate Sharon on her retirement and sent her off in fine fashion.

Clients and visitors to Think will now be welcomed and supported by Sarah. Sarah actually started about 6 months ago, joining us from Ochre Health Garran and most of her career at Plaza Medical Centre in Woden. She will be ably supported by Teresa and between them they will make reception their own and help our clients and visitors to feel as welcome as Sharon did. We’re also hoping we can lure Sharon back for little stints at the front desk when Sarah or Teresa are on leave.

We were always threatening Sharon we’d put a photo of her on our website here she is after her retirement dinner:


Are you a parent or carer of a young person currently receiving support from a mental health professional? The University of Canberra is currently conducting research into how young people’s mental health impacts on parents and carers, and they’d love to hear from you.
Click on the link below to participate in their survey!

Uni of Canberra Survey

Things might be a bit quiet at Think this week with many members of the team heading to WCBCT – the 8th World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies in Melbourne. The Congress will include many of the leaders in clinical psychology treatment from around the world and many of the Think team will be hearing about the latest therapy techniques and interventions from leading edge researchers and practitioners.

Psychologist Rachel Sly is joining Think Psychology Solutions in March 2016 following completion of her clinical psychology masters at the University of Canberra. Rachel completed her Masters part time while working full time at Department of Defence where she works in management, so she brings a range of life and work experiences to her work at Think.

Rachel has a particular interest in working with children and parents, an extension of her past individual and group based experience. Rachel will continue working part-time for Defence, whilst working with Think. We welcome the addition of Rachel to our fabulous Think team and you can read more about Rachel’s background and skills on our About Us page.

We are delighted to announce that Psychologist Sarah Gosper will be joining Think in mid-February. Sarah has particular interest in working with adolescents, their parents and young adults. She has worked at headspace Canberra (the government funded Youth and Young Adult Mental Health Centre) and from February onwards will split her time between Think and headspace. We welcome the addition of Sarah to our skilful Think team. You can read more about Sarah on our About page.