Samford Psychology will be closed from 18th December 2020 - 4th January 2021.
About Us –
Welcome to Samford Psychology
Samford Psychology is a client-centred Clinical Psychology practice providing people with high quality, effective and affordable therapy in a relaxed, comfortable environment.
All Samford Psychology practitioners come from a trauma-informed background.
Our Expertise –
Areas Where We Can Help
Stress & Anxiety
Grief & Loss
Family Member Conflict
OCD & Panic Attacks
Autism & ADHD
Job Loss or Change
Irregular Sleep Cycles
Gender Identity Issues
Zoning Out or Dissociation
Isolation & Loneliness
Our Psychologists: Our all-female team of warm, compassionate clinically trained psychologists have many years of experience. They draw from a range of therapy approaches, allowing clients the best possible chance of engagement and recovery.
Our Psychiatrist: Dr David Ward provides a broad range of expertise in the area of child and adolescent psychiatry, and believes in a holistic approach to working with clients.
There is no ‘one-size fits all’ approach at Samford Psychology – everything is tailored to suit the individual client.
Our Setting –
Samford Psychology is in a high-set Queenslander at the back of the Lifestyle Centre, 225A Mt Glorious Rd, Samford Valley.
Set back from the main part of the Lifestyle Centre and surrounded by paddocks with a range of animals including goats, donkeys and poultry, this wonderful setting provides a peaceful, private and therapeutic environment.
Sessions can occur within one of the four consulting rooms, in outside spaces on the practice grounds or closer to the animals in quiet places along the ‘farm walk’.
Further down into the Centre, clients and staff can wander through a garden setting, home to a nursery, gift-shop, café and other health-service providers such as yoga, massage therapy, and day spa.
This relaxing environment provides people with the opportunity to settle before and after therapy sessions by wandering amongst plants, sitting contemplating the dam and waterlilies, browsing the gift-shop or sharing a coffee with a support person or on their own.