We help improve the wellbeing of our clients and their families by providing evidence-based treatments based on individual need. We believe in respectful, collaborative relationships and we are enthusiastic about servicing the community. Client of all ages are welcome.
Do you want to improve your life? We provide assistance for people of all ages who may be experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, difficulty with life transitions, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
We help with emotional regulation, anger management, parenting, behaviour management and activation, workplace wellbeing, and stress management.
Neurotypical and neurodiverse people of all ages are welcome. Our support helps children and adults cope and flourish, and if needed, move closer to living in accordance with their values.
Generally, we learn emotional and other life skills through instruction, modelling, and experience but sometimes life throws curve balls that are outside our range. It’s in those times that people sometimes need solace or guidance.
We conduct educational, cognitive, social and behavioural assessments to identify strengths and weaknesses and we work with schools and parents to ensure well-rounded care. We help assess and change current stances that aren’t working and we use a collaborative and proactive solution-focused stance to work through child conduct and behaviour difficulties.
We can assist you at work. We counsel individuals who are experiencing workplace difficulties – bullying, ongoing work overload and chronic stress.
Dr Aimee Maxwell works in partnership with the Australian Catholic University and conducts international, annual wellbeing assessments of school principals. She is available for similar assessments in other workforces.
We help older clients who are experiencing psychological distress. Guiding people to use the skills they’ve built throughout their lifetimes can aid to smooth difficult transitions.
Some physical or mental issues are permanent and so finding pathways to healthy coping strategies helps people come to terms with their situation and find a measure of peace and acceptance.
We can visit clients outside of the clinic (at kinder, school, home, work or at care facilities) and bulk-billing is available for these sessions where eligible.
Clinic address: 1036 Doncaster Rd, Doncaster East
Out of office services
Home and school visits may be eligible for a Medicare rebate if there is a medical condition present that makes travelling to a clinic difficult.
Workplaces, schools & community centres – professional development and targeted assistance in situ.
Go ahead – call today 0456 033 200
We have rooms in North-East Melbourne and we also provide telehealth or remote psychology – telephone and online video-conferencing psychology services.
Contact us for a free 10 minute consultation to see if we’re a good fit for each other.
Call/text 0456 033 200
Caring, affordable, excellent therapy for all ages. Specialising in Autism (ASD), parenting, workplace issues, grief. Get help now.
To uphold a commitment to helping all people enjoy good mental health.
To provide a respectful, caring and committed service to clients’ that respects age, personal or cultural beliefs and heritage, ethnicity, gender and sexual identity.
To provide psychological services that are evidence-based and up-to-date.
To maintain feedback-informed treatment.
To uphold the professional code of conduct.
To adhere to the ethical framework given by the Australian Psychological Society.
Dr Aimee Maxwell is the principal psychologist at Zenith Psychology, you can find out more about her on her personal website.