Psychology and Health



Improving mental health

Mental health covers many different areas including: Depression, anxiety, PTSD, social isolation, Substance use, sexual health concerns.

We offer focused psychological interventions aimed at resolving mental health concerns.

Managing opioid dependence?

opioid dependence is a serious chronic health condition that usually benefits from treatment. Selecting a treatment option is the initial step to rebuilding your life. We will assist you to chose your treatment option.

Multiple health conditions

One in 2 (50%) Australians are estimated to have at least 1 of 8 selected common chronic conditions. Nearly 1 in 4 (23%) Australians are estimated to have two or more of these conditions

We support you in adapting to, and where possible assisting you to resolve your health concerns.

Sex and sexuality matters

Sexuality was once considered a private matter and people were reluctant to seek out support. Sexuality is diverse and discussing your concerns is an important step in self-acceptance and an opportunity to obtain assistance.

We offer support for concerns related to HIV, gender identity, sexual functioning, and sexuality.

Lifestyle concerns

Finding tranquility in a time of chaos – Learning to balance the multitude of demands placed upon us is challenging.

We support you in the rebalancing to ensure your health is a high priority.

Life directions

During our life there will be times where we are lost, lack meaning and struggle to understand our purpose and direction.

We provide support in your journey to find meaning and purpose.


Mark Anns has extensive experience in the delivery and management of healthcare. Services offered include both general focused psychological interventions aimed at resolving mental health concerns and interventions to encourage healthy behaviours to maximise overall health outcomes.

Behaviours and pharmacology

The philosophy of this practice is that pharmacological interventions prescribed by medical practitioners and behavioural interventions work together to achieve health outcomes. If medication options are warranted a client will be referred back to a medical practitioner for appropriate assessment.

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