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Adaptive Minds Psychology

About Us

Adaptive Minds Psychology is a psychology practice based in Ormeau, halfway between the Gold Coast and Brisbane with easy access from the M1. The practice offers confidential psychological services for children, adolescents, adults, families, couples and groups.

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Unit 37/38 Burnside Road
ORMEAU 4208 QLD

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Alcoholics Anonymous

AA Helpline:    (07) 5591 2062 (9am-9pm, 7 days)

Having trouble with alcohol?
Does your drinking worry you?
Is it causing you to get into unpleasant or dangerous situations?
Are family members complaining about your drinking?

Only you can decide whether to give AA a try. In AA, we. . .

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Level 1 , 6 Lawson Street
SOUTHPORT 4215 QLD

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CRYO Performance

Cryoperformance owner Mark Sullivan is fuelled by a burning passion for helping those suffering from illness or injury achieve noticeable improvements in their recovery and overall health and wellbeing.

As a self-employed Exercise Physiologist with a background in musculoskeletal injuries and chronic conditions, Mark has a wealth of expe. . .

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Shop 12, 203 Robina Town Centre
ROBINA 4226 QLD

Wheelchair AccessNew Patients Accepted

GROW Support Group - Burleigh Heads

Grow is a community-based organisation that has helped thousands of Australians recover from mental illness through a unique program of mutual support and personal development. Grow was established in Sydney in 1957. The founders were drawn together by their first-hand experience of mental illness. The wisdom they gained in helping each oth. . .

  • Contact: Grow
  • Phone: 1800 558 268

GROW Support Group - Nerang

Grow is a community-based organisation that has helped thousands of Australians recover from mental illness through a unique program of mutual support and personal development. Grow was established in Sydney in 1957. The founders were drawn together by their first-hand experience of mental illness. The wisdom they gained in helping each oth. . .

GROW Support Group - Southport (Special Group)

Grow is a community-based organisation that has helped thousands of Australians recover from mental illness through a unique program of mutual support and personal development. Grow was established in Sydney in 1957. The founders were drawn together by their first-hand experience of mental illness. The wisdom they gained in helping each oth. . .

GROW Support Group - Tweed Heads

Grow is a community-based organisation that has helped thousands of Australians recover from mental illness through a unique program of mutual support and personal development. Grow was established in Sydney in 1957. The founders were drawn together by their first-hand experience of mental illness. The wisdom they gained in helping each oth. . .

Head to Health

Wherever you are on your mental health journey, Head to Health is here to help you find the information, resources, and services that most suit your needs. Whether you want to improve your overall sense of wellbeing, or you need help with something that is concerning you, or you are helping someone you care about—Head to Health can point you . . .

Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland (MIFQ)

About Us
The Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland has been committed to providing a personalised response to the needs of people living with mental illness since 1985.

We provide recovery-orientated support that promotes personal growth and the belief that recovery and meaningful outcomes are possi. . .

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Mobile Service

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MI Hub Palm Beach

Our group recovery programs are supportive and interactive so that people living with mental illness can connect with others, regain self confidence and learn new skills.

Each program aims to enhance a person’s ability to recover from mental illness and live the life of their choice in their community. A variety of education and we. . .