To book in to any of these groups please click this link firstname.lastname@example.org, you will be contacted to arrange payment in the week commencing 4th December.
Our director Dr Peta Lilley, on a panel of experts, has provided some interesting insights into healthy levels of social media use. Please check out the article below. Plug In, Tune Out: How Much Social Media Is Too Much?
Dr Peta Lilley will be presenting at Kenmore State High School this Wednesday 8th November at 6:30pm to 8pm. Peta will be discussing and taking part in a question and answer panel on the topic of Supporting young people to transition to high school and Managing Anxiety. Parents and the Kenmore SHS community are welcome […]
We are very excited to announce that Lilley Place psychologist Lee Cubis will be holding an information session, ‘Parenting Teenagers with Anxiety’, on Friday November 17th 6-7pm. In this small group setting, Lee will discuss tools to help parents work with their teens in better understanding and managing their anxiety. This information may be particularly […]
Wednesday 13th September – 7:00pm Indooroopilly C&K – 376 Moggill Rd, Indooroopilly QLD 4068 Lee is a registered Psychologist with experience in a variety of settings including hospitals, schools, community mental health and disability support services. Lee has particular interest and is highly trained in anxiety management and emotion regulation for young children. This presentation is […]
There are a few spots remaining in our upcoming Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Group commencing Sunday 8th October 2017. The group will consist of 8 x 2 hour small group sessions (up to 10 people) delivered by a skilled clinical psychologist. The sessions will run from Sunday 8th October – Sun 26th November, 2017, 9am-11am. Please […]
With a vast array of special interests and clinical experience, Dr Peta Lilley and her team are often requested to present on topics in the local community. Here are some of the upcoming talks at which Lilley Place will be presenting: Wednesday 9th August – 6:30pm Kenmore State High School ‘Anxiety and Young People’ 30 […]
The practice of mindfulness is shown to be a powerful tool in the improvement of various health and well-being indicators, both mental and physical. Due to the popularity and success of our last Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Group earlier in the year, Lilley Place is excited to announce we will be facilitating a new round […]
The Australian Psychological Society (APS) published results from their 2015 “Stress and Wellbeing Survey” and reported that adolescents spend an average of 2.7 hours per day on social media (adults 2.1 hours). 56% of teenagers endorsed engaging in “Heavy use” and 25% were constantly connected. There are many benefits associated with social media use including […]
Sandra Berry from The Sydney Morning Herald shares why seeing a psychologist is not just for the mentally ill – http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/wellbeing/why-seeing-a-psychologist-is-not-just-for-the-mentally-ill-20170228-gun3f2.html