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We have some exciting news – Lilley Place has been approved as a registered NDIS provider! What does this mean for you? Well, for those with inclusions in their funding packages, we can offer services focusing on improving relationships, improving daily living and coordinating support. We can also assist those requiring support accessing the NDIS, or […]

CWC Blog – Adjusting to the shock of a cancer diagnosis

They’re the words that can change your life in an instant – head over to our Cancer Wellbeing Centre Blog to read some insight on adjusting to a new cancer diagnosis, written by Samantha Clutton.

Everyone is welcome at Lilley Place

Our mascot Taco is highly qualified in melting hearts and holds a prestigious Masters of Goodboy-ology. He loves visiting our Lilley Place psychologists for some time on the couch to taco-bout how life is going!    

Easter Closure

Lilley Place will be closed from Friday 30th March and will re-open on Tuesday 3rd April.  We wish you a safe & joyous Easter.

Introducing the Cancer Wellbeing Centre (CWC)

It is with great excitement that we introduce the Cancer Wellbeing Centre (CWC), an initiative of Lilley Place Clinical Psychology. The CWC is dedicated to improving the psychological wellbeing of people affected by cancer – including family and loved ones. We are committed to providing first class care that is responsive, evidence-based and targeted to […]

End of Year Closure at Lilley Place

The festive season is well and truly upon us! As we begin to wind down towards the end of the year, our home in Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is only getting busier with Christmas shopping crowds. Previous years, this has been known to make parking within the shopping centre more difficult, especially in peak times such […]

Recent presentations from the Lilley Place team

Although it’s a very busy time of year, the psychologists here at Lilley Place love making time to interact with our greater community, and present on a variety of topics. Earlier this month, director Dr Peta Lilley presented to the parents and community of KSHS on Transitioning to High School. This information session covered various themes, […]

Plug In, Tune Out: How Much Social Media Is Too Much?

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?

Parent Information Evening – Transition to High School

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 […]