We will be relocating to Milton across the next two months

To contact us at Milton please call
(07) 3180 4333

Mind Wise Psychology Services

Helping Take Care of You

Mind Wise Psychology Services are provided in an open, non-judgmental, and supportive environment. Our practitioners rely on evidenced based treatments so that our clients can reach their full potential and individual goals.

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Our practitioners have a wide and varied range of experience in both the public and private sectors. Our staff also strive to provide an environment so people can explore their problems.

Dr Michele Andrews (Director) 

Dr Ursula Oertel

Dr Heidi Zeeman

Dr. Rachell Kingsbury

Please note that Dr Michele, Dr Rachell and Dr Heidi who work as our practitioners will not be practicing from Boronia Heights as of December.

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We offer clinical Clinical, Forensic, and Neuropsychology services to adults and children from across the southern region.

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Covid Information for Clients

As per the direction from the Chief Health Officer ( https://www.health.qld.gov.au/system-governance/legislation/cho-public-health-directions-under-expanded-public-health-act-powers/workers-in-healthcare-setting ) all practitioners and administration staff at Mind Wise Psychology are fully vaccinated against COVID 19. We are committed to protecting our more vulnerable community members and as such after the 17th December 2021 we ask that if you would like to attend our Milton clinic that you are also fully vaccinated. Should you have concerns around your vaccination status and attending the clinic, please contact the clinic and ask to speak with the director (Dr. Michele Andrews). Please do not attend the clinic if unwell, even if you are fully vaccinated. We also require all persons to sign in through the QLD App. We respect an individual’s personal freedoms and choices around the COVID19 vaccination and we will attempt to accommodate people as best we can, however, our main priority is protection of our clients, staff and the more vulnerable or those who may not be able to be vaccinated in the wider community.