At LifeCentre we believe that everyone should have a family psychologist just like they have a family doctor! Psychologists are not only helpful in times of crisis. We are experts in child development, behaviour change, working with emotions, and healthy family functioning. 

Our family psychology services focus on building psychological and emotional skills to strengthen nurturing family relationships and create strong and healthy families where kids (and parents) can thrive at all developmental stages. 

Investing in your family's wellness now may help prevent serious mental health problems and negative life outcomes in the future. Why not be proactive? 

Mental Health


Behaviour change is not easy! Good habits take time, consistency, and commitment to develop. Just knowing what you "should do" is rarely enough to change long standing patterns. If getting healthy, eating right, quitting smoking, drinking less, reducing drug use, losing weight, or gaining strength [insert any other big change here

were just a matter of getting more information we'd all be doing it already. 

It's also NOT ABOUT WILL POWER! So stop beating yourself up now please. And if you are waiting until you FEEL MOTIVATED forget that too! You may be waiting a long, long time. Stop waiting and book an appointment today to learn how meaningful, long lasting change can happen for you. 

There is nothing worse than suffering alone. Well...except for suffering alone and pretending you are fine. ​

We are here to help make your life better, whatever that means to you. Not sure what would make your life better? We can help with that too! Our psychologists want to know - what is at your life centre? That is, what is most important to you? Because we know that the greater the distance between the life you are living now and the life you want, the greater your pain. Let us help you narrow that gap. 

At LifeCentre Psychology we use a form of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) called Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT). ACT is a humanistic and holistic approach where empathy, mindfulness, self-exploration, and social connection are used to effect behaviour change and increase psychological flexibility.