Rosalind Philp: Respected Gold Coast Psychologist

Towards a richer and more meaningful life

Rosalind is now taking new clients and appointment bookings for 2018.
Endorsed Clinical Psychologist
Health and Wellness Counsellor
Relationship therapist
Pre-commitment / pre-marriage counsellor (Value clarification/Managing conflict and difference)
Group facilitator
This private confidential practice is located in purpose built rooms overlooking a park in the Southport CBD on the Gold Coast. It aims to always provide time-limited, respectful, effective specialist psychological care for individuals, couples, and groups.
Free parking is available for three hours under the building in Levels B1 and B2. Alternatively, there is parking on the street (pay and display), near the public library, or in Australia Fair.
There are many choices for public transport available - the office is next to bus stops and near the rapid rail stop. 
With Rosalind's years of experience and training, she is able to provide effective support for all psychological and relationship problems including:

When we have a broken leg, it seems reasonable to get expert help. 

When our spirit is struggling, why can it seem so much harder to ask for help?


Individual Therapy

People seek therapy for a wide variety of reasons, from coping with major life challenges or childhood trauma, to dealing with depression or anxiety, to simply desiring personal growth and greater self-knowledge. A client and psychologist may work together for as few as five or six sessions or as long as several years, depending on the client’s unique needs and personal goals for therapy.

Relationship Counselling

Early relationship work can identify possible problems and indicate solutions. Most people can change if they are not too stuck in habits and automatic behaviours. Working together can make good relationships better, and improve aspects that may concern you either now, or possibly in the future. But most people don’t think about this in the beginning when passions and optimism are high.

Group Therapy

Many people with problems such as anxiety, stress management, antenatal anxiety and or depression, postnatal depression and anxiety, low self-esteem, or major health problems, do very well in therapeutic groups. A big advantage is that it is frequently more affordable than individual therapy. It can also be a great follow-up to individual therapy, to maintain treatment learning and gains in a supportive environment.