THERAPEUTIC APPROACH

Margaret McDonald Clinical Psychologist Brisbane offers a variety of proven ways to assist with your particular problems and issues. These therapies include: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy which aims to change the way you solve problems and deal with distressing and emotions through challenging your thinking and the way you may have avoided issues in the past.…

LIBRARY

Margaret McDonald Clinical Psychologist Brisbane can offer you a variety of psychology resources to help improve your life. The Brisbane Northside psychology practice features a library with useful books and tools to improve emotional wellbeing. By providing resources to use at home, a faster resolution to your problems is possible. Margaret McDonald offers a range…

ACCREDITATION

Margaret’s Qualifications and Certifications: Margaret’s Qualifications and Certifications: Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology (Including studies in the Family Court) Masters Degree in Educational Psychology (Specialising in Learning Difficulties and Children with Special Needs) Graduate Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (QUT) (Specialising in the treatment of trauma) Diploma of Education Registered Psychologist Member of Australian Psychological Society…

MEET MARGARET MCDONALD

  Many people are faced with situations in their lives that do not seem to change despite their best efforts. As an experienced Clinical Psychologist she can help you find solutions, change the way you think about problems and change the way you act and react in distressful and worrying situations. Margaret McDonald has over…

BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS

Children with behavioural problems are often seen as ‘naughty’ or ‘out of control’. They are often quick to anger; they argue with adults and won’t do as they are told. They may provoke other children and adults or use physical aggression to get their own way. They are prone to temper tantrums and are quick…

LEARNING DIFFICULTIES

Australia recognizes the difference between learning difficulties, and learning disabilities. Learning difficulties are diagnosed when there is no documented intellectual or physical disability. As many as 2 or 3 students in each classroom can have learning difficulties, and may struggle with spelling, reading or maths. Generally a child’s teacher or parent will suspect a learning…