Project Wellbeing is a Castle Hill based Psychology center that provides individual psychological therapy, resilience building / Mental Fitness Workshops, and Perinatal Mental Health services. Our goal is to preemptively equip, coach and connect all Australians with the tools, techniques and strategies to be, or become mentally fit, experience wellbeing, and make the most of life despite its ups and downs.
Whether you are one of the “worried well”, have been diagnosed with Depression or Anxiety, or have no particular concern at all but wish to achieve more out of life, our services can assist you to increase your quality of life and psychological health.
Engaging in therapy can be a daunting yet rewarding experience. Our Psychologists value the time, cost and effort you invest when you come to us. Our goal is to ensure that therapy is rewarding and beneficial.
Project Wellbeing Psychologists are trained in a range of evidence-based therapies and can help with a wide variety of concerns from Depression and Anxiety to Stress or relationship concerns. To find out more or make an appointment please call us on (02) 8001 6157 or fill in the Contact Form below.
From conception to the first years of a baby's life, parents experience considerable change. While this change brings much joy and fulfillment it can also bring, stress, and even anxiety or depression for some. Project Wellbeing psychologists have a particular interest in helping parents adjust to this life change. If you are starting a family, pregnant or have a new baby and would like to work with us to improve your wellbeing please call us on (02) 8001 6157 or complete the Contact Form below:
We create bespoke workshops for businesses wishing to invest in the wellbeing of their people. We also run our own in-house workshops aimed at proactively providing you with the tools for mental health and wellbeing. Our workshops provide you with evidence-based strategies, for mental health and wellbeing in a fun and interactive environment.
Additionally our psychologists regularly speak at community events and remain committed to increasing awareness of mental health and wellbeing.
If you would like to discuss a workshop with us, please contact us on (02) 8001 6157 or complete the Contact Form below: