Together, we journey towards Love with Excellence.
Professional support for individuals impacted by neurodiverse conditions
Welcome to Minds & Hearts
At Minds & Hearts, we provide professional support and assistance for individuals impacted by neurodiverse conditions, through our allied health disciplines. These include Psychology, Speech and Occupational Therapy services.
We also share our extensive expertise in the area of neurodiversity to encourage professionals, parents and people alike, via our Blog and our Resources to Help – making relevant information, tools and resources readily available to you today.
Because, together, we journey towards Love with Excellence.
We focus on the wide and varied diversity presenting outside the neurotypical population, including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asperger’s Syndrome), attachment challenges, Attention-Deficit/
Each member of our team is specially chosen for their professional passion for, and expertise in, helping individuals impacted by neurodiverse conditions, their families, and their communities.
Our authentic and skilled team create an environment where each person is understood, accepted and empowered for life.
We understand that continuity and familiarity is important.
We can assist with initial conversations about a potential neurodiverse presentation, to the provision of reliable and compassionate clinical assessments, through to on-going therapy, including Psychology, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy and group program services.
Our holistic range of services provide comprehensive, nurturing support for your journey.
A referral is not required to see us at our private clinic, conveniently located in Stones Corner, Brisbane.
Learning about and understanding neurodiversity can be challenging and confronting. We provide a wide range of information, tools and resources for professionals, parents and individuals at our Resources to Help, to start assisting you today.
Minds & Hearts is not a crisis service.
In an emergency situation please call 000 or present to the emergency department of your local hospital.