We're a mix of emotions

Which is why it’s important to be heard, understood, and supported in order to keep ourselves balanced and living health, productive lives.

Taking the first step is often the hardest. Don’t wait, make an appointment now and let’s work towards better.

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    It’s our People that makes us different

    Our psychologists are equipped with methods, strategies and techniques that are not only research and evidence-based but are also based on years of experience of helping people from all walks of life.

    When you come to People Psychology, we tailor our methods to best suit your circumstances as well as your short-term and long-term goals.

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    In the aim to provide a safe and comfortable space for you to share and explore your concerns with our psychologists, we strive to make sure our office is easily accessible to clients and those interested in taking advantage of our services. We know that the decision to seek help is already a huge step, so we try to make sure the rest of the steps that involve documentation and travel aren’t as difficult. This could hopefully help you and our clients focus on their treatment and their therapy.

    People Psychology Melbourne CBD is situated in the Melbourne CBD (City Business District). We’re a short walk from Flinders Street Station and trams travel along Collins Street with tram stops close to our office at Level 32, 367 Collins Street (Optus Centre), Melbourne VIC 3000. We also have offices in Brighton, Toorak, Double Bay, NSW and via telehealth Australia-wide.

    When trying to understand your sexuality, you may experience feelings of isolation, shame and fear of rejection.

    Confusion about your sexual orientation can lead to difficulty in developing a strong sense of self. You may also be overwhelmed with anxiety about what you and others believe is socially appropriate.

    Even openly gay people can experience difficulty with unconscious issues about their sexuality that interfere with them having a successful same-sex relationship.

    Speaking to a psychologist who understands sexuality issues can help you find peace of mind in defining and accepting your sexuality. There are many people just like you – you are not alone.

    Your sexuality relates to who you are as a sexual being, your feelings about sex and how you express them. You are always a sexual being regardless of when, how and with whom you choose to express it. Sexuality is lifelong, it doesn’t just turn on and off.

    Your sexual identity means the way in which you refer to yourself as heterosexual, lesbian, gay, or bisexual. Your sexual identity can also be different in public than in private. For example, if you are gay, you may feel confident and supported to declare this identity among friends, but publicly feel pressured to identify as heterosexual.

    Sexual orientation means who you are attracted to (men only, women only, or men and women).

    Understanding your sexuality is a gradual process and with your psychologist, you can analyse what you are thinking, what you are feeling and why this is so.

    Counselling can assist you in finding clarity about your sexuality and accepting the possibility of being gay. Learning to accept yourself for who you are will enable you to start letting go of societal pressures and family expectations.

    A psychologist can also offer support in your decision making process around issues such as coming out and building healthy romantic relationships.

    People Psychology provides individual and couples counselling for the LGBTI+ gay community and has psychologists who are gay with a specialty in this area.

    Make an appointment with a LGBTI+ gay-friendly People Psychology psychologist today.