We are coming to South Australia

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Over the years we have come to understand the complex journeys individuals like you go through, and have tailored our services with this knowledge in mind. We work hard to make your experience and journey as frictionless as possible. We take great pride in each and every person we assist.

Of course our psychologists at our Life Resolutions practices are required to maintain compliance with the highest standards in psychological care.

We will always provide a nurturing, caring, compassionate and supportive environment for our clients.

Life Resolutions practices are open late nights and Saturdays, so you can speak to a psychologist or counsellor when it suits your schedule.

We will be opening locations around Adelaide and regional South Australia in the coming months, to increase our impact, and the amount of people we can help.


What we believe

Our Approach

One of our core beliefs is that every person in Australia has an inherent right to feel valued, worthwhile, and at peace with their lives. We understand that everyone, no matter where they’re coming from, may at some point in their lives benefit from professional psychological support, assistance and advice.

Our aim is to help our clients overcome life’s hurdles, from grief and depression to addiction and behavioural problems; whatever you’re faced with, we’re on your side.

Join our Network

About Life Resolutions

If you are a psychologist interested in joining the Life Resolutions network of practices, and gain access to the benefits we provide our psychologists, get in touch with our South Australian Representative Patricia Barrett.

Phone: 1300 668 256

Email: pbarrett@liferesolutions.com.au

Address: 206 Halifax St, Adelaide SA 5000


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