Helping you on your journey to good mental health and reaching your happiness potential.
Greta Neilsen Psychology
Services Currently Offered.
Face-to-face psychological services are available in Brisbane at Bowen Hills Psychology on O'Connell Terrace in Bowen Hills. Skype sessions may also be available for clients in remote locations. A 50 minute session is $195. A rebate of $126.50 may be available for clients on a Mental Health Care Plan. Rebates may also be available from private health funds. Please contact us for further information.
Greta is a registered supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA) and provides supervision in the following areas:
Supervision is provided at the rate of $150 per 60 min session. Skype may be available for regional clients.
Greta Neilsen is a Brisbane based clinical psychologist, with a special interest in the treatment of complex mental health conditions in adults.
By drawing on Person Centred Therapy combined with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and CBT based therapies, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Schema Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Greta specialises in specifically tailoring treatment to each individual client’s needs and goals. Using this approach she creates a warm and empathetic environment to provide a safe space for her clients to explore and understand their challenges and find ways to overcome these. Greta believes wholeheartedly in the capacity of her clients to grow, change, and reach their full potential.
Greta has worked in the areas of adult mental health, child assessment and treatment and private practice including rural outreach. She is experienced in helping clients with:
Qualifications and Research
Greta has completed a Masters in Clinical Psychology, a Graduate Diploma in Social Science (Psychology) and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours (Psychology). Her Honours thesis explored The Role of Achievement Goals, Self-Efficacy and Competence Satisfaction in the Relationship Between Self-Handicapping and Mental Health Symptoms, while the subject of her Masters thesis was the Factors Contributing to Acculturative Stress in Refugee and Migrant Adolescents.
Greta is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society and a Fellow of the College of Clinical Psychologists.