Macquarie Psychology provides comprehensive services to clients in Hobart and beyond. Our team of compassionate and supportive professionals is dedicated to helping you navigate a wide range of concerns. Discover more about concerns we regularly deal with by visiting this page.

In addition to offering individual therapy, couples therapy, neuropsychology, and assessments, we extend our services to workplaces and organisations, including ADF, Victim Support Services, and insurance companies. We are registered with Medicare Australia, DVA, and private health funds.

Therapy can provide insight and new perspectives into life’s challenges and help create solutions to difficult problems. Many people find that working with a therapist can enhance personal development, improve relationships and family dynamics, and ease the challenges of daily life.



Is your relationship requiring a check-up?
While trying to meet life’s competing demands (work, study, family, social life, health, finances) it’s easy to fall into habits, take short-cuts, make assumptions, take each other for granted and generally turn away from each other.



Telehealth and phone consultations are convenient, straightforward and similar to face-to-face therapy. If you are having a hard time coping right now, our supportive, caring and knowledgeable team of expert therapists are here to help.



Neuropsychology is a specialised field of psychology concerned with the examination of brain behaviour relationships.  Neuropsychologists use detailed interviewing, standardised psychometric assessments and other relevant data (such as brain imaging, pathology etc.) to assess, diagnose and treat conditions that affect the brain.



ADHD can impact all areas of life, including relationships, school or work performance, and self-esteem. An ADHD assessment involves gathering information about symptoms and behaviours through evidenced-based tools to determine whether you or your child meet the criteria for ADHD. The assessment process is thorough and comprehensive, ensuring an accurate diagnosis, comprehensive assessment report, and recommendations for future support.


Autism is a complex neurological disorder that affects individuals in unique and diverse ways. As such, it is important to properly assess and diagnose autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in order to provide appropriate support and intervention. Effective assessments are essential for understanding an individual’s strengths, challenges, and needs, which can then guide the development of personalised treatment plans and accommodations.

A Disability Support Pension assessment is  a process in which an individual’s eligibility for the Disability Support Pension (DSP) is determined. The DSP is a government-funded financial support program designed to assist individuals who have a disability or illness that prevents them from working.