Adaptive Minds Psychology is moving locations in 2020! Amanda will be remaining with Adaptive Minds and will be working from 71-81 Clarks Rd, Loganholme in the building adjacent to Tudor Park PCYC Community and Recreational Centre. The landline number will change, however contact can still be made via email, this website and Facebook.
Erin will be working independently at a new office in Beenleigh. Further details for Erin will follow. You can still contact both os us at the current office up until 18th December, 2019. Our office will close from 19th December, 2019. Contact can continue to be made via the means mentioned above during the Christmas break. Amanda will reopen at her new office on the week of 6th January, 2020.
Adaptive Minds Psychology was privileged to be invited to the Queensland Training Awards where Project Booyah was a finalist in the Premier's Industry Collaboration Award. Project Booyah were announced the State winner for that category and are now in contention for the National Training Award in Hobart in November, 2015. Congratulations Project Booyah and good luck with the National Awards.
Adaptive Minds Psychology has assisted in the development of an innovative program for at risk youth that has been running for four years. Commencing on the northern Gold Coast Project Booyah is a police mentoring program embracing community first approach in the interests of helping at risk young people bridge their disconnect with society. As the consulting psychologist and taking into account the therapeutic approach the program involves social and skill development training, community interventions, mentoring, case management, camps and vocational scholarships to support young people and their families to build careers. In April, 2015 Adaptive Minds Psychology received an Assistant Commissioners certificate in recognition of the input provided to the program which has altered the lives of hundreds of young people across Queensland.