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Please note our holiday closure dates: ICP offices & phones will be closed from Friday 22 December until Monday 8 January 2024

We are experts in human behaviour and take a practical and real-world approach with our clients.  At ICP, we believe that counselling should be about helping you identify issues and goals and supporting you on your journey toward these, with realistic tools and support. Our Psychologists are all qualified experts in supporting you with life's challenges.

We look forward to supporting you on your personal journey towards a better tomorrow.

Anxiety & Depression

Mood Disorders

Stress & Burnout

Parenting & Relationships


Grief & Loss


Career Transition

All ICP Psychologists are fully registered with AHPRA and Members of the Australian Psychological Society.  We comply with the APS Code of Conduct and believe in providing a confidential, welcoming and safe environment to our clients. ICP Psychologists  are experienced in a number of therapeutic techniques, primarily Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, to help you with practical, real life techniques you can take away and implement in your everyday. 

Areas of Specialisation


Matt Dale

PN 4403058B

  • Executive Leadership

  • Career transition & Executive Coaching

  • Men's issues

  • Stress, anxiety & burnout

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Jo-Elle Warhurst

Telehealth Clients Only

  • Wellbeing and Self-Care

  • Relationships

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Parenting & Communication

  • Career Coaching, Burnout & Work Stress

  • Performance Coaching

  • Leadership & Executive Coaching

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Currently no waiting periods


Rachel Tyson

PN 4258914K

  • Women's issues - including fertility, pregnancy, post-natal depression, menopause

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Sexuality, LGBTI & Pro-Choice Counselling

  • Adult survivors of sexual abuse

  • Adjustment to medical diagnoses

  • Parenting and communication

  • Workplace stress & burnout

  • Hearing impairment support


Bryce Valentine

Provisional Psychologist

  • Working with Teens, Young Adults & Adolescents

  • Life coaching, career path & goal setting

  • Counselling

  • Mood & Relationships

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Communication

  • Currently no waiting periods


Kevin Beverley

PN 6099891T

  • Relationship issues

  • Work stress & Burnout

  • Confidence

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Conflict resolution & Communication skills

  • Bullying

  • Transitions & Change

  • Leadership & Executive Coaching

  • Sports Performance

Counselling Fast Facts

How much is a session and how long does it go for? 

Sessions are approximately 50-60 mins. Fees are $200 per session for private counselling.

Fees are $280 per session for corporate coaching or EAP. We accept Visa and Mastercard.

For more information on fees and Medicare rebates that can be claimed after your session at ICP click here

Do I need a Referral?

You do not need a referral to see a Psychologist at ICP, however Medicare rebates apply for clients with Mental Health Care Plan from a GP. More information about Psychology rebates can be found here

Can I claim on Private Health?

Yes, if Psychology is covered by your Insurer. The amount of rebate will vary per person depending on your insurer and level of cover.

Please note we do not have HICAPS onsite for Health Fund or Medicare Rebates. 

What if I can't make my appointment?

Please provide at least 24 hours' notice as cancellation fees may apply for late changes. We ask if you are feeling unwell, or are under Covid isolation orders or instruction, to please reschedule your appointment or transition to a Telehealth appointment (Phone or Zoom).


Do you have Parking & Wheelchair Access?

Yes, we have wheelchair access and wheelchair parking. Street parking is available in surrounding streets and Brunswick Street Secure Parking is available only 4 mins walk away (entry off Berwick St). Parking station map can be found here. We are a 10 minute walk to Fortitude Valley train station and only five minutes drive from the CBD. 

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