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1300 855 893





Psychologist Appointments

Monday to Friday: 8am - 7pm

Saturday: 9am - 4pm


Postal Address

PO Box 6802 

Baulkham Hills NSW 2153 

Do you have depression or bipolar, and want to learn new strategies to stay well?

Register for our REACH Wellbeing Workshops for Depression & Bipolar Disorder. Click REACH Program to find out more.

Consultations by appointment only:

Monday 9am - 6pm

Tuesday 9am - 1pm

Thursday 9am - 6pm

Friday 9am - 5pm

Saturday 9am - 1pm


My Health Collective

Suite 104, 8 Century Circuit


(above Lakeside Restaurants)

Emotional Intelligence


Emotional Intelligence (EI) affects the way we think, feel and act. The influence of our EI has over our priorities, choices and willingness to learn is significant with some experts claiming that our EI could be responsible for as much as 80% of our success.


Research demonstrates that people with a high EI tend to communicate better, are better equipped at perceiving, using and understanding their own emotions as well as those of others, are generally more agreeable and open and are less likely to engage in risky behaviours such as smoking, drinking, drug abuse and violence.


As an employer, there are clear benefits to understanding your future employee’s EI. It can be the difference between a successful or a risky hire – the latter having the potential for dire consequences. Many of our clients use our globally renowned Emotional Intelligence testing as part of the assessment stage for their final shortlisted candidates as well as for existing leaders. It can help you assess how the candidate is likely to handle the job – their interactions with others and their decision-making abilities – and can be key to a successful hire or promotion.