Our Services

At Jamieson Psychology (formerly Inner Twist) we use a variety of evidence-based assessments and various treatments to ensure that you, your child, and family receive the very best available care.

Supporting parents and caregivers

Sometimes parents, and entire families, need a little help. This can take the form of helping to build a stronger relationship between you and your child through improving parent-child communication, helping parents manage stressors, helping to understand how to draw out positive behaviours and set appropriate boundaries, improve parenting skills in a particular area (e.g., morning/afternoon routines, toilet training, sleep routines etc.,) repairing trust after it has been broken, managing the online world (e.g., reducing the amount of time spent online, online safety etc.) or strategies to understand how to best support your child.

Supporting young people

When supporting a young person, it is important that a trusting relationship develops; that a young person feels they will be supported, not only with evidence-based strategies, but with warmth, compassion and understanding. Fiona works within the context of developmental periods, social, emotional and cognitive needs, and school/family influences to understand issues and to draw out a young person's strengths.

Supporting gender diversity

Those in the LGBTQI+ community are at an increased risk of mental health challenges than those not. Whether a young person has only just started to question their gender to supporting a young person, and their family, understand the psychological impact of transitioning towards a different gender or non-binary identity, knowledge of this process and how to navigate social and emotional challenges are important to how the young person will adjust.


Fiona is passionate about helping young people and their families become happier and more resilient. She provides evidence-based assessments and treatments, adhering to the highest ethical standards, whilst retaining a sense of warmth.  The aim of her practice is to empower young people and families to develop a skill set that will provide them with the knowledge and confidence to manage any difficulties that they may face now or in the future.

Though Fiona has extensive experience in youth mental health, she has a special interest in trans, gender diverse and non-binary youth and the challenges they, and their family’s face. 

Fiona is a member of the Australian Psychology Society (APS) which provides advocacy, ethics and practice standards, and governance to the community. Fiona is also a member of AusPath which is Australia’s peak body for professionals involved in the health, rights and well-being of trans, gender diverse and non-binary people.

Want to know more or make an appointment?

Unfortunately, Fiona is unable to offer a crisis service. In an emergency contact 000 or go to the nearest hospital emergency department.

Useful numbers:

Lifeline 13 11 14 (available 24/7)

Kids Help Line 1800 555 1800 (available 24/7)

Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636 (available 24/7)

Useful websites:

Life Line

Kids help