Julie-Anne Rogers Psychology

Julie-Anne is an empathetic psychologist with life experience, who will support you to tell your story and find the balance in life that you deserve.

Julie-Anne Rogers Psychology provides psychological support to people of all ages and backgrounds, experiencing emotional and mental health challenges, with the intention of building capacity for independence, managing challenges and maintaining balance in everyday life. She has experience supporting working professionals from industries such as professional services, banking and finance, health, education, creative industries, and government. 

Using a strength-based approach, Julie-Anne works collaboratively with her clients to recognise and explore presenting issues, create tailored strategies and goals that will allow positive change, new ways of thinking, and an understanding of meaning.

Following the code of ethics set by the Australian Psychological Society, Julie-Anne ensures appropriate guidelines, principles and standards are always followed. In addition to formal qualifications, Julie-Anne undertakes further professional development and is ethically responsible to ensure she is continuously conversant with current versions of the code.

Are you looking for a safe and confidential space to discuss your challenges and adversity?

Evidence-based individual therapy for clients experiencing a wide range of difficulties

Anxiety disorders 
Abuse and trauma
Acute stress
Adjustment disorder (life transitions)
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Bipolar disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder
Career/Work related distress
Chronic pain, injury and health concerns
Disability/Intellectual disability
Gender dysphoria
Grief and loss
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Parenting and challenging behaviours
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Relationship Challenges
Sleep disorders
Somatic symptom disorder

National Disability Insurance Scheme NDIS

Julie-Anne has experience working with NDIS participants and their support networks, currently, undertaking psychological assessments, report writing and tailored interventions for both children and adults in the disability sector. As a psychologist, and previously as a behaviour support practitioner, she has experience providing positive behaviour support management, developing plans to assist participants and their support networks with effective strategies to manage behaviours of concern. 

If you would like to know more about the services provided for NDIS participants, please contact Julie-Anne for a confidential discussion about how she can offer support.


On-street parking can be found around the area, however, please note restricted residential parking on various streets, including on one side of Main Street.

We suggest you try:

  • Glen Osmond Road – Limited 1 hour parking in front of office
  • Main Street – 2 hour parking
  • Main Street Reserve – 2 hour shaded parking (a short 2-minute walk)
  • Alfred Street (across Glen Osmond Road) – 3 hour parking
  • St Anns Place (across Glen Osmond Road) – 2 hour parking