Spencer Health

Psychology and Health Services for Children, Adolescents, Adults and Families.


We Are Here To Support You

Individual Psychological Therapy

Providing treatment for a range of difficulties in children, young people and adults

Psychological Assessments

Assessment and identification of strengths and differences in development

Social Skills Groups - KidsLink

Providing social and emotional skills in a creative and supportive group environment

Training and Clinical Supervision

Services to assist training and experienced mental health clinicians

Paediatrician Consultations

Providing you with paediatrician services for general paediatrics, Autism and ADHD

Speech Pathology

Comprehensive assessment for all facets of speech and language

School Holiday Programs 

Help your child explore their strengths, identity and coping skills whilst practising their social skills

Coaching for Autistic Adults and ADHDers

A practical approach to supporting neurodivergent individuals, through a collaborative process

Psychology and Health Services

Welcome to Spencer Health! We offer a range of therapies and evidence-based treatments for children, adolescents adults and families through our health brands Child Development Solutions Australia, Sydney Psychology Centre and KidsLink. We are proud to be a multi-disciplinary health provider and hope that we can provide you and your family the wrap around support needed in a caring and compassionate environment.

Our centres are located in NSW: Hornsby, Avalon Beach, Mosman and Gladesville and in Victoria: Albert Park

Among our many services, we provide assessments that assist children adolescents  and adults with cognitive challenges, learning difficulties and neurodevelopmental brain style related differences.  We have a special interest in providing ADHD and Autism assessment in both children and adults as well as clinicians who work specifically with neurodivergent girls and women. Our assessments can be delivered face to face or via a secure telehealth platform so that they are easily accessible to our clients.

Our Wonderful Team is Here to Support You


We aim to provide an uncompromising quality of service to children, adolescents, adults and families so that they may achieve their full capacity in life.


To create healthful, connected and emotionally resilient communities.

Values Statement

Hospitality - We act warmly and inclusively toward each other and our clients. At Spencer Health all are welcome and there is always “room at the table” for you.

Respect – Within our team we value our peers and colleagues, offering dignity and professionalism in every interaction. We offer high regard to all who walk through our doors and celebrate the differences within each other.

Empowerment – We acknowledge our colleague’s achievements and seek to support them in the betterment of their practice. We work collaboratively with our clients to achieve their health goals, ensuring they have a voice in and are championed towards these.

Compassion – Within our team and client communities we see the human-ness within each other, suspending judgement and seeking to provide care, support and soothing when needed.

Community – As a team we seek connection with each other and foster a sense of belonging, thriving in the knowledge that we are part of something greater than just ourselves .  We strive to connect with our local communities through various initiatives and modalities providing  education, support and a space where we can come together and make positive changes in their collective lives.


​We pride ourselves on a team that not only embodies our values but are also the very best at what they do. Each team member brings a unique perspective and experience to the table ensuring the very best support for your family.

Latest Articles

Working with Your Neurodivergent Partner to Create a Healthy Relationship
Written by Anna Smyth, Clinical Psychologist Being in a relationship is challenging for everyone! Understanding and connecting with another human who has a different set of beliefs and life experience to you can create all types of ups and downs. So, what about those situations where you are in a relationship with a partner who ... Read more
How to Manage Everyday Anxiety
Written by Jessica Lopes, Registered Psychologist Most people, including children, experience occasional anxiety or worry about things in life, such as family issues, health, financial concerns, etc. This is a normal part of our contemporary busy life. However, when these feelings are extremely overwhelming and negatively impact our daily lives, and stop us from doing ... Read more
The link between social skills and loneliness
Written by Provisional Psychologist Natasha Binns The link between social skills and loneliness – helping neurodiverse teens make friends The interconnection of loneliness and social skills is complex. Social skills refer to the abilities and behaviours that enable individuals to interact effectively and appropriately with others. Loneliness, on the other hand, is the subjective feeling ... Read more
LEGO THERAPY – It’s not just about FUN!
Written by Provisional Psychologist Natasha Binns Lego therapy is a social development program created by clinical neuropsychologist Daniel LeGoff after observing two of his clients playing with Lego in his waiting room. Both children with autism spectrum disorder had difficulties engaging in social play and had never previously interacted, however their shared interest in Lego ... Read more