Dr. Katherine Hurrell is a Clinical Psychologist practising in North Western Sydney. She has expertise in the assessment and treatment of psychological and behavioural difficulties and provides assistance for both adolescents and adults.

For further information about Katherine and her services, please browse this website. You may also contact her directly should you have any questions or to arrange an appointment.

Seeking Help

People can sometimes be reluctant to seek professional help. This may be due to perceptions of ‘stigma’ surrounding mental illness, uncertainty of who to see or thinking that help is not really warranted.  However, it is important to realise that most people report feeling overwhelmed at some point in their lives …one could even say that this is just a normal part of life! Fortunately, people often report feelings of relief from seeking help and find themselves thinking more optimistically about their situation as they begin to uncover new avenues.

In some circumstances, self-help tools (e.g. books, online information) or talking to somebody close, can be of great value. Other times, face-to-face contact with a qualified professional is needed to make better sense of the situation and the difficulties being experienced. This is especially true if problems are beginning to interfere with your normal everyday activities and it is becoming difficult to cope. If this is happening, and especially if you have begun to lose hope, it is very important to seek help.  Please contact Katherine, your local GP or view the Links page for further help.

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❤️❤️❤️ TODAY is World Kindness Day ❤️❤️❤️ Today we would like to encourage you to do at least one kind thing for another person who you do not know, and expect nothing in return – Then report back to us to tell us how you went. The purpose of World Kindness Day is to look beyond ourselves, beyond the boundaries of our country, beyond our culture, our race, our religion; and realise we are citizens of the world. As world citizens we have a commonality, and must realise that if progress is to be made in human relations and endeavours, if we are to achieve the goal of peaceful coexistence, we must focus on what we have in common. When we find likenesses we begin to experience empathy, and in such a state we can fully relate to that person or those people. ❤️

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