Willow Tree Felixstow: 481 Payneham Road, Felixstow, SA, 5070



Phone: 08 8331 3936 or 08 82330828 Mobile: 0434 536 236

Fax: 08 8180 1725 Email:


Willow Tree Psychology and Wellbeing

Adelaide Psychologist

Welcome to Willow Tree Psychology and Wellbeing. Our Clinical Psychologists, Registered Psychologists, and Accredited Mental Health Social Workers at Willow Tree Psychology and Wellbeing are based in the East of Adelaide at Felixstow, where we see children, adolescents, adults, older persons, families and new parents with infants. We are also able to see individuals on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and the Department of Veteran's Affairs (DVA). 

Our Practice

At Willow Tree Psychology and Wellbeing, we offer a warm, safe, and open environment. We take the time to get to know each of our clients, so together we can develop an evidence-based treatment plan, and set therapy goals, in order to develop self-empowerment, skill development, and improve wellbeing. No matter how hard things are, we believe nothing is all negative and from your first session to your last, we aim to assist you to re-build, re-strategize and recover. We believe in the partnership model and a non-judgmental approach. Everyone needs help at times and it is well within the realm of human nature to seek some support and guidance.

The Willow Tree

With a longstanding history of flexibility, agility and durability; the willow tree provides the most powerful metaphor for building high-functioning human capacity.  By accepting what we can’t control and building the skills to adapt rather than oppose we can find the strength to thrive in the harshest of and inclement conditions.


The Willow Tree is also a powerful symbol of survival and growth no matter the environmental conditions. Our team embrace the hope that the Willow Tree inspires people to draw upon their own personal strengths, together with therapeutic approaches, to adapt to rather than be imprisoned by adversity.

"Willow Tree Psychology and Wellbeing would like to acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work today. We pay our respects to the Elders both past, present and future, and acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of the Kaurna people to country and we respect and value their past, present and ongoing connection to the land and cultural beliefs."