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Minds For The Future is a psychology counselling practice that works with individuals of all ages, couples and families to overcome:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Identify Issues
  • Marital/Relationship issues
  • Grief and loss

Minds For The Future psychologists work with:

  • Children - 5years+
  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • Couples

We work with clients under the following referrals:

  • Medicare
  • WorkCover
  • ATAPs
  • Victims of Crime

Please feel free to contact us directly or ask your GP for further information. Please note all first sessions are bulk billed for Medicare patients, providing you have a valid mental health care plan. Rebates for Private Health Insurance and Medicare are also available.

We work with you to overcome life's hurdles and provide practical strategies to improve your wellbeing.

T: 03 9443 9988

Hamish graduated in 2005 with a double degree in Physiotherapy and Exercises Science from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. With a passion for health care and sports injury, he has worked in both Australia and the UK treating in private practice, hospital and GP settings. His goal is to treat the person, not the injury and to empower and educate my clients to improve their health outcomes with best practice using evidence-based management.  After a number of nasty rugby injuries, he practices what he preaches and stays active with running, the occasional triathlon or marathon and an average game of golf! He enjoys a challenge and believes in a healthy body, healthy mind.
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Dr Lanki Pangnadasa is a Clinical Neuropsychologist who specializes in diagnostic and capacity assessments for adults and older adults. She has over 15 years experience assessing a broad range of cognitive disorders arising from various neurological syndromes (e.g., white matter disorders, encephalitis, hydrocephalus, neoplastic disorders, chronic pain syndrome, intellectual disability, delirium and metabolic abnormalities) and psychiatric conditions (e.g., mood disturbance, anxiety disorders, psychosis, substance abuse, eating disorders, functional cognitive decline).

Lanki has a special interest in neurodegenerative conditions such as dementia and movement disorders, as well as acquired brain injury (e.g., due to trauma, cerebrovascular pathology, hypoxia, cerebral infections and substance abuse). An opinion regarding capacity to make decisions can also be provided upon request (e.g., capacity to sign a will or appoint powers of attorney, capacity to manage legal and financial issues, capacity to make decisions regarding accommodation or health care/medical treatment).

Lanki is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society and College of Clinical Neuropsychologists. She is a Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist at Austin Health and is a clinical lecturer in the Department of Psychological Sciences, The University of Melbourne. Lanki is also a registered provider of neuropsychology services for TAC, DVA, the Australian Defense Force and WorkSafe Victoria. She has experience in medico-legal neuropsychology assessments, including those for the Supreme Court/Funds in Court.

For further information, please contact or 0416 326 933.

Purva is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and member of the Dietitians Association of Australia. She is a Bariatric Care Specialist, accredited by the Surgical Review Corporation, USA and a Life time member of the Indian Dietitian Association. Graduated from Masters in food service management and therapeutic nutrition and she has  more than 11 years of experience, with 5 years as a Senior Bariatric Dietitian.

Working in private practice enables her to practice according to her values of promoting sustainable, positive health change. Purva is also experienced and up-to-date in clinical research in the diet-disease relationships of most health conditions – including bariatric surgery, heart conditions, high cholesterol, bowel conditions, food intolerances and chronic disease management (Obesity and Diabetes) just to name some. She strongly believes and follow evidence based practice.

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Clinic Hours

  • Open 7 Days 
  • MON to FRI: 8.30am to 10pm 
  • SAT and SUN: 8.30am to 6pm
  • Public Holidays: Closed