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MRPS Psychology 

We help improve the wellbeing of clients from all walks of life.


About MRPS

A range of personal factors and experiences can impact our mental health and wellbeing. This can happen to anyone of us, at any stage of our life. At MRPS, we understand that the right kind of interventions can be highly effective in helping us to adapt, overcome and grow in these situations.



We acknowledge that each client has unique situational factors and concerns. Catherine, who is a highly experienced and knowledgable psychologist, provides individualised support in a genuine, caring and empathetic manner. MRPS aims to provide the highest degree of professionalism and integrity at all times.


Areas of Focus

MRPS works with almost all areas of mental health and are able to support individuals from all walks of life. Below are just a few of our areas of expertise. 


Depression is a serious mental health issue.  It is characterised by intense and prolonged feelings of sadness, emptiness and low mood that lasts for weeks, months or even years. It is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide, causing distress and deeply interfering with the life of the individual, their partner, family...


Anxiety is a natural reaction to a stressful situation.  Often it is short lived, associated when a person is in a new, challenging or unfamiliar situation (e.g. public speaking; attending a job interview).  

Suffering from an anxiety disorder, however, increases the intensity of a person’s negative thoughts, feelings and physical symptoms. The frequency and...

Grief / Loss

Grief is a natural reaction to loss, whether this be the loss of a loved one, a job, a way of life, community, physical capability, pregnancy or other loss. Grief can manifest in different forms for different people, but usually dominates most aspects of an individuals thoughts, emotions and daily life. Although each person has their own way of...


Trauma describes a deeply distressing or disturbing experience that often has a psychological affect. Trauma can be a consequence of a very frightening situation. Psychological wounds can manifest at different times after the experience, sometimes directly after the traumatic event, or only after many years...

Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders, such as insomnia, not only directly effect the quality of ones sleep time, but subsequently can take a large toll on an individuals mental and physical health, and general quality of life. Sleep disorders may occur as a symptom of another disorder, or, inversely, contribute to the formation or maintenance of...

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