Psychology and Neurotherapy

Welcome to Brain Therapy Centre

Brain Therapy Centre is a psychology practice, specialising in neurofeedback therapy, in Adelaide, South Australia.

Brain Therapy Centre was founded by psychologists Dr Tim Hill, Joel Harman and Michelle Gorgula in 2016 to continue providing neurofeedback services following the closure of Brain Health Clinics. As well as neurofeedback therapy we also provide a full range of psychological services, including talking therapies and psychological assessments.

We work with clients of all ages and can help with a wide variety of conditions. Our psychologists work closely with clients to understand their needs and treatment goals so we can provide completely personalised treatment. We also provide telehealth psychology consultations and counselling to support those unable to attend face-to-face appointments.




We offer a broad range of general psychological services, including counselling, psychotherapy and assessment.

We use up-to-date, evidence-based treatments for psychological disorders including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and mindfulness. We work with clients of all ages and backgrounds, including children and older adults, and are also accommodating of clients with special needs. We take pride in providing individualised treatment for every single client.

Our psychologists are not only qualified and experienced, but also friendly and accepting. Each psychologist has their own areas of interest, and we aim to match each client with the most suitable psychologist. Please see our psychologist’s biographies for more information about their interests and experience. Medicare rebates are available for psychological services by clients with a referral from a GP. Please note however that neurofeedback sessions and QEEG assessments are not covered by Medicare. Some private health funds also provide rebates for psychological services, depending on the fund and level of cover.

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Brain Therapy Centre specialises in the assessment and treatment of brain function.

Neurotherapy (or neurofeedback therapy) involves measuring and training the electrical signals generated by the neurons (nerve cells) of the brain. These signals, called EEG, are related to the degree of activation of different brain regions, and show how effectively the different parts of the brain are operating.

Who Can Benefit From Neurotherapy?

Neurotherapy can be used to improve a wide variety of symptoms in people of all ages. Neurotherapy can help improve anxiety, depression, stress, attention, insomnia, chronic pain, substance abuse, stress, headaches, trauma and brain injury.

Neurotherapy can also improve functioning in people with developmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning problems, and intellectual disabilities. Neurotherapy can also be used to improve the peak performance of musicians, executives, and athletes.

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