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"The mind is like water. When it's turbulent, it's difficult to see. When it's calm, everything becomes clear."


Your professional psychology practice with psychologist Laura Lee in Geelong, Victoria

Proximity to blue spaces – whether it be the ocean, a river, or even a fountain – has been shown to have a profoundly positive impact on people’s wellbeing. In fact, spending time in water, or even just near it, has been consistently linked to improved mood and a decrease in symptoms related to stress and anxiety.

Time spent outdoors enables us to connect to nature, and water in particular seems to have a psychologically restorative, and at times almost meditative quality to it. It is during these moments that people often feel most able to step back from the turmoil of what is happening inside of themselves, or in their lives, and view these things through a more peaceful lens.

That’s what we at Blue Space Psychology strive to help our clients achieve; a renewed sense of balance, calm, and empowerment over their lives.

Why choose Blue Space Psychology?

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