UQ Psychology Clinic

The UQ Psychology Clinic can assist with a range of psychological issues in children, adolescents, adults, older adults, couples, and families.  Some examples of such issues might include: developing positive wellbeing behaviours, significant life transitions, managing health-related behaviours, stress, anxiety, depression, behavioural problems, and relationship difficulties.  Please contact the Clinic if you would like to discuss whether the issue you are experiencing is something that our psychologists can assist with.

UQ Oral Health Centre

The UQ Oral Health Centre is comprised of community patient clinics, research centres, and teaching spaces, and is purpose-built to deliver high-quality patient treatment. Patient clinics located at the Oral Health Centre are managed and operated by Metro North Oral Health Services. Appointment enquiries can be directed to the Metro North Oral Health Services Call Centre on 1300 300 850.

UQ Nutrition and Dietetics Practice

UQ Nutrition and Dietetics Practice offers expert nutrition and dietary advice to treat and manage a range of health conditions, as well as those seeking to improve their general health and well-being.  The range of professional and affordable services are available to the general public as well as students and staff at The University of Queensland.

UQ Exercise Physiology Clinics

UQ Exercise Physiology Clinics provide specialised clinical exercise and lifestyle interventions for people at high-risk of developing, or with existing chronic disease, injury or medical conditions. We believe that exercise is medicine and prescribe exercise to treat and prevent health conditions in the same way a doctor might prescribe medication.  Services include (but are not limited to) management of chronic diseases and  musculoskeletal injuries, recovery during and post cancer treatment and assistance with healthy ageing.

Motor Active

Motor Active is an exercise program designed for children 3-12 years of age who have difficulty moving and playing in a coordinated manner, or who are having difficulty keeping up with their peers during physical activity. The program focuses on developing and enhancing confidence, motivation, fundamental motor skills, and sports' skills through the use of a range of physical activities specifically designed to suit individual needs.

UQ Healthy Living

An interprofessional clinic promoting healthy ageing and wellbeing in those aged 50+, UQ Healthy Living provides assessments and interventions in exercise, diet and lifestyle tailored to meet the particular needs of an ageing adult population.