About Us

Dr. Jeremy Adams PhD, CPsychol, AFBPsS, MAPS

Registered Psychologist

Dr. Jeremy Adams has a multidimensional background that includes a Ph.D. in Sport and Exercise psychology, a clinical postdoctoral fellowship in Chemical Dependency, and a Graduate Diploma in Health Psychology. Jeremy has recently returned to Australia after 10 years in  the USA, France, and the UK where he consulted to organisations, ran a private psychology practice, and directed an MSc in Sport and Performance psychology.

In his capacity as a registered psychologist, Jeremy has provided CBT and ACT (see below), for motivational and performance enhancement and behavioural change, with a wide range of clients: an international level triathlete, an Olympic pentathlete, a national level martial artist, national level rowing, basketball and polo teams, and a concert pianist, as well as many sporting and general practice clients. He also has substantial experience in the assessment and treatment of chemical and behavioural addictions, and has published in excess of 10 professional papers in this area.

Jeremy is also the author of : “Managing People in Organisations: Contemporary Theory and Practice”.

In addition to his academic and professional achievements, Jeremy is an authority in outdoor adventure and fitness. He’s a qualified scuba diving instructor, personal trainer, rock-climbing coach, and aerobics instructor. He has competed at a state level in mountain-biking and competitive aerobics, and maintains an active, current interest in physical excellence.

Working from a positive psychology paradigm, Jeremy has an integrated, person-centred approach to psychotherapy that includes:

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Rational emotive behavioural therapy (REBT)

Jeremy will work with you to help you find the best solution to improving your current situation and to continue to improve in the future.

Dr. Toby Croft PhD

Registered Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Toby Croft is a clinical psychologist with over 20 years’ experience with a wide range of clients.  Toby completed a clinical PhD through the UTAS School of Psychology in 1996.  From 1997 to 2006 he worked with a non-government organisation in a range of roles including 1:1 psychology, couples counselling and management.  From 2004 to 2006 he developed an award-winning mental health group program incorporating group fitness activities (weekly group walks and gym sessions) and standard cognitive behavioural exercises and training.   Much of his work was with the long-term unemployed population and he published a series of articles demonstrating the need for proper mental health support and cognitive screening in this population.  Toby also introduced standardised mental health screening (the Work Potential Profile, ACER) to the National Network of Job Network Providers he was employed with.

In 2006, Toby joined the Royal Hobart Hospital in a clinical neuropsychology position providing assessment an opinion on patients recovering from stroke, head injury, dementias and similar neurological problems.  He helped the RHH develop guidelines for assessing legal decision-making competence and provided regular reports and input to the Guardianship and Administration Board of Tasmania.  By 2009 he had formed the RHH Psychology Department and became its first manager.  Toby also pursued research interest and was an associate Investigator on a range of research projects through the Wicking Dementia Centre and UTAS where he supervised students completing Masters and PhD research projects into cognition in Parkinson’s Disease.

In 2014 Toby went into full-time private practice, seeing clients from several medical centres and community centres in the Hon Valley.  Toby sees clients aged 15 and above.  He has a special interest in rehabilitation and geriatric populations.

Toby emphasises a friendly, collaborative style combined with evidence-based treatments.  He principally uses CBT, ACT, Mindfulness approaches, solution-focussed therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD.

Toby is a father to two teenagers and, in his spare time, is a keen outdoor enthusiast and enjoys regular kayaking and bushwalking with photography and film-making of his trips.