Beth Reid

Clinical Psychologist – MAPS, MPsych (Clin), BPsych (Hons) 

Beth works with adults experiencing a range of mental health concerns. Some of these concerns include people experiencing anxiety, panic attacks, depression, grief/loss, addiction, difficulties with self image, and adjustment to life stressors. Beth has a particular interest in working with women during the perinatal period, a time when women can struggle adjusting to significant physical, emotional, and lifestyle changes and is a recognised Medicare provider of perinatal non-directive counselling.

Beth has teamed with Flight Experience to provide individuals the Fear of Flying treatment program. Approximately one in four people experience significant distress flying or thinking about flying. Fear of flying can be associated with aviophobia, a fear of death, claustrophobia, or a combination of all three. The program is a unique combination of individual CBT psychological treatment sessions with Beth, an education session with a commercial airline pilot, and a flight with a trained fear of flying instructor in a Boeing 737 flight simulator. The program is structured over four individual sessions to help people overcome their specific fear related to flying.

Beth believes in creating an autonomous therapeutic environment based on respect and trust, with a focus on helping clients take active steps toward what is important and meaningful in their lives. Practicing clinically, Beth uses a combination of evidence-based therapeutic strategies (including Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) to create an integrated and tailored approach to psychological therapy.

Beth is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia, a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS), and endorsed as a provider of psychology services and perinatal non-directive counselling services with Medicare.


Beth sees clients on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday each week, and alternate Saturday’s. If you have a question for Beth please click here. Alternately please contact Bulimba Psychology to arrange an appointment on 3899 1455 or email