Angie is a perinatal psychologist based in South Australia. She offers specialised counselling for parents and parents-to-be who are experiencing difficulties with their mental and emotional health related to conception, pregnancy, or early parenting.

Her service is available face to face or via telehealth, and can benefit anyone finding parenting more difficult than expected.

Angie supports women, men and all parents in their journey to become the parent they want to be, helping them find joy and fulfilment.

If you are struggling with any aspect of early parenting, consider reaching out to Angie for expert and compassionate support.


About Angie Willcocks

I am a psychologist with extensive experience in helping clients overcome problems such as depression, anxiety, grief, perinatal depression, perinatal anxiety, and relationship difficulties.
I have a particular passion for working with everyday people who are striving to improve their lives. I offer psychological counselling to individuals and couples in my Norwood and Mt Barker offices, as well as via Telehealth.
Throughout my career, I have developed a keen interest in a holistic approach to mental health.
I believe that psychologists should consider dietary and lifestyle factors when creating treatment plans to improve clients' emotional and physical well-being. My diverse experience includes working in community mental health centre, non-government organisations, and private practices in both South Australia and New South Wales. I have  co-written a book on baby sleep, contributed to Mining Family Matters , and am a regular contributor to Emerging Minds, including this podcast. 
I hold a Bachelor of Health Sciences with First Class Honours in Psychology from the University of Adelaide, a Masters of Counselling Psychology from Macquarie University in Sydney, and a Ph.D. from the University of South Australia. My Masters thesis explored psychological factors related to a successful transition to parenthood and my PhD examined diet and perinatal mental health. 
I am committed to providing personalised and compassionate support to help clients overcome challenges and achieve their goals. I believe that a holistic and collaborative approach is essential for promoting mental and emotional well-being, and I strive to incorporate this philosophy into my work in a way that suits your individual needs.
Please contact The Centre for Health & Wellbeing in Norwood on 08 8332 4100 or Adelaide Hills O&G in Mt Barker on 08 7123 4137 to book appointments.


Having a baby is a major life change, and many people find becoming a parent more difficult than they thought it would be. Adjusting to all the changes throughout pregnancy, birth and the early weeks and months is challenging and research shoes that 10-20% of women and up to  and will 10% of men will experience anxiety and/or depression at this time.

For more information see PANDA or COPE

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*Please note that this is not a crisis or emergency service* If you or someone you know needs immediate assistance for mental health concerns please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 mental health triage in your state (13 14 65 in SA) or attend your nearest Emergency Department. In South Australia you can also attend the Urgent Care Centre. For more information on this service see