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Edward (Eddy) Hua

Psychologist | Director



Master of Psychology Practice (Clinical)

Master of Professional Psychology

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) 


Monday - Friday

10am - 6pm

meet eddy

Eddy is a Registered Psychologist and Co-Founder of thoughts and things.  He has dedicated his learning and career to supporting children, teens, and young adults across a wide range of mental health difficulties. Eddy has frequently supported clients with depression/mood issues, anxiety and panic, emotion dysregulation, opposition /defiance /conduct difficulties, school refusal, obsessive and compulsive disorder, trauma, autism, attention-deficit /hyperactivity disorder, life transitions, sexuality, and gender identity challenges.

As a psychologist, Eddy is committed to providing an inviting, comforting, and warm space through his light-hearted, and easy-going approach. He takes a collaborative, client-centered, and systemic approach to treatment, tailoring his therapy to each client's needs. He takes particular care to balance an acknowledgement of one's challenges, with the ongoing effort to make positive, lasting changes.

Eddy is an integrated therapist experienced in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Schema Therapy, with a strong foundation in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Additionally, he utilizes attachment-based and family systems therapies, and is certified to deliver the Circle of Security Program.


What do you like to do in your spare time?

You'll often find me in the comfort of my home. I could be watching my long list of TV shows and movies, or playing videogames on my Playstation and Nintendo Switch.


When I'm out, I'm usually hanging out with my wonderful partner and our sausage dog Tobi, at the gym, or visiting friends and family. We love good food and company!

What’s your favourite quote?

"I got my knees done" - White Chicks

Where is your favourite travel destination?

I really enjoyed Japan! The food, the people, the sights and scenes, the Pokemon, ... the food! It is definitely on the list for a return trip in the future. 

What does therapy mean to you?

I think it's about firstly understanding why we think, feel, and do the things we do. There is ALWAYS a reason we respond to ourselves or others in a certain way. Having a space to explore these, while you feel really connected and comfortable with your therapist means everything to me. 

I think it's also about building and moving towards a life you want to live. For the many individuals and families I see, this has ranged from building happier, more responsive, and intimate relationships, to feeling more comfortable with ourselves and our own independence. 

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