Our counselling services are free. A one-off payment may apply to cover the cost of materials that have to be purchased.
Referrals from school and medical professionals are welcomed but not required. Clients or parents can simply contact us and make an appointment. Each referral is subject to an intake process and approval.
As we are a teaching clinic staffed by clinicians in training, we cannot accept referrals for clients presenting with high risk, acute or severe mental health issues. We are also unable to provide legal or court reports.
The clinic provides client-centred, evidence-based interventions and support for a range of mental health concerns. This may include individuals, couples and families seeking assistance with:
We provide a range of formal psychological assessment packages for children, adolescents and adults. All assessments involve a comprehensive interview, psychometric testing, a report and a feedback session. Assessments can be offered in the following areas:
Contact us for more information about our waiting list and current fee schedule.
Education seminars and intervention groups are offered during the year. These groups reflect the area of expertise of our supervising staff and provide the opportunity to target specific issues in a structured manner. Group treatment can be before or after individual treatment, or it can be attended independently of other interventions.
Programs offered may cover the following areas:
Outreach packages are available to preschools, schools, disability and aged care providers.
The Clinic does not provide any crisis support. If you are in a crisis, at risk of harm or needing an immediate support, please contact the following services:
We're available 9am–5pm AEDT,
Monday to Friday
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