Psychologists are trained in the use of a wide range of methods and techniques with demonstrated effectiveness in treating mental health difficulties. Psychologists do not prescribe medication. They use psychological education, cognitive behavioural therapies, narrative therapy and solution focused
therapy to assist clients to make positive changes in their lives.
During your appointment, the psychologist will explain and discuss treatment options and together you will work out a treatment plan.
The psychologist bulk bills through the Medicare Scheme (10 sessions per year). First, ask your GP to arrange a Mental Health Care Plan and then contact us to make an appointment with the psychologist.
Areas of specialty
Mental health issues, depression, anxiety, anger, behaviour management, bullying, domestic & family violence, complex trauma, grief & bereavement, body image
Confidentiality & its limits
The professional relationship you have with your psychologist means that whatever you discuss will be treated as private and confidential except:
- if you choose to provide written consent to share your information with someone else (e.g. GP, psychiatrist, caseworker).
- if your psychologist becomes concerned that you pose a danger or risk to yourself or to someone else.
- If your psychologist is ordered by a court or is required by law to disclose your records.