We have an extensive and diverse selection of Psychologists and Counsellors to choose from. You can use our Find Your Psychologist tool to help best match you with a practitioner based on your needs, or give our support team a call and they’ll help you.
We don’t just help individuals, we can also help relationships. Relationships are wonderful things, but they can have their own issues. Seeing a relationship therapist can help you and your partner through this difficulty to get you back on your feet.
We understand the importance of supporting children and adolescents in their mental and emotional well-being. Our dedicated team provide a safe and nurturing environment where children and adolescents can express themselves, explore their emotions, and develop the skills needed to thrive.
We can provide psychological services to individuals who are eligible for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding. For NDIS participants, the scheme funds supports that assist you to live an ordinary life.
Our Workcover (SIRA) Psychologists can provide assessment, treatment and assistance to help clients overcome the challenges associated with an work related injury. We take a holistic approach as we understand these injuries can impact an individual’s social, professional and personal functioning.
We have several approved Victims Services counsellors and psychologists, offering both telehealth and face-to-face consultations. All practitioners who deliver Victims Support services go through an application and approval process, therefore, you can be assured that our team has the experience on hand to help you through your time of need.
Open Arms is a free and confidential counselling service for current and past members of the Australian Defence Force, as well as their families. This service is run by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
We offer various psychometric tests, such as the WIAT-III, the WISC-V, the WAIS-IV and the WPPSI-IV. We also offer ADHD testing for adults and children. Click below to learn more about each test.
The Work and Development Order (WDO) Scheme is a NSW initiative that allows vulnerable people to clear outstanding fines (penalty notice and court fines) with activities or treatment rather than money.
If you are unable to attend your appointment in-person, all of our practitioners offer consultations via phone or video call. This can also be an alternative to paying the cancellation fee.
An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential psychological service that an employer provides to their employees, free of charge. The aim of the service is to support the mental well-being of the employee in the workplace, as well as in their personal lives.