Our team of Psychologists and Clinical Psychologists are trained professionals who are committed to providing compassionate and personalised support to individuals, couples, families, and groups facing a wide range of psychological and emotional challenges.

What sets our Clinical Psychologists apart?

Our Psychologists offer a range of therapeutic approaches and interventions to help you understand and manage your thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. The confidential and supportive nature of therapy at The Wellness Practice, empowers you to navigate life’s challenges more effectively, whilst improving your mental health, enhancing your quality of life, and contributing to the broader understanding and treatment of mental and emotional wellbeing.

Conditions our Clinical Psychologists can help with:

Mental Health Challenges

Our Psychologists provide support for individuals facing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and mood disorders.

Addiction and Substance Abuse

Individuals struggling with addiction or substance abuse can receive specialised support from Clinical Psychologists to address underlying issues and promote recovery.

Trauma and PTSD

Individuals who have experienced trauma or suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may benefit from therapeutic interventions.

Grief and Loss

Coping with grief and loss can be challenging; Psychologists offer a safe space to process emotions and develop healthy coping mechanisms.

Relationship Issues

Our Psychologists help individuals navigate relationship challenges, offering guidance for communication, conflict resolution, and interpersonal dynamics.

Personality Disorders

Individuals with personality disorders may benefit from the expertise of Clinical Psychologists to manage and improve interpersonal relationships and overall wellbeing.

Stress Management

Individuals seeking strategies to cope with stress, whether related to work, relationships, or life changes, may benefit from psychological support and counselling.

Phobias and Anxiety Disorders

Our Clinical Psychologists provide evidence-based therapies to help individuals manage phobias, panic disorders, and various anxiety-related conditions.

Eating Disorders

Our Clinical Psychologists work with individuals dealing with eating disorders, such as anorexia, bulimia, or binge-eating, providing therapeutic interventions.

Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Children and adults with neurodevelopmental disorders like ADHD or autism can receive support in managing symptoms and improving daily functioning.

Frequently asked questions:

  • Do I need a referral for a Psychologist?

    No, a GP referral is not required. You can easily make an appointment directly with us.

  • What is involved in an initial consultation with a Psychologist?

    At your first appointment with our Psychologist, expect a discussion about your concerns, personal history, and goals. Together, we’ll establish rapport, discuss potential diagnoses, set therapeutic goals, and plan the next steps in your mental health journey.

  • How long is a follow up consultation with a Clinical Psychologist?

    Follow-up consultations are usually 50 minutes.

  • Can I use my private health for my consultation with a Psychologist?

    Yes, initial and follow up consultations are claimable through private health, if you have psychology services as part of your extras cover. The rebate amount will vary depending on your level of cover. Please contact your private health fund to find out what rebate you are entitled to.

  • Does your practice offer the Medicare Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) plan?

    Yes, if you are referred by a GP under the Medicare MHCP plan, you are eligible for up to 10 rebated visits per calendar year with a Psychologist.

  • Can I use my DVA Gold card or a DVA White card for my consultations with a Clinical Psychologist?

    Yes, If you are an eligible DVA card holder, The Wellness Practice directly bills DVA for services. You will not need to pay a gap payment for clinical psychology consultations.

  • Do you have HICAPS?

    Yes our practice has HICAPS facilities, enabling you to claim directly at the time of your appointment – paying only the gap fee.

  • What’s the difference between clinical psychology and counselling?

    Clinical psychology focuses on diagnosing and treating mental illnesses using various therapeutic approaches, while counseling typically addresses specific issues, providing support and guidance without necessarily diagnosing or treating severe mental disorders.

  • What’s the difference between clinical psychology and psychology?

    Clinical psychology is a specialised branch dealing with the assessment and treatment of mental disorders, while psychology encompasses a broader study of human behaviour, including research, therapy, and various subfields.

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