The easiest way is to telephone during office hours on (07) 3831 4452. If you call after-hours then you can leave a message and we will return your call as soon as we open.
No, you do not need a doctor’s referral to see a psychologist. If however, you are eligible to claim a Medicare rebate for your consultation then you do need to see a doctor so that the appropriate Medicare paperwork (referred to as a ‘Mental Health Care Plan’ – Item 2710) can be completed.
If you have private health insurance then you might be entitled to a rebate. Each fund is different so it is worth checking with your fund to see what your entitlements are. Also, after seeing your psychologist he or she may suggest that you see your GP in order to ascertain whether you may be eligible for what is known as a Mental Health […]
Yes, some of our psychologists are available for evening and weekend appointments.
Yes, there is a Council car park located just up Wickham Terrace on the opposite side of the road from our building. Public parking stations are also available on Astor Terrace and metered parking can be found on the surrounding streets.
Yes it is. We are situated just one street above Central Station (follow the signs to Wickham Terrace).
We are also easily accessible by bus.
If you are using taxis, there is a taxi rank just a short walk up Wickham Terrace.
For more information please visit our location page
Generally speaking we can find an appointment time that suits you within 24-72 hours.
Each session is approximately one hour in duration.
Generally, counselling typically involves a few weeks of relatively intensive treatment (usually 1 appointment per week), followed by as many maintenance sessions as you and your psychologist feel is appropriate (usually fortnightly or monthly).
Yes, it is common for people to experience some initial nervousness. Our staff and our psychologists are aware of this and will always endeavour to provide a warm and understanding environment in which to help people feel more comfortable.