Psychology services

Every day, our Clinical Psychologists help individuals facing all sorts of life's challenges.
Qualified Clinical Psychologists
Our psychologists all have expertise across a number of different types of therapy.
9:00am - 6:00pm
Our psychologists are in high demand, so we encourage you to get in touch as soon as you can to secure an appointment.
In-Clinic and Online services
We now offer Telehealth services in addition to our in-clinic services. We will help you figure out which platform is right for you.

We can help with the following challenges and more


Depression and Bipolar Disorders are more common than most people realise. Don’t suffer in silence.


Our brains and bodies have natural responses to distressing events, but sometimes these defenses can remain even after the threat is gone.


Self-harm can be a strategy for coping when other coping mechanisms aren’t available.


Everybody has anxiety every now and then, but it shouldn’t stop you from enjoying your everyday life.


Hallucinations and delusions can be deeply distressing, especially when your experiences aren’t recognized by others.

Personality Disorders

Persistent and pervasive psychological difficulties are hard for the sufferer, but certainly don’t need to stay that way.

Eating Disorders

Challenges with eating too much or too little can often disguise deeper psychological tensions.

Relationship Problems

Healthy and robust relationships form the foundations of a fulfilling psychological life.

Adjustment Difficulties

Adjusting to big transitions in life can be difficult and it sometimes helps to have a professional see you through.

Clinic Hours

605, 10 Help Street Chatswood NSW


Losing someone you love is an immeasurably difficult experience that most all of us will experience at some point in our lives.


Problems with excessive obsessions and/or compulsions can be debilitating for sufferers.


"The good life is a process, not a state of being"

- Carl Rogers
What can I expect from my first session?

People often feel anxious and apprehensiven prior to their first session. You don’t need to prepare a coherent narrative or story to tell your psychologist. Just show up, and your psychologist will help guide you through the process.

In the first session, your psychologist will want to know what’s brought you to therapy. They may also ask about other important facets of your life, such as who you live with, what you do for fun, and what interests you.

Your psychologist may also discuss what therapy will look like and any next steps forward.

Don’t worry! There’s no pressure to talk about anything you don’t feel comfortable talking about.

How many sessions will I need?

It’s difficult to say how many sessions you will need with your psychologist, and many clients find that they attend therapy for a much shorter, or longer, period of time than they initially expected. You will bring your own unique experiences and challenges to therapy, and ultimately it is up to you to decide how long you will need. Your psychologist will work with you to determine when it is the right time to end therapy.

What's the difference between a Clinical Psychologist and a Psychiatrist?

Don’t feel bad – even we still get confused sometimes!

The main difference between psychologists and psychiatrists is that a psychiatrist can prescribe medications. Psychologists, on the other hand, specialise in talking therapies.

Both types of treatment have shown to be effective for mental health issues. And studies demonstrate that talking therapies are just as effective at treating common mental health disorders than medication.

Can I claim money back for my sessions?

Yes, with a Mental Health Care Plan from your GP you can claim money back for your first 10 sessions every year. You will need to get a GP to write a referral with your psychologist’s name on it prior to your first session, and you should bring this referral to your first appointment.

Our convenient billing system will claim your Medicare rebate for you and send it straight to your nominated bank account. No need to fill out any complicated forms!