Psychology and Psychotherapy Services

What is Psychology?

Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and behaviour. Our psychologists are dedicated to understanding individual and group behaviours, utilising scientific methods to explore mental processes. The field encompasses a variety of subfields, including clinical, developmental, social, and cognitive psychology, offering a comprehensive approach to mental well-being.

When to See a Psychologist?

Feel free to visit our psychologists at any time, as no doctor’s referral is needed. It’s beneficial to seek their help if you’re facing mental health issues like depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, grief, addiction, eating disorders, or other challenges impacting your daily life.

Introducing Psychotherapy at Gladstone

Psychotherapy, or “talk therapy”, is a method for treating mental health issues through meaningful conversations. Our psychotherapists assist clients in understanding their feelings, thoughts, and behaviours, helping them cope with life’s challenges in healthier ways.

When Should You Consult a Psychotherapist?

Consulting a psychotherapist is a positive step towards managing mental health, particularly if you’re experiencing persistent sadness, overwhelming anxiety, stress-related difficulties, anger issues, compulsive behaviours, or eating disorders.

Our Approach

We combine evidence-based techniques with personalised care in both psychology and psychotherapy. Recognising that everyone’s journey is unique, we strive to create a supportive and confidential environment for exploration and growth.

Types of Appointments Available

– Individual therapy: Tailored one-on-one counselling.

– Family therapy: Addressing family dynamics and issues.

– Group therapy: A supportive space for shared experiences.

– Couples therapy: Strengthening relationships through better communication.

– Online therapy: Convenient for those unable to attend in person.

– Workshops and seminars: Focused on topics like stress management, self-care, and relationships.

Book Your Appointment

Ready to take the next step? Booking an appointment is straightforward. [Include booking instructions here]. We accept various payment options, including CDM (EPC) plans and private health, and offer flexible scheduling to meet your needs.

Join us at Gladstone for comprehensive mental health support through our expert psychological and psychotherapeutic care.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started with Psychology?

Call your local clinic today to arrange an appointment.

What does a Psychologist session include?

A psychologist session, also known as a therapy session or counselling session, typically includes a meeting between a mental health professional and a patient to discuss the patient’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.

During the session, the psychologist may use a variety of techniques, such as talk therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, or mindfulness, to help the patient understand and work through their issues. The psychologist may ask questions, provide guidance, and give feedback to help the patient explore their feelings and develop coping strategies.

What is the difference between Psychologist and a Counsellor?

One main difference is the level of education and training required. Psychologists typically have more advanced education and training, and are often required to hold a doctoral degree in psychology. Counselors typically have a master’s degree in counseling or a related field.

Do I need a referral to see a Psychologist?

No. You can seek the assistance of a Psychologist independently and self-refer.

Is Psychology claimable under private health insurance?

Yes, Psychology is claimable as an ‘extra’ under private health insurance. The rebate available does differ from fund to fund so check your fund to see your entitlements.

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