Psychology

Our Psychology Service

Looking after ourselves not just physically but emotionally has never been more important.

 

At Good Prospects, we deliver holistic, client-centred and evidence-based psychology services. Our friendly and professional team of Provisional Psychologists – working under the supervision of a Consultant Psychologist – can assist with a range of concerns.

 

Psychology services can be beneficial for people navigating stress, conflict, relationship issues or mental health concerns. We can also support people facing the challenges of a new diagnosis or ongoing physical illness or disability – and their carers – offering guidance, coping strategies, and support to navigate this journey.

 

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Who is our Psychology service for?

Psychology services can positively impact people of all ages and at all life stages.

 

Our Psychology service caters for full fee paying private clients. We can also support NDIS participants with NDIS Plans by providing therapy, progress reviews, reporting, support letters and other services related their Plan.

 

We are currently unable to provide subsidised psychology sessions under Medicare (Mental Health Care Plans).

 

We do not currently diagnose autism spectrum disorder but welcome clients who are diagnosed and seeking support.

 

We are an inclusive organisation and welcome clients from all genders, belief systems and backgrounds. Among our Psychology team, we have speakers of languages including Persian (Farsi) Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi and Polish.

Psychology services can assist with:

  • Grief – Working through the loss of a loved one.
  • Mental illness – Supporting clients to manage mental illnesses such as Depression, Anxiety or PTSD.
  • AddictionHelping clients struggling with addiction to alcohol or other drugs.
  • RelationshipsSupporting people to resolve conflict and build stronger relationships.
  • Techniques and strategiesHelping build skills and strategies for coping with distress and improving mental health.

 

Contact Us

Want to find out more about our Psychology service or book an appointment?

Contact our friendly team today on 08 8182 3335 or make an enquiry through our online form at the link below.

 

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