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Conduct regular sessions with your chosen psychologist over video calls.

If you already have a Mental Health Treatment Plan, Get Started to register then choose your areas of interest and a psychologist to suit your needs.

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Therapeutic Rapport is the relationship you build with your psychologist. Research has shown that it can be as important as any other factor in the success of therapy. We focus on matching you to the right psychologist. We have psychologists with a wide range of areas of interest, including those listed below and many more. Click get started to build your profile and be matched to psychologists who suit your needs.

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Speak to a psychologists with specific skills and experience in these areas.

Our psychologists are also skilled in many other areas so if you want to talk about a topic not listed here, simply ask us.

Hover on a topic below for insights.

Anxiety
Anxiety

The most commonly diagnosed mental illness. Symptoms include feelings of restlessness, on edge, racing heart, tenseness, worry, quick breathing and avoiding situations.

Depression
Depression

Feeling sad, restless, worthless, nervous, tired or hopeless for no apparent reason and without anything calming you down is a sign of depression. One in seven Australians experience.

Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders

Eating disorders impact your physical and emotional health along with those around you. Remember, anyone can have an unhealthy relationship with food so anyone can have an eating disorder.

Managing Stress
Managing Stress

Stress can be a helpful tool but 77% of people say their stress affects their physical health and 91% of Australians say they are stressed about something important to them. There are ways of managing irritability, fatigue, anxiety and disinterest stress symptoms.

Relationships
Relationships

You deserve to be happy in your relationships with family and partners so learning about them in a safe environment, especially when your relationships are under stress, can be helpful.

Family Illness
Family Illness

Family illness can take a toll on you and your loved ones. Learning to deal with the emotions of family illness can help you and your loved ones overcome these difficult times.

NDIS
NDIS

The goal of therapeutic supports for individuals on the NDIS is to improve independence and enable your participation in daily, practical activities.

Motivation
Motivation

Everyone feels unmotivated occasionally. If it starts to affect your daily activities or those around you gaining skills to help deal with it can improve your life.

Grief & Loss
Grief & Loss

In grief counselling children and adults can learn to cope with loss following major life events. With 1 in 10 individuals developing a prolonged grief disorder after such an event, it is important to gain the skills to help you cope now.

Addiction
Addiction

The misuse or abuse of alcohol or drugs can have an impact on individuals and families. Working through the underlying causes with a psychologist can help you stay clean and cope with life stressors.

Children
Children

Children may see a psychologist to help with learning, behavioural, emotional or mental health concerns. With almost 14 per cent of Australian children experiencing a mental health issue in the past 12 months it is important to get children help when they need it.

Aboriginal
Aboriginal

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders may experience and deal with mental health issues in different ways. Understanding this and the importance of spirituality can play an important role in therapy.

LGBTQI
LGBTQI

Gender, identity and sexuality are separate but interrelated concepts that can look different for everyone. Acceptance and understanding are important factors in emotional wellbeing. Talking things through may be one of the best things you can do to help your future self.

Bushfires
Bushfires

A traumatic event such as a bushfire can impact lives in many ways and recovery can take a long time.

Adolescents
Adolescents

Adolescence is a tricky time for many children as your body, emotions and lives change. Talking about those feelings and thoughts can help.

Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence

With 2.2 million Australians having experienced physical violence and 3.6 million emotional violence from a partner, the emotional toll put on Australians by their partners is immense. Reaching out for help now is the best way to help you cope.

Workcover
Workcover

After experiencing a workplace accident early treatment and support can reduce the impact of poor mental health. Reaching out now is the best way to overcome your worries.

Trauma
Trauma

Stress reactions can develop after witnessing a traumatic event to ourselves or others. Over time with a psychologist, you can make sense of what happened and the feelings of sadness, fear, anger and grief you are experiencing.

Anger
Anger

When anger becomes uncontrollable or unexpressed it may lead to destructive thoughts or actions which harm yourself or those around you. A psychologist can teach you the necessary skills to manage overwhelming emotions and respond to anger with appropriate behaviour.