In a given year, one out of five Australians experience a mental disorder. Nearly 50% of Australians have suffered from a mental disorder at least once during their lifetime. In the last few years, psychological care has been more recognized as part of healthcare that people have a right to receive if they need it.
Someone that may benefit from mental health services might not necessarily meet the diagnostic criteria for a specific psychological disorder. Rather, there is a whole population of people that are living with mental health concerns that impede their quality of life.
If you or someone you know might be feeling like they need to see a psychologist, then we encourage you to book an appointment or make an inquiry with us.
How can a psychologist help?
On the surface, a session with a psychologist might just look like sitting and talking about your feelings. In reality, psychologists are trained professionals that are equipped to help you overcome your mental health struggles. They select evidence-based techniques to treat mental disorders.
Psychologists utilize therapeutic approaches that are meant to help you overcome the challenges that you’re experiencing. In the same way that you would see a physician for a physical ailment, a psychiatrist will give you the right care for your mental health. Your psychologist may also teach you skills to help you manage even outside of therapy so that you leave your sessions more equipped to deal with your daily reality.
What problems can our psychologists help you with?
Psychologists are professionals that are equipped to assess, diagnose, and treat people with mental disorders as well as handle a broad range of mental health concerns.
Our psychologists are trained to handle a wide spectrum of mental health concerns, so any problem is welcome. We are open to seeing anyone that feels they need a psychologist – there is no concern that is too small for us to help you with.
Therapy is a safe space for you to share what you are feeling. We work with you to come up with solutions that fit your circumstances and help you acquire the skills that you need to overcome the challenges you might be facing.
Seeing our psychologists could be good for you if you need help with any of the following:
- Issues with confidence or self-esteem
- Issues with anger or self-control
- Depression or anxiety
- Trauma (PTSD)
- Substance abuse or addiction
- Grief, adjusting to the loss of a loved one
- Adjusting to a major life change
- Relationship or marriage issues
- Conflicts or disagreements within the family
- Problems with sex or sexuality
Services We Offer
We offer multiple services for all your mental health needs. The psychologists that are part of our team can help with whatever circumstances you might be facing.
Available with us are the following psychological services:
- Counselling Psychologist
- Clinical Psychologist
- Child Psychologist
- Couples Counselling
- Family Counselling, Family Therapy
- Sex Therapy
- Sleep Psychologist
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I find a psychologist in Perth with the specialist experience that I am looking for?
If you would like to search for a wide range of psychologists, you may use the Australian Psychology Society’s Find a Psychologist page. However, you can also look for psychologists in collectives or companies, such as ours. If you would like to learn more about the psychologists on our team and how they can help you, do not hesitate to contact us.
Can I afford a psychologist in Perth? How much does seeing a psychologist cost? Can I get Medicare rebates when seeing a psychologist?
The Australian Psychology Society recommends a rate of $267 per 46 to 60 minutes of consultation with a psychologist. Depending on the particular psychologist that you come to see, we charge a fee that is similar to this range. You can get Medicare rebates when seeing a psychologist if provided that you have been referred to one by your GP.
Where can I study to become a psychologist in Perth?
To start with undergraduate studies to become a psychologist, you may check out any bachelor’s degree in psychology program that has been accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).
Why Choose Us?
Our team of psychologists are committed to giving you the highest quality of care. We are extremely passionate and motivated advocates of mental health and believe that psychological care is a right that every person should be able to receive.
Our team of psychologists are all professionals that have abundant experience and high levels of skill in their respective fields. We are devoted to working with and for you to achieve a state of mental health that will allow you to live life the way that you envision.
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