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Therapist in Melbourne: Find the right person for you
Looking for a therapist in Melbourne? Our team of Clinical Psychologists have the expertise to help you. We match you with the best Psychologist for your needs. With personalised care from your first phone call and Psychologists who are warm, caring and supportive. We are focused upon providing you with the very best treatment available.
Our consulting rooms are designed with your well-being in mind and sessions are individualised to your needs. Therapies are always evidence based, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Mindfulness Based CBT, ACT Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Schema Therapy.
If you are experiencing trauma, depression, or anxiety then take the first step now.
We can help with
Anxiety and Worry
Eating Disorders: Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge eating and body image worries
Insomnia and sleeping problems
Trauma and PTSD
Grief, loss and adjustment to change
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD
FAQ’s for seeing a Clinical Psychologist
What happens in the first session?
The first session is all about understanding what has brought you to therapy and what your concerns are. Your Psychologist will ask a few questions about your current concerns and what you are hoping to achieve. We may ask some specific questions about symptoms and how long you have had these symptoms. It can help to talk a little about your family as well as experiences that you have had growing up. All these questions help us to understand you and help us to design the type of therapy that will suit you.
Will you make me face my fears?
This is a common question when you are thinking about getting help for anxiety. One of the key parts of therapy is collaboration. Every step of the way will be a collaboration between you and your Psychologist. To begin you will learn about anxiety and how it affects you, and the strategies to reduce the feelings of anxiety. Then you will gradually work towards being able to cope really well with more difficult situations.
Can I continue to take medication when I’m attending therapy?
We work with you and your prescribing doctor to help develop a treatment plan that will lead to success in managing anxiety or alleviating depression. It is important that you discuss with your doctor the best plan for medication.
How long will it take for positive changes?
It makes sense that you would like a time frame for how long before you feel relief from depression or anxiety. The time frame can differ depending on how long you have been experiencing symptoms, the strategies you have been using to cope, and the medications you may be taking. Anxiety reduction and mood improvement tends to be experienced in stages. Many people experience relief in the first couple of sessions and gradually sustain improvement over months. It is important to keep in mind that your Psychologist will work with you to develop the treatment pathway that best suits you.