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Our Services

We are a Family Psychology Practice with extensive experience in working with children, adolescents and families delivering a range of assessments and treatments to improve wellbeing.

We assess and treat a range of mental health difficulties. 


  • Cognitive functioning from pre-school to adult 

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  •  Functional Assessments 

  •  Mental Health Assessments

  •  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder



  • Depression and Mood Disorders

  • Anxiety Disorders inclusive of OCD

  • Challenging Behavior

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Low self-esteem and interpersonal difficulties

  • Bullying and friendship concerns

  • Eating Disorders

  • Trauma and attachment difficulties

  • Mental Health difficulties related to medical conditions

We care about your privacy and protect it at all times in line with the Australian Psychological Society's code of ethics and Australian privacy laws. All personal information gathered by our Psychologists and administration staff during the provision of the psychological service will remain strictly confidential and will be kept secure at all times.

However, please note that under specific circumstances, there may be limits to your confidentiality and we may be required to share your information if: 

1.  Your file is subpoenaed by a court

2.  Our failure to disclose the information would place you, your child or another person at serious and imminent risk

3. You and your child’s prior approval has been obtained to:

             a) provide a written report to another professional or agency, eg. a GP, school etc; or

             b) discuss the material with another person, eg. your child’s school; or

4.  Disclosure is otherwise required or authorised by law.

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Your privacy is protected

A Note Regarding Legal Reports and Proceedings

It is the policy of Psychology 806 that we do not provide legal/court reports and Psychologists are not available to attend court proceedings.


Please note that the Psychologists are not available for extended discussions via telephone or email. In the interests of client safety, issues should be discussed in person during sessions.

We do not accept new clients who have current Family Court proceedings. We recommend services such as Relationships Australia, Child and Family Services or school welfare staff over this period.

Practice Policy Regarding Animals

Please note that we do not allow pets to be brought into our clinic for the consideration and comfort of all clients. The exceptions are Assistance Dogs who have undergone their yearly Public Access Test which needs to be submitted to reception prior to the visit.

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