Therapeutic services for children,
teens and adults
At Children’s and Teens’ Therapy Services, we understand that life can present us with challenges, and may be socially and emotionally. That’s why we are here to support individuals who are affected by range of mental health conditions and/or disabilities.
Our mission is to empower you to overcome your struggles and lead a fulfilling life by equipping you with the skills and tools. with a range of evidence-based, practical, and personalized strategies to help you live your best life.
In addition, Children’s and Teens’ Therapy Services proudly collaborates with a multidisciplinary team of skilled in-house therapists, including psychologists, behaviour support practitioners, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, physiotherapists, and dieticians. With our comprehensive range of allied health services, we provide a convenient one-stop shop to address all your therapeutic and assessment needs.
How can our Psychologists help?
Below are some examples of how a psychologist may assist you:
- Dealing with mental health conditions and disabilities
- Emotional Difficulties
- Stress & Burnout
- Relationship Breakdowns
- Personal Growth & Wellbeing
- Life Changes
- Overcoming Social Anxiety
- Eating & Body Concerns
- Coping with problems with drugs, alcohol or substances
NDIS PSYCHOLOGY SERVICES
Children’s and Teens’ Therapy Services is a Registered NDIS Provider.
Many people living with a disability or mental health conditions can access funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to receive psychological services to help them live their best lives possible.
- Individual Psychology
- Positive Behaviour Support Plans (PBSP)
- Psychosocial Recovery Coaching
ONLINE PSYCHOLOGY (TELEHEALTH)
Psychology supports Australia-WIDE.
Online therapy appointments work exactly the same way as to face to face appointments, except we deliver therapy via phone or video chat.
This can help if you have a busy schedule and can’t make regular in-person appointments, or if you live remotely.
WHAT TO EXPECT ON THE FIRST VISIT?
On your first appointment with one of our Psychologists, you will be asked about any concerns and your goals for therapy. The session lasts 45 minutes in clinic or over the phone, whichever you prefer.
If you are a parent or caregiver and the appointment is for your child, the first appointment will be a parent-only session, and we kindly ask this be done over the phone, via telehealth or in the Centre.
We accept referrals from North Coast Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health, NDIS, Mental Health Care Plans, and fee-for-service; call us today to find out more.
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- Psychological assessments are used as part of a comprehensive evaluation to inform a range of diagnoses.
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
- Oppositional Defiance Disorders
- Conduct Disorders
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Anxiety Disorders
- Mood Disorders
We offer clinical and standardised assessments. To see more information or what assessments we offer click below.