Psychology Clinic

Our psychology service offers counselling for people from ages 3 through to older adulthood.  We have a team of over 20 psychologists across multiple locations who are highly skilled in various areas and have experience working with different client groups.  Some of the things we can help with include:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma

  • Grief and Loss

  • Relationship problems

  • Divorce and separation

  • Sexual issues

  • Pre and post-natal issues

  • Parenting and family matters

  • Emotional regulation

  • Substance use and abuse

  • Criminal issues

  • Phobias

  • Panic

  • Stress

  • Self-esteem

  • Student related issues

  • Court reports (fee involved)


In addition to our clinic we have an established telehealth service and, if suitable, can deliver our sessions through video call using our secure telehealth platform. 

Medicare, NDIS, TAC, Workcover & VOCAT

All Psychologists at United Minds are registered providers under Medicare.  Our Psychologists are also registered TAC and Workcover providers and we have a number of psychologists who can support Victims of Crime clients.

United Minds is a registered NDIS provider under Therapeutic Supports.   

Home Visit

If coming into an office is not possible and our telehealth service is not suitable, we may be able to deliver our service onsite within your home, at your local community centre or support service.  This is a limited service and suitability is assessed on a case by case basis.


Information about our fees can be found by clicking the 'fee schedule' button below. We have also included a button linking you to further information on ways you to access financial assistance for our service.

Financial Difficulties

If you are in financial hardship or if paying for private sessions will place you in hardship, you may be eligible to access free counselling or bulk billed psychology through our community service program.  

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