FAQ

Counselling is beneficial for those suffering from any personal or relationship problem, whether it is a serious issue or simply something that you wish to address in your life. Counselling (or ‘talking therapy’) can assist in clarifying confusion and/or providing you with strategies to help you increase your emotional and psychological well being. Counselling from a Psychologist can help in the following ways:

  • Build self confidence and self esteem
  • Manage painful memories and emotional issues
  • Anxiety treatment
  • Assist in improving the quality of relationships by teaching effective communication and conflict resolution strategies.

Contact us online or call us on 1300830687 to arrange counselling in one of our locations.

Yes. Any matters discussed with the Psychologist remain private and confidential. Information will remain confidential to all parties unless you give written consent to release information.

The number of sessions required depends on your presenting problem and personal needs…. You can discuss this with your psychologist after the first session.

Each session with a Psychologist lasts approximately 45-60 minutes.

To find out more about our fees please phone us on 1300830687. Please note that you may be entitled to a Medicare rebate or Health fund rebate (see below).

The Medicare Rebate is obtainable to clients who are referred by their general practitioner (GP). The Medicare rebate makes accessing a Psychologist more affordable by offering a considerable rebate to clients for 10 sessions per calendar year.

You will need to arrange an appointment with your GP to discuss the Mental Health Care Plan. Once you have your care plan simply call us on 1300830687 and make an appointment to see a Psychologist in one of our locations.

Yes. If you have extras cover you will be able to claim a rebate from your health fund provider. As the rebate varies depending on your level of cover please call your Health Provider for more information.

We have a range of qualified Psychologists who offer various types of therapies depending on your individual needs. All of our Psychologists use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT); some offer short term therapy while others focus on longer term therapy for more complex issues. (Please see ‘About our Psychologists‘ for specific areas of expertise.) We offer a full range of relationship counselling, marriage counselling and depression counselling.

Our expert Psychologists have a range of techniques they utilise to assist children and adolescents with any issues they may have; such as issues at school, bullying, abuse, mental health issues, conflict with parents and so on. Contact us to arrange an appointment with a child Psychologist.

Yes Psychologists at New View Psychology can write reports for court matters, custody matters, Victims of crime, TAC clients, WorkCover matters, schools, doctors, and Centrelink. Please note that we do request pre-payment before a report is released.

Yes. New View Psychology has senior Psychologists trained in administering psychological tests to children as young as three years of age. Please phone us on 1300830687 to discuss this further.

As from the 1st of November you are entitled to 10 sessions per calendar year (Jan to Dec). Therefore, if your GP refers you in July and you use all your sessions by November you are entitled to another 10 the following January. You DO NOT have to wait 12 months from the date of the referral (i.e. you do not have to wait until the following July to be referred by your GP)*.

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