Caloundra Psychology- Introducing your team of Psychologists
Caloundra Psychology clinic is friendly and warm, creating a gentle space for you.
When you visit our Caloundra Psychologists, you can be assured that we are committed to providing you with comprehensive health care that is confidential, empathetic filled, non-judgemental and practical.
Our psychologists are trained professionals with experienced knowledge and clinical skills. They aim to build a supportive and empathetic relationship with each client, through actively listening to and understanding each individual’s unique situation, emotions, feelings, thoughts, beliefs, behaviours and actions, and providing support and guidance throughout the process.
Psychological conditions our Caloundra Psychologists treat a wide range for mental health and are evidence-based:
- Adjustment disorders – incl. chronic illness and disease diagnosis, marital separation, job loss
- Anxiety and panic
- Autism spectrum disorders in children, teens and adults
- Child delopmental, learning and behavioural issues, incl. comprehensive assessments
- Cognitive-behavioural management – incl. eating disorders, cigarette & alcohol dependency
- Depression or Anxiety
- Fears and Phobias
- Grief and loss
- Lifestyle advise and guidance
- Marriage and Couples Counselling
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Pain management
- Personality disorders
- Post-natal depression (PND) and parenting education
- Pregnancy anxiety and depression
- Relationship issues – incl. couples, families, workplace discord & premarital counselling
- Sleeping issues
- Social Anxiety
- Suicide prevention
- Trauma (acute and PTSD)
Our Caloundra Team:
We believe that talking to a psychologist is for everyone. Whether it’s a once off chat, support through a period of time, or regular ongoing support to help you.
We offer empathetic, non-judgemental, and caring support through constructive and evidence-based strategies in a clinic space that is warm, inclusive and welcoming.
Regularly help with Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Grief, PTSD, Career change, and Marriage Counselling.
If you or someone you know is ‘on the fence’ about chatting to a psychologist, we encourage you to give our friendly team a call to see our we can support your individual circumstances and recommend a psychologist that is best suited to you.
Meet our team
Frequently asked questions
No you don’t. Many of our patients see us without a referral. But if you would like to access medicare rebates you will need to see a doctor first. Contact us for specific questions.
People who are eligible for a mental health care plan can receive up to 10 individual or group therapy sessions covered under Medicare in one calendar year. Once these have been used, there are other incentives through medicare that you may be eligible for such as an Enhanced Primary Care Plan (EPC).
We do offer a limited number of bulk billing sessions (subject to criteria)
A mental health care plan is a plan that your GP writes about treating and managing a mental health condition.
It enables you to access certain allied health professionals, such as psychologists, social workers or occupational therapists who can provide you with psychological support.
Mental health care plans are a part of the Better Access initiative, which aims to improve access to mental health care services through Medicare. Read More
For a limited number of people who meet an eligibility criteria, we may be able to provide 100% Medicare bulk billed sessions (with a doctors referral). Please call the clinic to discuss.
We have Psychologists who are specially trained and experienced in all ages Toddlers, Children, Teenagers and Adults.