Our Newcastle Psychology – Integrative Approach
Sometimes in life, we need a helping hand. We want to help you feel better.
Our Integrative Psychology Newcastle team aim to help people live a happier, healthier and more meaningful life. We do this by assisting them in understanding why they (and others) think, feel and behave in the ways they do. And ultimately provide treatment and psychology tools to help them to cope more effectively with life challenges.
Our Psychology Newcastle Team:
- provide confidential care
- utilise constructive and evidence-based strategies
- offer non-judgemental, empathetic and caring support
- consult in a clinic space that is inclusive and welcoming, creating a gentle space for health, insight, and treatment.
People come to see us for an array of reasons, such as:
- Could Be feel anxious or depressed
- May need help managing a difficult situation in their life
- Feel as though they are always stressed and cant escape
- They have been through some form of trauma
- May want to support the psychological development of their child
- They want to form better relationships with those around them
- You could feel overwhelmed and need clarity
- Want to better understand their mental health
- They want to feel well again
Our Newcastle Psychology Services
Our Services we offer a range psychological treatment for a better quality of life:
Our Integrative Psychologist on the Newcastle in New South Wales
Frequently Asked Questions
Would I need a GP referral to visit a Psychologist?
No you don’t. Many of our patients visit without a referral. However, if you would like to access medicare rebates you’ll have to visit a doctor first. Contact us for specific questions.
What is the number of psychologist sessions covered by Medicare?
People who are qualified for a mental health care plan can get up to 10 individual or group therapy sessions covered under Medicare within one calendar year. When these have been utilized, there are other incentives through medicare that you may be eligible for such as an Enhanced Primary Care Plan (EPC).