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Services

Medical & Allied Health Professional Support

We have clinicians across Australia who are accredited to provide treatment under Medicare. Our psychologists use evidence based techniques, combined with a friendly, energetic and personal approach to assist clients to improve their lives. We are committed to working in conjunction with medical practitioners and other allied health professionals to promote the best possible outcome for their clients.

SUPPORTING

General Practitioners

Psychiatrists

Physiotherapists

Occupational Therapists

Social Workers

Exercise Physiologists

Rehabilitation Counsellors & Consultants

Providing counselling interventions to support employees suffering from occupational injuries or conditions secondary to accident or injury. We offer counselling interventions designed to support individuals in their aspirations to overcome barriers and achieve rehabilitation goals.

SUPPORT SERVICES

MANAGING ANXIETY

Psychological treatment aims to help anxiety sufferers reduce anxiety by eliminating beliefs or behaviors that help to maintain the anxiety disorder. Treatment may incorporate: information and education about anxiety, slow breathing training, relaxation techniques, cognitive therapy, exposure therapy, assertiveness training, relapse prevention and anxiety management techniques.

ADJUSTING TO DISABILITY AND FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS

Psychological intervention will assist individual’s progress through the stages of disability, and help in resolving any difficulties experienced along the way. As a result, clients will experience an increase in confidence and self-esteem.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can be used to assist with the correction of distorted assumptions about what it means to deviate from norms about appearance and bodily function. Cognitive approaches provide a modality for focusing on core issues in the adjustment process, to help reduce the tendency to magnify risks associated with new activities, and to change dysfunctional belief systems that impede adjustment.

CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT

CPsychological treatment aims to help chronic pain sufferers change their negative, unhelpful, unrealistic thoughts. The ability to cope with chronic pain requires a fundamental shift in thinking. Research has shown that having realistic, helpful thoughts is an important part of pain management. Treatment may incorporate: relaxation techniques, distraction techniques, the pacing of activity and challenging negative thoughts and beliefs about pain, other stressors, the future and disability.