We provide individual therapy sessions. These sessions are usually 1 hour in length.
Initially a thorough assessment is conducted to allow the development of the best treatment plan. Treatment options will be discussed during the initial appointment.
Most common mental health problems are eligible under the Better Access to Mental Health Care initiative introduced in November 2006.
All Sunshine Coast Clinical Psychology practitioners are registered with Medicare. This practice is committed to providing affordable, quality, comprehensive mental health services to the Sunshine Coast. Medicare rebates can vary depending upon client circumstances, length of session and the type of service provided by the Psychologist.
Psychological Problems and Difficulties Treated at Sunshine Coast Clinical Psychology
At present, this practice can accept referrals through the Medicare Better Access to Mental Health Care Scheme for patients with the following disorders who would benefit from a structured approach to the management of their mental health needs:
- Relationship & marital difficulties
- Sexual and gender issues
- Pain management
- Eating disorders and body image problems
- Self development
- Grief and loss
- Phobic Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder
- Social Phobia
- Panic Disorder
- Adjustment disorder
- Unexplained somatic complaints
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Mixed anxiety and depression
- Sleep problems
- Chronic/acute psychotic disorders