Psychological Therapy

Psychological Therapy2023-05-14T08:03:10+00:00

At Ascending Psychology, our therapists are highly qualified to ensure you receive evidenced based psychological therapy and treatment. Within the field, there are numerous different theories as to why certain conditions develop. Each of these theories inform different tools that are designed to improve your functioning and wellbeing

Individual therapy sessions we offer

We are passionate about the delivery of compassionate, informative and effectual change in all our clients lives. Our highly experience team of psychologists each specialise in different areas of therapy and are handpicked by the clinic to provide the highest level of care in the below types of therapy.

Modalities of therapy we offer

Our therapists are all highly trained, working from a variety of modalities to support the individual needs of our community. If you have a preference for the type of psychological therapy you would like, please discuss this with our friendly team when you are making your appointments. Therapy modalities include:

Funding Options

In an attempt to best support the community, we have a number of funding options that can help to subsidise therapy. Some of these are listed below:

Common Referrals:

  1. We accept referrals for the following difficulties:
  2. Acute, Chronic and Emerging Depression or low mood
  3. Acute, Chronic and Emerging Anxiety
  4. Phobias including Social Phobias
  5. Emotional Difficulties, including Grief and Anger
  6. Developmental Difficulties and Behavioural Issues in Children, including Autism Spectrum Disorders
  7. Family and Relationship Therapy
  8. Perinatal Depression
  9. Gender & Identity
  10. Low Self-Esteem & Confidence
  11. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  12. Complex PTSD
  13. Violence and criminal behaviour
  14. Self-harm & Suicidal Risk
  15. Addiction including alcoholism, drug use and gambling
  16. Eating Disorders including Anorexia and Bulimia
  17. Psychosis, Schizophrenia and Delusional Disorders
  18. Bipolar Disorder
  19. Personality Disorders, including Borderline Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Antisocial Personality Disorder

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much does it cost?2023-04-27T06:48:08+00:00

Depending on which service and whether you have an active funding management plan the costs will vary. please see our fee structure page to get an idea of our fee’s and don’t hesitate to ring reception for futher enquiry

Do you offer sessions online?2023-05-04T02:25:30+00:00

We offer both online and phone counselling for those who prefer not to travel into the office, or who live a distance from our clinic. Please Contact us to set up an online or phone appointment

Do you offer concessions?2023-04-25T22:10:09+00:00

We offer concessions if you are eligible for one of the funding programs we are associated with, please see the funding options on this page.

How do I book an appointment2023-05-04T02:27:19+00:00

Please call our friendly team to book an appointment on (02) 6693 2112. We invite future clients to read the bio’s of our psychologists to learn more about their areas of interest. Please note that our psychologists often have waitlists and as a result you may be offered an appointment with the next available clinician to ensure you get the support you need.

How Do I get a referral for a child’s psychological assessment2023-04-30T01:34:14+00:00

Typically the process of getting a referral will start with a GP or psychologist. You can get a medical rebate for certain types of assessments. Contact us for more information

How long will it take to get a legal assessment?2023-05-04T02:42:16+00:00

Assessments can take between 4-8 weeks to complete. Assessments might need to be done over multiple appointments and can include completing both pen and paper and online forms. Thereafter, a report will be prepared.

Who can apply for a legal and forensic assessment?2023-05-04T02:42:44+00:00

Before we can provide a quote for a legal or forensic assessment, we will need instructions form a lawyer. These are typically referred to as the ‘Terms of Reference.’ This helps the psychologist to structure the assessment and provide opinions that are relevant to your case.

Interested in attending Therapy? Contact us for an appointment.

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