Psychologists equip people with the skills needed to function better and to prevent problems such as work stress, relationship troubles and coping with illness that's seriously affecting your life.
The Clinic specialises in cognitive-behavioural therapy and psychodynamic therapy. We provide assessment and treatment of:
- child behaviour problems (some)
- grief and loss
- learning difficulties
- family difficulties
- challenging life events.
Individual therapy and some group treatments are available.
Sessions are available in-person and online as:
- 5 weekly 1 hour group sessions
- 5 weekly 1 hour individual sessions.
If you are unsure whether we can help you with your problem do not hesitate to contact us. We will also provide information and referral for other services, if appropriate.
The VU Psychology Clinic is a service for the general public.
The Clinic does not provide medical treatment or a crisis intervention service. We do not provide a 24 hour service. If you are looking for immediate assistance, you should call LifeLine on 13 11 14.
We do not provide assessments or reports for legal, Transport Accident Commission (TAC), or Workers Compensation proceedings.
If you are a VU student, you also have access to counselling through the Student Counselling Service.