What do we

do?

What we do

Keeping in Mind Psychology provides services for young people, up to 25 years of age, with a wide variety of presenting concerns.

Contact us today to chat about how we may be able to help you.

What we don't do

Keeping in Mind Psychology is not a crisis service. Please contact 000 in an emergency.

Keeping in Mind Psychology does not provide court reports or work capacity assessments.

Assessments

Keeping in Mind Psychology now offers:

  • Cognitive and Learning Assessments

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnostic Assessments

Contact us to discuss your needs.

Other Things

Keeping in Mind Psychology clinicians are available to provide education and information sessions on a range of topics. 

Contact us today to discuss your specific requirements.

What to Expect

First Appointment

Your first appointment will focus on getting to know you and gaining an understanding of why you have decided to attend.

 

You will generally be asked questions about your life, current circumstances, and history. We understand that this can be daunting, but our clinicians are here to guide you and help you feel comfortable.

At the end of this session, we hope to establish some goals for intervention, as well as a plan of how to achieve these goals.

Treatment Duration

Length of treatment depends on your needs and goals for intervention. At the end of each session, your goals and plans will be reviewed to ensure you and your psychologist are continuing to work collaboratively, toward a shared outcome.

Sessions will generally last for 50 minutes, and will be scheduled on a weekly or fortnightly basis, depending on your needs. 

Special Needs

Keeping in Mind Psychology strives to be inclusive of all individuals. If you have special needs or requirements, please contact us to discuss these further. 

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