Our Newtown Office is open
8am to 8pm Mon – Thur
8am to 6pm Friday
9am to 5pm Saturday
Suite 211, RPA Medical Centre
100 Carillon Avenue
Newtown, NSW 2042
Phone 02 9517 1764
Fax 02 9517 1832
In Providing Evidence Based Treatments
We specialise in providing evidence-based treatments such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), and Schema Therapy. All of these approaches are widely accepted around the world to treat a wide range of problems.
Newtown Clinical Psycologists
Our Newtown based Clinical Psychologists are all postgraduate qualified, and members of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association and the Australian Psychological Society College of Clinical Psychologists. This means that we are specialists in the therapy and treatment of psychological problems such as anxiety, depression, addiction, worry, and self-esteem.
In Newtown we offer individual and group therapy. Our psychologists also have individual specialties, such as relationship issues, anger, gambling, grief and loss, workplace issues, chronic pain and illness, and self-harm.
If you have a particular issue you would like to discuss with one of our specialist psychologists feel free to contact us.
Why Choose Us
We provide evidence-based psychological treatments in a timely and focused manner. This means that we only use therapies that are based on well developed psychological theories and have been subject to rigorous scientific study in order to establish their effectiveness. It also means that we only use therapies in which we have basic and advanced training.
Our clinical psychologists are all postgraduate qualified to Masters or Doctorate level. They are all fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Agency (APHRA).
Our psychologists have individual specialties, such as relationship issues, anger, gambling, grief and loss, workplace issues, chronic pain and illness, and self-harm.
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