Make an Appointment with our Psychologist
Our psychologist-led psychological treatment helps children as they strive for positive wellbeing. Here’s how to make an appointment with her. Currently our Psychologist only sees children 12 years and under for therapy. She sees both adults and children for assessments.
Step 1: GP Mental Health Plan or Referral letter
You will need a Mental Health Treatment Plan from a GP or a referral letter from a Psychiatrist to be eligible for Medicare rebates.
Referral is not needed for assessments but desirable to get a letter or reason for referral from referring practitioner.
Step 2: Book an Appointment
To book an appointment, please contact us at 02 7202 7747 or email us with the following details:
The patient's name
Your name (if you are not the patient)
Preferred appointment date and time (please provide a couple of options)
GP Mental Health Treatment Plan or referral from a Psychiatrist. Your practitioner can send the referral directly to us electronically on Healthlink (ID: dolphint).
Step 3: First Appointment
The first appointment will take around 50 minutes. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early and bring the following:
Medicare card with patients name.
GP Mental Health Treatment Plan or referral from a Psychiatrist if a referral was not already sent.
Completed New Patient Details Form
We recommend both parents attend the appointment with a referred child or adolescent, even if they do not both live with the child. If this is not possible, at least one parent or carer is expected to attend.
For adult appointments, partners are encouraged to attend.
Please do not bring any children requiring supervision to the appointment. We do not offer supervision.
Please find our cancellation policy here.
Please note, we do not provide an emergency service. If you need help outside usual working hours, contact your GP or try the following services for advice and support:
Lifeline - 13 11 14
Mental Health Line - 1800 011 511
Kids Help Line - 1800 55 1800
Suicide Call Back Service - 1300 659 467
In an emergency or if you are/someone is at serious risk of harm to themselves or others, please:
Call the police on 000
Go to a hospital emergency department, where there will be an out-of-hours mental health team or psychiatrist contactable.