Resources

The following Australian clinics (many interstate) have advised that they have capacity for new telehealth clients. Please note that Ripple Psychology provides this information in good faith, has no professional association with any clinic, and does not endorse or recommend any clinic or service.

Act of Living actofliving.com.au/ high prevalence mental health disorders and adjustment disorders or lifespan development issues for adult clients, book through phone 03​99399437 or email to info@actofliving.com.au.

Nova Psychology https://novapsychology.com.au/ is taking new clients, including adults, teens and couples, who can register online.

Flexipsych www.Flexipsych.com.au is taking new clients who can register and book online, and referrals can be sent through to Vivian Bachelier at referrals@flexipsych.com.au

Thinkahead http://www.thinkahead.com.au/ sees clients from (0-18), providing child & adolescent assessments, counselling, behaviour management & support as well as seeing adults, couples and families. We work within the EAP, Workers Compensation, Medicare and NDIS.

John Blythe Child Psychology https://www.childpsychology.net.au/ has clinicians experienced across wide variety of mental health presentations. We are also an NDIS registered organisation. We have capacity for children and adult clients.

Calm Minds Psychology https://calmmindspsychology.com/ Brooke Fisher-Leach works with children, adolescents, and adults, using various therapy types including EMDR and experiential therapy, and treats trauma, anxiety, depression, work cover, insurance claims etc.

Dr Mirella Di Benedetto 0417 506 963 practises primarily by way of telehealth in key areas of depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, complex trauma, PTSD, eating disorder, stress management, chronic conditions.

Axis Clinic https://www.axisclinic.com.au/our-team/ have experience with adolescents and adults with drug and alcohol issues, sexual assault/abuse, relationship issues and most mental health presentations.

Greenstone Psychology info@greenstonepsychology.com.au key areas include depression, anxiety, grief, PTSD, DV, trauma and BPD.

Mindful Psychology https://www.mindfulpsychology.com.au/

Tree House Psychology www.treehousepsychology.com.au work across a variety of issues, including Anxiety, Depression, Pregnancy/Perinatal counselling (including Grief & Loss), Parenting, Childhood/Developmental Trauma.

Tree View Psychology https://treeviewpsychology.com.au/ work with adults experiencing Depression, Anxiety, Adjustment issues and sleep disorders. I work 5 days a week across various hours.

Line of Symmetry https://www.lineofsymmetry.com.au sport and exercise psychology, injury rehabilitation, chronic pain, trauma, anxiety and depression in adults and FND, and see clients under MHCP, Workcover, NDIS.

Liz Angel Consultancy http://lizangelconsultancy.com.au/ clients across the lifespan.

Pause Connect Heal https://pauseconnectheal.com.au Jane O'Keeffe works with adults: stress, anxiety, depression, alcohol misuse, developmental trauma, PTSD, relationship issues.

Wellbeing Psychology Services https://www.wellbeingpsychologyservices.com.au Leonie Patrice leoniepatrice@gmail.com 0433 688 834 sees adult clients and couples across the spectrum of mental health and relationship issues.

Mantle Health mantlehealth.com.au or call on 1300 646 753 is a 1-1 telehealth psychology service for men and currently has availability.

Are you or a loved one currently in crisis? Ripple Psychology and most clinics such as those listed above are not able to provide crisis services. Please call a crisis line such as the ones listed below, many of which offer 24/7 support.

Talk to a trained mental health professional at Beyond Blue any time of the day or night. Calls are confidential.

Lifeline is a 24-hour crisis support telephone service that provides crisis support and suicide prevention services 24/7.

13 11 14

Suicide Call Back Service is an Australian national service that provides free 24/7 phone, video and online professional counselling to people who are affected by suicide.

IF YOU ARE SUICIDAL OR ARE IN CRISIS PLEASE CALL 000 IMMEDIATELY FROM ANYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA

To take the ten-question screening test your doctor uses to assess mood or wellbeing concerns:

If your score is 16 or above, it is advised that you call us or consult your family doctor without delay.

Links to websites that may support your therapy:

http://www.wiley.com//legacy/wileychi/jacob/

The companion site for Breaking Negative Thinking Patterns (see 'books and articles'). This site gives you access to the tools and resources available for this text, using the password 'Planning'.

www.cci.health.wa.gov.au

Excellent CBT based website with fantastic workbooks.

moodgym.anu.edu.au

MoodGYM is a free, interactive self-help program that provides cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) training in order to help users prevent and cope with mood disorders such as depression and anxiety.

www.blackdoginstitute.org.au

‎A leading Australian clinic and research facility into depression.

www.smilingmind.com.au

Modern Meditation For Young People. Free Web & App Mindfulness Programs. Excellent for learning and practising mindfulness.