Our Sydney practices are open every weekday and on Saturdays. We can provide late appointments on weeknights to suit your needs.
Opening hours include 8am-9pm Mon-Fri and 9am-6pm on Saturdays.
Call 1300 668 256 for more information.
Any clients that are under the ‘Better Access to Mental Health Care’ Government initiative is eligible for rebates. You level of private health cover will dictate the amount you will get back.
Generally, the rebate will be paid back into your nominated bank account that’s registered with Medicare. Specific practices can also provide HICAPS claims for instant private health rebates.
Call us to find your closest HICAPS practice.
At Life Resolutions our psychologists can provide a number of different therapies that can help you work through your individual goals and needs.
Our psychologists will commonly use the following therapies to help with treatment.
If you would like to know more about our different therapy options, please contact us.
In some cases, yes, depending on why you have come in the first place. People who have ongoing complications in their life will have a higher need for more sessions.
The number of sessions a person need’s will vary depending on what’s troubling them and whether they need ongoing support.
Fees vary, but are reasonable for both group and individual counselling sessions. Pensioner and concession card holder discounts are available.
Medicare rebates are also available to help cover treatment costs.
Upon visiting for the first time you will be asked general questions in order to help your psychologists understand why you’re here.
Some of these may include questions about your life, the problem you’re facing, and what your goals are.
This will help your psychologist work towards finding a solution and treatment option that best suits your needs.
Toward the end of your session you’ll be given an idea of what to expect from your first appointment.
Yes, all counselling sessions are 100% confidential. Everything that’s discussed in your therapy session won’t be shared with anyone else. Not even our other psychologists without direct permission from you.
What’s shared with your psychologist is used to help address, diagnose and work out a treatment plan to best help and support you through this difficult time.
It’s important to note however that under the Psychology Board of Australia’s Code of Ethics there’s some confidentiality limitations.
If your files are subpoenaed by the court or if you’re at risk of harming you or those around you, we must then follow the law to help protect you and those around you.
Counselling is ideal for anyone who may wish to improve their life by bringing positive change. Psychologists have the experience, qualifications and knowledge to help you develop emotionally.
They can also improve your overall mechanisms for coping, and resolve any issues you may be experiencing so you can live the life you deserve.
Counselling is referred to as a professional mental health care service that can help people emotionally and mentally become resilient, self-aware and healthier.
Counselling can help people understand their behaviours better and understand themselves in a brand new way. This can lead to a much more filling, peaceful and happier life.
Yes, our team of psychologists can prepare reports for WorkCover, TAC, court proceedings and other purposes as needed.
It’s important to mention that preparing a report will incur an additional fee to the regular consultation fee.
The additional fee will be quoted prior to the written report request and this will need to be paid before you receive the finished report.
A psychologist is a person who studies and researches the science behind human behaviour.
They are mental health care professionals that use their findings to help work out ways to reduce negative life conditions and stress in clients. They also work to improve client’s self-awareness, habits and thinking patterns.
In order to join our team, we require a psychologist to meet a high standard of education. All psychologists must have a 4 year’s minimum university education.
They must also have two years of work experience under a registered psychologist’s supervision and two year’s graduate education.
Along with our regular psychologists, we also have staff members that hold special titles. These include Sports Psychologists and Clinical Psychologists. These individuals have completed a six-year minimum tertiary education which includes a research PhD.
The Life Resolution Psychologists use non-drug related treatments, unlike psychiatrists, who can prescribe medication for certain conditions.
Where appropriate, however, we can work with medical professionals like general practitioners to prescribe medication to complete an overall treatment plan.
Our other treatment methods are able to provide tailored solutions to help with individual needs.