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Our Psychology Services

At Minds Online, we provide Telehealth psychology, psychotherapy and counselling services that are individually tailored to treat mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, low self esteem, chronic pain, health-related stress, grief and loss and family relationship difficulties.

We also provide support for people undergoing life transitions, experiencing challenges associated with neuro-diversity, trauma and relationship stressors. Many of our referrals are funded by NDIS or GP Mental Health Care Plans (which you can access through your GP)

Living and working across country areas, we have seen first-hand the challenges faced by many of our country families who are seeking access to quality mental health services.

We will work with you to develop a shared understanding of the challenges you face and a plan to assist you to explore possibilities for change. We can incorporate a range of therapies to suit your needs and support you to move with confidence towards your goals. We welcome new parents, teens, adults, seniors and families.

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Mental Health Services for Adults

Feeling overwhelmed by never-ending responsibilities? Are mounting mental health concerns or struggles with relationships getting in the way of fully enjoying life’s moments? We get it.

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Autism Counselling

Are you or your loved one living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and seeking extra support? At Minds Online, our team of psychologists and occupational therapists

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NDIS Psychologist

We accept referrals for clients who are self- or plan-managing their funding under the NDIS. Having worked extensively within a trans-disciplinary model within NDIS,

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Online Anxiety Counselling

Everyone experiences anxiety. It’s a normal and common emotion. But if you feel that it’s getting out of control and it’s already interfering with your daily activities and relationships, it’s time to seek help.

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Online Trauma Counselling

If left unmanaged, trauma can develop into post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), where the person will be forced to relive painful and frightening past experiences.

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Online Counselling

Would you like to talk to a professional psychologist from the comfort of your home? At Minds Online, we provide you with a convenient and reliable way to access mental health care.

About
Minds Online

Minds Online is dedicated to improving the mental health of individuals and families and communities across Australia. We strive to reduce barriers to accessing quality mental health care, by providing affordable, equitable and accessible psychology, psychotherapy and occupational therapy services for children, teens, adults and seniors. We believe that mental health literacy and resilience improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, workplaces, schools and communities.

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Mindfulness practice can improve our resilience, enhance our attention, strengthen cognitive performance and boost our creativity. Mindfulness has been practiced since ancient times in eastern traditions, but has more recently been studied by western health scientists. It has gained popularity in psychology as we have come to appreciate the many physical and mental health benefits… Continue reading In Mind Series: Mind full or Mindful?

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The COVID-19 pandemic has led to rapid changes in the way we access mental health care. All around the world we are transforming the way we communicate, and six months down the track we’re now using telehealth more than ever. We offer some reflections on what we have learned so far at Minds Online from… Continue reading In Mind Series: Telehealth and Us

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Research into transgender individuals’ experience of physical and mental health care services is an important developing field.

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It’s easy to say that we need to calm ourselves down. But we have all been there. We get frustrated and angry and start to lash out at those around us even though we know we shouldn’t.