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Psychology Information Resources

Hotlines and therapeutic websites can be a great way to enhance your therapy and access sound information. Psychology Melbourne supports clients by regularly reviewing these resources and recommending the most reliable ones to you. The following is a list of recommended website and hotlines.

Mental Health

Mood Disorders

Suicide Resources

Autism Spectrum disorders

  • Amaze (Autism Victoria)

Disability 

Relationships

Parenting

Mental health for young people

Victims of crime

National Health Services Directory

Helplines

Lifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.au
Sane Helpline: 1800 187 263 or Helpline Online
Men's Line Australia: 1300 789 978 or www.mensline.org.au
Kids Help Line: 1800 551 800 or www.kidshelp.com.au
Parentline: 13 22 89
Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636
Family Drug Help: 1300 660 068
Drug Information Services: 1800 888 236
OCD and Anxiety Helpline: 1300 269 438
Women's Help: 1 300 134 130 or http://www.wire.org.au
Suicide Helpline Victoria: 1300 651 251

Emergency Contacts

Phone from landline: 000
Phone from a mobile phone: 112 or 000
State Emergency Service: 132 500

Medicare Rebate for Psychologist Counselling

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