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On (suddenly) being an online psychologist

Edited by Jill Wright,

on (suddenly) being an online psychologist

In early March, as it became increasingly obvious that COVID-19 was going to make face-to-face contact between our clients and our staff problematic, Psychology Melbourne began an increasingly urgent process of change.It was going to be a dramatic shift. We would have to be prepared to move our booking and reception staff and psychologists out of the world of physical...

Will video counselling work for you? 5 advantages of video counselling

Edited by Jill Wright,

Do you want to see a psychologist but simply don't have the time in your busy schedule to sit in a waiting room? You can now access expert psychological help when and where you need it through our secure video counselling service. And just like face-to-face counselling, video counselling allows you to communicate and develop a therapeutic relationship with a...

Parents, here's five reasons why you should consider video counselling

Edited by Jill Wright,

If you're a parent who just can't make it into a clinic for an appointment, then video counselling may be the solution for you. Video counselling is a convenient and flexible way for parents and children to access expert counselling services and advice in real time. Just like face-to-face counselling, video counselling allows your and your child or adolescent to...