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Clinical Psychology Care and Support 
General Psychological Support

Melita will meet with you and discuss your concerns, symptoms and situation. She takes time to listen and try to understand your experience. Melita will often ask you to complete some questionnaires to help her understand you better. She will collaborate with you and come to a shared understanding of what is going on for you and what to do about it. Melita would make some recommendations on the best way forward drawing on a range of evidence based psychological therapies. 


Melita enjoys helping people address deeper issues that   

Support during the Perinatal period

Psychological support for difficulties conceiving, unexpected birth complications, dealing with the emotional impact of an unsettled baby and/or difficulties breast feeding, feeling torn between whether or not to use controlled crying methods, managing relationship tensions with partners or family members, postnatal depression, and general adjustment to the enormous life change of parenthood. Melita has been trained in evidence based methods for increased parental well-being. She has also undertaken her own research into parents experience of sleep difficulties and has a very good understanding of the challenges parents face.

Evening sessions

Evening sessions are available for people working full time. 

Skype Sessions

Skype sessions are available to increase service access. Currently, there are no Medicare rebate available for Skype sessions unless you live in a regional area of Australia. Skype sessions can be a good option if you are looking for some brief psychological support, don't want to go to your GP for a mental health care plan and wish to keep costs down. 

Evening sessions
Home Visits

Home visits may offered in some circumstances when it is considered in the best therapeutic interest for the person involved. 

Home visits
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