Child Psychology Jindabyne

Therapy

CPCCF provides therapy for :

Emotional difficulties – stress, anxiety, depression, friendship problems, bullying, self-esteem and assertiveness.

Behavioural problems – impulsivity, anger, defiance, aggression.

Family support – effective parenting strategies, attachment, family relationship counselling and support following family breakdown.

Trauma – following traumatic events, complex childhood trauma or adults with a history of childhood trauma.

School associated problems – school anxiety, school avoidance and school refusal, problems with academic achievement, test anxiety.

ASD therapies – following a diagnosis of Autism, therapy is offered by several therapists for behavioural, social and parenting support. Liaison with the school is also provided if needed.

We provide a wide range of assessment and therapy services to adults.

Child Therapy Sessions: What to expect

A typical therapy session will begin with the parents and child together, to discuss the reason for therapy and cover developmental history and background. If you need to speak to a therapist without your child present, they can wait in the waiting room so you can have some separate time with the psychologist. Alternatively, if your child has a complex background, you can always book an initial session with the psychologist before your child attends.

Once your child is comfortable, it is typical that they will work one to one with the psychologist, and a review will occur at the end of each session with the parents. This process depends on the child, the presenting problem and family situation. This process may differ depending on the child’s age and needs. Depending on the child’s age and needs, our psychologists are well trained using play therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and other interactive techniques to support and help children to heal, to learn and to reflect on their world around them.

” our psychologists are well trained using play therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and other interactive techniques to support and help children to heal, to learn and to reflect on their world around them.”

With the parents’ permission, a psychologist may want to contact a school, preschool or other service provider about the child and their needs. Furthermore, upon request, a psychologist can also conduct school visits. No contact with outside agencies occurs without parents’ permission.

A therapy session is 30 to 50 minutes long and you can receive a rebate through Medicare if you have the correct referral.

Online Therapy Sessions

CPCCF can provide secure online video conference therapy sessions for people of all ages. To access this service, you must have a current Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) from your G.P.
A MHCP allows you to receive a Medicare rebate for up to 10 therapy sessions per calendar year. In accessing therapy services via video conferencing, 3 out of these 10 sessions must be conducted in person at our offices.

Are you eligible for this service?

People living in MMM 4 to 7 are eligible for these services. The easiest way to check if you live in an area that qualifies for access to Telehealth (video conferencing therapy) services is to enter your address into the MMM interactive map available on the Australian Government Doctor Connect website.

Anyone is welcome to access these services if they find engaging in therapy in this way more convenient/suitable to their needs. However, only people who live in the designated areas outlined above can claim a Medicare rebate for video conference therapy sessions.

Want to know more?

For more information about this service, please call us on 02 6230 0880 or email us at:
reception@cpccf.com.au