Bullying can occur in a number of settings and may be experienced by adults, teens and children. If you are a victim of bullying you may find it hard to feel good about yourself, or you may experience increased anxiety and stress. Nobody likes a bully, but sometimes it can be hard to find ways to stop bullying from happening to you.

Effects of bullying may include:

  • Low self-esteem or sense of self-worth
  • Fear or worry about personal safety
  • Not wanting to attend work or school
  • Physical, verbal or emotional abuse

How can we help?

Overcoming bullying may involve exploring a range of different coping strategies or responses, and exploring options for gaining support from others who may also be able to assist (such as a school counsellor or mediator, or in extreme cases, a lawyer).

We provide a safe and secure environment for you to talk openly about the issues that you are experiencing. Our approach is to get to the heart of the problem and make gradual adjustments towards positive change. The goal is to reduce the impact of the problems you are facing to allow you to get on with enjoying your life.

Learn more about our therapies.

How to book a session

To be eligible for the Medicare rebate, you will need to have a referral from a GP. Simply visit your GP, tell them how you are feeling, and ask about a Mental Health Care Plan and referral for Good Thinking Clinical Psychology.

You can also see one of our psychologists without a referral, but unfortunately you cannot claim the Medicare rebate. For more information about our session prices, see rates and rebates.

To book a session now, call us on (02) 8068 0982 or contact us.

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