Women's Issues

If you are concerned about yourself, your daughter, wife or girlfriend you can take steps to get support.

Some issues such as breast and ovarian cancer, ovarian cysts, anorexia, bulimia and post partum depression only affect women, or affect women at much higher rates than men. Many women ignore symptoms and suffer in silence under the misconception that what they’re going through is normal.

How can psychology and counselling help?

It can be difficult to know what to say when a woman you love has just been diagnosed with a serious medical problem. She may be in a state of shock, denial or even embarrassment. The most important thing you can do is ask her if you can assist her with her journey to better health.

If you are a woman, sometimes talking in a private and non-judgemental space can help relieve your symptoms, give you confidence, and provide you with strategies to cope in everyday 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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