The Clinical Psychology Service for Children and Families and the Educational and Developmental Psychology Services are not accepting new referrals for appointments.
The Clinical Psychology Service for Adults is now accepting new referrals.
The Clinical Neuropsychology Service for Adults is accepting new referrals for face-to-face and telehealth appointments. If you would like to use this service, please submit an enquiry to organise an appointment.
The Dyscalculia Service is now booking face-to-face appointments. Please use the enquiry form located in the Maths Learning and Dyscalculia Service section of this website to organise an appointment.
Please note that the Clinic phone is currently unattended. If you have an enquiry regarding any of the services at the Clinic, please use the enquiry form to contact us. Please note that there may be a delay in getting back to you.
COVID precautions taken at the Clinic by Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology Services
Please note that you will need to wear a face mask while attending the Clinic. All clinicians on-site who provide care will also be wearing face masks. Face-to-face appointments will be offered to individuals who have been vaccinated. All unvaccinated individuals will be offered telehealth appointments only. We hope you stay safe and healthy.
Please note that we do not provide a crisis emergency service. If you are in an emergency situation please call 000. If you wish to speak to someone immediately who can help please call Lifeline Australia: 13 11 14.
Below is some information about how to manage feelings of anxiety and distress associated with COVID-19 and other resources on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during this time. Additionally, there is updated information on COVID-19 from the University of Melbourne and the Department of Health.
The University of Melbourne Psychology Clinic provides a range of psychology services to adults, children and families. These include clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology and educational psychology services, and a maths learning difficulties and dyscalculia service.
The University of Melbourne Psychology Clinic is a training clinic for Master of Clinical Psychology, Master of Clinical Neuropsychology and Master of Educational Psychology students. As such, postgraduate psychology trainees are under the direct supervision of senior clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology and educational psychology staff.
The Clinic also undertakes research that clients can choose to take part in.
Please note that we do not provide a crisis emergency service. If you are in an emergency situation please call 000. If you wish to speak to someone immediately who can help please call Lifeline Australia: 13 11 14 (www.lifeline.org.au).