Assessments & Reports
• Anxiety & Depression
• Emotional regulation
• Grief & Loss
• Social Skills
• Autism Spectrum Disorders
Business as NEW usual
OPEN FOR APPOINTMENTS IN CLINIC OR VIA TELEHEALTH
We are a teaching clinic, which means we are able to assist provisional psychologists to complete their training, and can also offer reduced cost services for the community. We work closely as a team, so that we can provide a positive experience and can support you: our SMP family.
The SMP team are able to provide support privately, or via funding streams such as: Medicare, NDIS, WorkCover, TAC, and Victims of Crime. We are registered NDIS providers, so we can provide therapy, assessment, and Behaviour Support Plans for participants with a variety of funding packages.
• Educator Workshops
• Staff Workshops
• Parent Training
• Community Workshops
• Cognitive, Learning, Autism
& Behavioural assessments
• Reports provided for families,
schools, employers, etc
• Medicare rebates
• NDIS Registered
• Private Health Insurance
• Helping Children with Autism
• Better Start
• TAC, Work Cover
Strong Minds Psychology are
able to provide essential care
We have implemented health and hygiene procedures to protect our clients and the team.
As an essential service provider, we continue to provide appointments in the clinics or via Telehealth to maintain the mental health and wellness of the community.
Strong Minds Psychology provides psychological assessment and intervention services to the Yarra Valley and Outer East suburbs of Melbourne, as well as West Gippsland.
Our clinics can be found within the communities of Yarra Junction and Warragul, and we also are able to provide mobile visits in schools, homes, kindergartens, and aged care facilities within the surrounding suburbs.
The SMP team are here to help the community to build strong mental health, develop skills, and learn in a positive and supported environment. We do this by working individually with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as providing assistance to parents and carers, small groups, educators, and the wider community.
COVID-19 Alert: If you have symptoms or meet risk criteria of
COVID-19, please ring (03) 5967 1438 to discuss your options for support.