Williamstown Psychology

Psychological Counselling and Psychotherapy Services for individuals, couples and families.

Our Psychologists

Our practitioners offer over 20 years experience and specialised training in psychological counselling and psychotherapy – helping clients to treat a range of issues.

Appointments

Enquiries about appointments may be made using our online contact form, or by telephone or email. All enquiries are treated with sensitivity and are confidential.

Opening hours
Mon08:00 - 18:30
Tues08:00 - 18:30
Wed08:00 - 18:30
Thur08:00 - 18:30
Fri08:00 - 18:30
Sat - SunClosed

Welcome to Williamstown Psychology

Experienced Melbourne Psychologists

Our practice was established by Melbourne psychologists Camille Folley and Fiona Lacy, who have more than 20 years of experience and specialised training in psychological counselling and psychotherapy. Williamstown Psychology consists of a group of experienced psychologists who each offer specialised skills and interests in counselling, psychotherapy and psychological approaches to treating a range of issues.

FAQs

How do I know if I need to see a psychologist?

We recommend having a brief, confidential, conversation with one of our psychologists over the phone (or via email) to find out if your particular issue is something that would respond well to psychological treatment. In an initial consultation with the psychologist, these issues will be explored more fully.

Do I need a referral to see a psychologist?

A referral is not required for rebates from Private Health Insurance. A referral from a GP to a psychologist is required for rebates through Medicare, WorkSafe or TAC. If you need further advice, please call us on 03 9397 1698 for more information.

Are sessions confidential?

It is natural to be concerned about your confidentiality when you are sharing intimate details about yourself with a psychologist. Information obtained from you during sessions is confidential and cannot be disclosed without your consent. There are some legal limitations to confidentiality which your psychologist will discuss with you in the first session. Your psychologist will ask you to sign a consent form if there is a need to discuss information about you with another person (such as a GP, lawyer or third party billing source). For more information please see our privacy policy.

How long are sessions?

Sessions with our psychologists are usually 50 minutes long. The final 5-10 minutes of the hour are dedicated to arranging payment and booking the next appointment.

Request an appointment

Enquiries about appointments may be made using our online contact form, or by telephone or email. All enquiries will be treated with sensitivity and are confidential. We may not always be able to answer your call, and we request that you leave a detailed message on our answering service indicating the best times and numbers to contact you on. We aim to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours of contact.

(03) 9397 1698

enquiries@williamstownpsychology.com.au

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