- General student support
- Anxiety disorders, including specific phobia, social anxiety, generalised anxiety, obsessive-compulsive behaviours, and panic disorder
- Mood disorders
- Food and eating problems
- ADHD management
- Sleep problems
- Adjusting to life changes, divorce/separation, chronic and terminal illness, grief and bereavement, and workplace change
- Making lifestyle changes in areas including weight management, exercise adherence, smoking cessation
- Self-esteem, anger management, assertiveness and communication
- Anger management
- Behavioural problems, including disruptive and oppositional behavior as well as attention deficit
- Assertiveness and communication
The Clinic offers psychometric assessment for adults experiencing problems with cognitive function.
These assessments are useful for identifying areas of concern and assist in directing recommendations for strategies to improve academic, occupational and general day to day functioning.
The ACAP Psychology Clinic offers psychometric assessments for children who experience intellectual, developmental and emotional problems. These assessments may complement therapy and assist in directing recommendations for parenting strategies, education, and general behaviour.
We are unable to provide assessment for ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder).
Group therapy helps individuals develop communication and socialisation skills, express their issues and develop self-awareness by listening to others with similar issues.
We offer a range of groups that may suit you:
Managing Your Social Anxiety Group
Participants will be provided with psychoeducation on social anxiety, to develop cognitive and behavioural skills.
Managing Your Social Anxiety Group for Adolescents
Participants will engage in an individual assessment prior to starting the group to ensure treatment is matched to needs
about the clinic
ACAP has been educating counsellors and psychologists for over 30 years. Our School of Psychological Sciences was established in 2009, and three years later, the ACAP Psychology Clinic was established. It exists as part of the School of Psychological Sciences.
ACAP offers qualifications recognised by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council and the Psychology Board of Australia, including the Master of Professional Psychology and the Master of Psychology (Clinical).
Students of these programs are registered and provisionally registered psychologists completing postgraduate qualifications in Psychology. They staff the clinic under qualified and experienced senior psychologists.
Feedback and Complaints
If you have any concerns about the services you are receiving at the ACAP Psychology Clinic, or if difficulties arise in any service you receive, please discuss these first with your Provisional Psychologist or Psychologist.
If this is not possible, or if your concerns are not resolved to your satisfaction, please contact the ACAP Psychology Clinic Manager on [email protected] and/or (02) 8236 8053
YOU MAY ALSO LODGE A COMPLAINT WITH:
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, GPO 9958, Sydney, NSW, or Phone: 1300 419 495
Psychology Council of NSW, Locked Bag 20, Haymarket NSW 1238 or Phone: 1300 197 177 / PO Box 38, Flinders Lane Post Office, Melbourne, Victoria 8009 or Phone: 1800 333 497