Welcome to UNSW Psychology

27 March 2020:

In light of the evolving COVID-19 situation, the UNSW Psychology Clinic will be closed as of 20 March 2020 for all client services until further notice.

We will post any updates about clinic operations here on our website.

If you are an existing client with an upcoming appointment, our staff will be attempting to contact you to advise of the next steps and provide referral options.

We may not be able to respond to other enquiries until we re-open and there may be significant delays due to a possible backlog of enquiries.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. We hope everyone stays safe and healthy.


If you need urgent assistance during this time please contact The Mental Health Line on 1800 011 511 (24 hours), speak to your GP for a referral to another service, or call 000 for emergencies.

You can also make use of the following services and resources for ongoing support:

For children, adolescents and young adults (<25 years old):

For parents:



Welcome

The UNSW Psychology Clinic provides a broad range of clinical psychology services to adults, young people, children and families at low cost. It has an emphasis on cognitive-behavioural approaches to the understanding and management of psychological issues, which are based on the most up-to-date clinical research and evidence.

The clinic also maintains close liaison and consultation with referring agencies and other mental health services.

The UNSW Psychology Clinic is part of  the UNSW School of Psychology. The clinic is staffed by both Clinical Psychologist Registrars who have completed a postgraduate qualification in Clinical Psychology, as well as Provisional Psychologists who are undergoing postgraduate training in Clinical Psychology and are under the supervision of Senior Clinical Psychologists and Clinical Neuropsychologists.

The clinic is also actively involved in treatment research trials that the general public may become involved in if they choose.

Please note that the clinic is not an emergency service and does not offer crisis intervention.

If you would like to contact the Clinic, please complete the contact form here or call us on (02) 9385 3042.