UQ Psychology Clinic - Why Choose UQ Psychology Clinic?

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Why Choose UQ Psychology Clinic?

The UQ Psychology Clinic has a range of therapy options available for people of all ages. Our main focus is providing high-quality, affordable psychological services to our clients. Here are a few reasons why you may consider contacting our services or referring someone to us:

  • Short waiting list - At the moment we have a short waiting list (approximately one to two weeks on average) and an unlimited number of sessions per year are available at reasonable rates, which is an advantage over waiting on a long wait list to see a psychologist under the Medicare scheme. To contact us click here.
  • Affordable fees - At UQ Psychology Clinic we provide highly affordable rates to clients. Current fees are $40 per hour consultation full fee (or $25 per hour for concession holders and $25 per hour for full time UQ students). At UQ Psychology Clinic our fee structure means quality psychological services are available for a range of issues and budgets. Unfortunately we are unable to attract a Medicare rebate for intern psychologist services; however our reduced fees are often cheaper than the Medicare gap from other psychology services. More about our fees.
  • Couples Therapy – At the UQ School of Psychology our interns are exposed to high quality training in couples’ therapy. At UQ Psychology Clinic we offer a quality couples therapy and counselling service under the training and supervision of some of the ‘leading minds’ in this field.
  • Group Therapy - Group therapy has numerous benefits whether provided as a sole source of treatment or as an adjunct to ongoing individual counselling. There are no group therapy programs running in the first half of 2014, however, there are plans for several groups to commence from July onwards. Details will be posted to this web site as the groups become available for referrals.
  • Neuropsychological Assessment – at UQ Psychology Clinic all our interns are trained in the use of Neuropsychological tests, with several interns undergoing an additional neuropsychological specialisation as part of their post-graduate training. This type of assessment can aid in assessing learning and cognitive problems.