Telehealth

Telehealth is as effective, if not more effective, than in-person therapy. The improved accessibility of getting to your appointment has been found to lead to better therapy outcomes.

Our Telehealth services allow us to reach clients Australia wide, in under-serviced populations as well as regional and rural areas. Telehealth is also a great solution for those who struggle to access therapy due to travel time and opening hours. At APS, we know just how tricky it can be trying to fit a therapy session into the middle of your work or school day. That’s why, so many of our clients choose Telehealth to access therapy at a convenient time, from the comfort of their own surroundings.

What is Telehealth?

Telehealth psychology is the use of digital communication technologies to deliver psychological services, therapy, counselling, and support to the patient. It involves using video conferencing or other online platforms to connect mental health professionals with clients or patients who may be geographically distant or prefer to do it from the comfort of their own home.

Benefits of Telehealth

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1. Highly Effective

The Productivity Commission of Australia researched tele-psychology on behalf of Medicare and found it to be at least as effective, if not more effective than in-person therapy as improved accessibility of getting to your appointment leads directly to better therapy outcomes.

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2. Highly Accessible

Telehealth means we are available Australia wide allowing us to reach out to the under-serviced population in regional and rural areas. It’s extremely important to us that we are able to provide high quality psychological and psychiatric services for everyone, regardless of location or mobility issues.

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3. Comfort & Convenience

Participating in therapy from the comfort of your own surroundings can be a more relaxing experience in a less stressful environment. This can be particularly beneficial for children and teens. Not to mention saving on all that travel time.

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4. Flexibility

We know just how tricky it can be trying to fit a therapy session into the middle of your work or school day with all the travel involved before and after. Telehealth allows you to easily fit it into your busy schedule, meaning you persevere at therapy and get the outcomes you desire.

Our Psychologists

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Sofia has over 5 years’ experience working therapeutically with children, teenagers and adults, and is driven to offer a high level of service to assist clients to improve their wellbeing and offer tools for living well.

Clinical Psychologist

Emma is Adelaide Psychological Services’ Clinical Director, and is a Clinical and Forensic psychologist. She has been practicing since 2007, providing individual and group psychological therapy to individuals 14 years and older.

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Hannah is a clinical psychologist who offers both therapeutic and psychological assessment services.

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Marten is a Registered Psychologist, Clinical Family Therapist and accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.

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Natalie has experience working with individuals with anxiety, depression, personality disorders, adjustment difficulties, trauma, cancer-related distress, chronic pain, and emotional dysregulation.

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Simone is a registered Psychologist with a Masters in Work & Organisational Psychology who works with adults and older adolescents in person or via Telehealth.

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Rachel is a senior psychologist with over ten years’ experience providing psychological therapy.

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Emma has experience helping her clients with a range of presentations including trauma, personality diagnoses, addiction, mood and emotional dysregulation, psychosis, situational distress, interpersonal and attachment difficulties.

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Amanda is a registered psychologist and Board approved supervisor. She is a member of the Australian Association of Psychologists. She has experience working with children, adolescents and teenagers in a variety of settings including government, hospital and private practice.

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Nicole takes a holistic approach to wellness for all individuals and couples she works with.

Clinical Psychologist

Reinier has a unique approach to both life and psychotherapy. He believes in only applying therapy strategies and techniques that have made a true difference in his own life.

Counselling Psychologist

Jaqueline is a registered Psychologist with a doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology and Psychotherapy from the UK.

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Paul is a psychologist who works with Adults and Adolescents across a broad range of clinical presentations.

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Vanessa has worked with many different psychological presentations but has a special interest with menopause and cardiac psychology.

Clinical Psychologist

Don has a special interest in family law, parenting, assessment of parenting capacity and separation issues. Don accepts referrals from family court, lawyers and the Department of Child Protection.

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Jamie has experience working with clients whose symptoms align with anxiety, depression, trauma, emotional regulation and addiction. He has experience working with children, adolescents and adults.

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Chindhu trained in India, with specialty training in psycho-oncology, and health. Her experience involves working with a range of population and issues.

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About Adelaide Psychological Services

Who We Are

Adelaide Psychological Services is a group psychology and psychiatry practice. With over 15 years of serving our local community, we’re passionate about mental health.

We offer assessment and therapy to adults, children, teens, couples and families. We help our clients build upon their strengths so they can learn to better manage their symptoms, current stresses and relationships so they can get the most out of their lives.

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