All of our therapy services and most of our assessment services are available online via telehealth. We are delighted to be able to offer therapy for people living in regional and rural Australia and those with special access needs.

Telehealth has been a huge success in psychology and psychiatry and the research shows the results are equally as good as face-to-face. In fact in many cases they’re better!

We use secure medical-grade conferencing technology to ensure your privacy and good call quality at all times.

Our telehealth services have the benefit of fitting into your life, your way. All you need is a place to be. No need to drive, park or take any extra time from your day.

Benefits of Telehealth


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.


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.

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.


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 Telehealth Practitioners

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr Ettore Guaia is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with thirty-five years experience in Australia, the UK and Italy.

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr. Khedr has broad experience in working with children and adolescents with mood disorders, psychotic disorders, PTSD, Attachment Disorder, Autism and ADHD.

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.


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


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