Clinical Psychologists provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide range of mental health issues. Learn more about the differences between a Clinical Psychologist and other types of Psychologists here.
AB Psychology Melbourne offers Clinical Psychology services for:
Panic Attacks, Generalized Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Phobias, and Agoraphobia.
Major Depression and Dysthymia.
Addressing the self-defeating thoughts, beliefs, and behaviours that perpetuate the vicious cycle of low self-esteem.
Support with emotional or behavioural issues that develop in response to stressors for example, work, study, relationships, illness or disability, or life transitions such as leaving school, becoming a parent, retiring from work.
health related issues
Somatic Symptom Disorder, Illness Anxiety, and support in coping with a new diagnosis, chronic illness, injury, undergoing medical treatment, and/or making healthy lifestyle changes.
Psychological treatments can reduce issues that arise from illness or injury, such as anxiety, depression, grief, anger, chronic pain, disturbed sleep, or abuse of substances or medication.
Psychological therapy can provide support in behaviour change to reduce harmful health behaviours in order to prevent illness or promote better health, for example, poor dietary habits, physical inactivity, and smoking.
Updated June 2018