The Macquarie University Psychology Clinic offers specialised psychological services to the community. The Clinic provides a range of services to adults, children and families.
Psychological services for adults
- Therapy for emotional problems such as anxiety, phobias, depression, eating disorders, alcohol management and ADHD etc
- Parenting skills training
- Counselling for relationship problems, low self esteem, bereavement, life stresses and career choice etc
- Psychometric assessment of cognitive functioning (including intelligence, memory and learning), undertaken by Provisional/Psychologists in Clinical Psychology or, where brain impairment is suspected, by Provisional/Psychologists in Clinical Neuropsychology
- Group programs for ADHD
- Sports concussion clinic
- Personality, Career, Resilience and Leadership Assessments for Career development by Provisional/Psychologists in Organisational Psychology
Psychological services for children and adolescents
- Psychometric assessment of cognitive functioning and assessment for learning disabilities, undertaken by Provisional/Psychologists in Clinical Psychology, or where brain impairment is suspected, by Provisional/Psychologists in Clinical Neuropsychology
- Assessment and treatment for child and adolescent behavioural and emotional problems (including family therapy)
- Group programs to teach social skills to children 6-12 years of age
The Clinic is staffed by Provisional Psychologists who have completed their training in psychology and are undertaking postgraduate training in specialised areas to become Clinical Psychologists, Clinical Neuropsychologists and Organisational Psychologists. Many are already fully registered Psychologists.
All Provisional/Psychologists in the Clinic are supervised by qualified and endorsed specialist psychologists