WK Psychology

Clinical & Counselling Psychology

Face to Face Therapy in Pinjarra, Peel Region, WA, 6208

Telehealth Video Sessions across Australia

Who we can help

We provide talk therapy, sometimes known as either counselling or psychotherapy, for individuals from 16, adults throughout their lifespan, couples, and military veterans with a wide range of needs.

What we can help you with

As a clinical & counselling psychology service with years’ of experience in the helping professions, working across a range of settings in public and private mentalhealth care we can prioritise your mental health. In these settings we have experience working with various populations in education, general mental health, substance misuse, specialist trauma services and specialist neurodevelopment services. We can offer you support with: anger, anxiety (general, health, panic, specific phobia, social), attachment, bereavement, complicated grief, CPTSD, depression, impact of cancer, life transitions, low self-esteem, managing emotions, neurodevelopment (ASD, ADHD, FAS), personality disorders (BPD), PTSD, relationship problems, self-harm, self-identity, stress management, substance abuse (alcohol, illicit, prescribed), suicidal thoughts, trauma (combat, emotional, physical, sexual).

Our approach

What to expect

We provide a tailored talk therapy for each person we work with that is designed uniquely for you, known as an integrative approach. To help us do this we are guided by various clinical evidence-based models of therapy that allows us to tailor your treatment for you. Clinical & Counselling Psychology can offer an integrated approach which can include working in a client-centred way holding humanistic values and integrate various skills and techniques from a range of psychotherapies including: Cognitive-Behavioural-Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion-Focused-Therapy (CFT), Dialectical-Behavioural-Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Schema therapy, mindfulness, and person centred/experiential. Whatever the approach that works for you it is always delivered in a safe, respectful, and supportive way that aims to empower you.

The initial session is focused on assessment, where the client and therapist both have the opportunity to get to know each other. The initial assessment allows you the space to share what is difficult for you in your life at this time, and for us to understand how we can best help you going forward. The initial assessment will explore your, the potential origins of your distress, what triggered your distress, what is maintaining your distress, how you are currently managing with your distress, and what your strengths are. From this exploration, We will offer you a psychological understanding (formulation), that will guide your treatment plan.

After the assessment stage, we will agree on goals for how to best make change for you in your life. These goals will also guide your individualised and unique treatment plan. Goals for change may be clear for you when you arrive to therapy, or they may not be. We can help you with setting these after the initial assessment. Sometimes goals can be short term, medium term, or long term, and whatever we work on will depend on what you want to change in your life.

All therapy sessions are offered via video call, online via the internet using Zoom. If this is unfamiliar, just ask when you are making your booking. To use video conferencing you will need access to a video camera, that can be found on your smart phone, computer, or tablet such as an iPad etc.

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Therapy session (51 mins)

Individual $225 - medicare rebate available of $137.05 after acquring a mental health care plan from your GP
Couples $275


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How do I make a booking?

You can make a booking by phoning 0481 579 164 (leaving a voicemail if not available), or you can also send a text message, or email me at enquiries@wkpsychology.com.au.

How long do sessions last?

Each session usually lasts for 51 minutes. However, if we are helping you to process trauma memories, then sessions are extended to 90 minutes to allow sufficient time.

How much does a session cost?

Each individual 51 minute session costs $225. This increases for couples, and 90 minute trauma reprocessing sessions, ask to find out more.

How do I pay?

Each session can be paid via a Bank Transfer. Medicare rebate available. Each session to be paid up front.

What happens at the first appointment?

The initial appointment is when we begin the initial assessment. This session provides you and myself an opportunity to explore what your needs are, how I can help with your distress and allows us both to decide if we can work together going forward.

How many times will I need to come?

William will endeavour to work with you for the shortest time possible, that allows you to resolve/manage the distress that brought you to therapy.

How often are therapy sessions?

Therapy session frequency can vary depending on your distress and the practicalities of finance and life commitments, however as a general rule, sessions are often once per week, or once every two weeks.

Can I bring someone with me to appointments?

Generally individual sessions will only be between yourself and the therapist, however during the initial assessment, if you prefer someone to come with you, then just inform your therapist beforehand.

Do I need a referral from my GP to attend appointments

No, you do not need a referral from your GP to attend appointments, you can pay privately yourself. However, you do need a Mental Health Care Plan from your GP if you want a Medicare Rebate for each session.

Can I attend my young person’s therapy session?

This can be helpful in the initial assessment, if the young person consents to this, however, individual therapy will be between the young person and William.