Appointments are currently available on Tuesdays Thursdays and Fridays.
Appointments are typically 50 minutes long. At your first appointment, you will be asked a series of questions and may be asked to complete a questionnaire. At the end of the first appointment, your psychologist will discuss with you a treatment plan, and book a series of appointments.
In some circumstances, appointments are available via video conference.
What to expect
At your first appointment, the psychologist will spend time asking questions about your life, including your background and your current circumstances. This will assist her in developing a plan for future sessions. You may be asked to complete a questionnaire at this time.
If you have requested assistance for a child or young person, part of the first session is generally spent with a parent or caregiver. It is useful to bring another responsible adult to care for the child in the waiting room during the first part of the session. The psychologist will then spend time alone with the child, often playing games, drawing and talking.
At the end of the first session, the psychologist will work with you to develop a plan, including timing of future sessions, any “homework” between sessions, and the proposed length of therapy.
Booking an Appointment
Appointments can be made by phoning or emailing Naomi. Alternatively, appointments can be requested online.
You will be prompted to select your preferred time, and to provide contact details. The clinic will then confirm the availability of your appointment.
Forms and Questionnaires
After your initial appointment is confirmed, we ask that you complete a questionnaire for yourself or, if you are making an appointment for a child, on behalf of the child.
Our forms and questionnaires can be downloaded and filled out electronically, or printed and filled manually. When completed, please return via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring with you to your first appointment.