Free and Low Cost Therapy and Groups for Children, Young People and Adults
ACAP Clinics currently have no waiting list for our therapy services to children, young people and adults.
The Clinic is staffed by final year Psychology/Clinical Psychology, Counselling/Psychotherapy and Social Work students on placement and offers a wide range of individual and group therapy options. Students are closely monitored and supervised by experienced senior clinicians and academics.
Services are delivered free – at no or very low cost (all fees waived currently in response to the pandemic).
Groups include Art for Happiness; Mindfulness; Compassionate Therapy; Social Anxiety and an International Students Wellbeing Group.
Referrals are accepted Australia wide, and services are delivered using Telehealth on Zoom. Face to face service is possible in some locations (Covid permitting).
We have clinic space in Sydney, and rooms in Byron Bay, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Clients and families from regional and remote areas are very welcome to access our free services using Telehealth.
People can self-refer to the Clinic or via a warm referral from your service.
GP/Medicare referral is not required, and the service is available to all people regardless of visa status. Refugees and International Students are very welcome.
The Clinic values diversity and work with First Nations, CALD and LGBTQ+ people.
Children, adults, and young people from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Backgrounds; Culturally or Linguistically Diverse; Queer and other communities are very welcome to make contact. People living with Disabilities are also very welcome at the Clinic
To book, refer, or for more information, visit The ACAP Psychology Clinic website; send us an email or call (02) 8236 8070.
Hear to Talk
‘Hear2Talk’ is a free, peer-run, confidential and independent phone support line for all workers across NSW. People in the workplace are welcome to call the line if they need someone to talk to for workplace wellbeing support, information and on referral to appropriate services.
A few key features of the service include:
· Available 7 days a week, including after business hours from 12pm-8pm.
· Option for follow-up calls to see how you’re progressing.
· Call-back back service to ensure you get timely support.
· Access to additional support if required.
Hear2Talk can be reached on 1300 H2 TALK (1300 428 255).
Please find attached the program flyer, or visit the website (https://www.neaminational.org.au/find-services/hear2talk/) for additional details.
The Hear2Talk team are also available to join you workplace team meetings (online), to share more information about the service if you’d like. Feel free to reach out to arrange this, or if you have any questions – email@example.com / 0438 458 846.