Bold Psychology provides clinical psychology and counseling services to people of all ages with mental health issues or developmental disabilities.
They offer a variety of treatment options, including individual and group programs tailored to individual goals.
Practice can help you develop skills and strategies to help you deal with your emotions such as anxiety, anger, or stress, as well as unnecessary thoughts and behaviors.
Director and clinical psychologist Melissa Farr said taking the first step to getting help can be intimidating, but they aim to “make it as smooth as possible.”
“Clients are welcome to bring family members or loved ones to their sessions and you are more than welcome to call anytime to discuss in confidence to see if Bold Psychology may be right for you,” Ms. Farr said. .
The firm was established six years ago in Sutherland, but moved to Gymea early this year due to its expansion. “We are a private psychology practice that provides treatment for developmental disabilities and mental health issues,” Ms. Farr said.
“We specialize in autism spectrum disorders and co-morbidities and provide a warm and welcoming (non-clinical) environment.
“We have several clinicians to support other family members and provide support for NDIS exams. And we also have a resident therapy dog called Lexie.
“Our clients are encouraged to use their NDIS and Medicare funding to access our services.”
Ms Farr said the firm prides itself on offering strong therapeutic relationships and has many long-term clients.
They have built strong networks within the community with other professionals such as those in the allied health fields as well as pediatricians, psychiatrists and local schools.
They also have Saturday appointments available.
“We have a track record of success and have achieved strong therapeutic outcomes for our clients with improvements in day-to-day functioning such as relationships, employment and the transition to mainstream schools,” said Ms. Farr.
“We have also seen a reduction in symptoms for a range of mental health problems.
“For example, clients were able to engage in activities they couldn’t do before, like helping people with needle phobia get the COVID vaccine and those with social anxiety to attend a clinic. school or party. “
You will find Bold Psychology at 81A Gymea Bay Road, Gymea.
For details on the range of treatments and payment options available, you can call 0450 116 or visit their website at www.boldpsychology.com.au.