Helping you find experienced, compassionate clinicians for your child or teenager, face-to-face or online.
We are here to help you find the right care for your child or teenager – it’s a big decision and not easy to know who is the best person for your child to see.
Your child will be seen by one of our senior, experienced clinicians, personally selected for their compassionate nature and commitment to helping families just like yours, either face-to face or online.
An ADHD diagnosis is the key to better daily functioning and effective treatment options such as therapy, medication and lifestyle adjustments.
An autism assessment can help identify symptoms and provide guidance on support to help your child live comfortably and reach their potential.
Talking therapy can help children and teenagers overcome challenges, understand and cope with emotions, and live a happier and healthier life.
if you've noticed your child has been experiencing anxiety symptoms for an extended period of time, it may be time to seek professional help.
A psychiatric assessment can identify mental health issues in children, and uses evidence-based methods to determine the appropriate support to set them on a path to improved mental health.
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Every year we help thousands of people take the first step towards a better tommorrow.
We weren’t sure what help Emily, our 12 year old, needed, we just knew she was growing increasingly anxious. The triage team were really helpful in identifying in helping us determine that a psychiatric assessment would be the most important first step. The Psychiatrist was able to develop a good relationship with our daughter who has great trust and faith in him. We could not have had a better service from them or your team.”
Josh started becoming more and more withdrawn – at first we thought it was just part of being a teenager, but things didn’t improve and it began to badly affect his school work and social life. It felt like we had lost our son. Taking Josh to see a Psychiatrist wasn’t an easy step – we were very nervous that we had somehow failed him. However, the Psychiatrist was really friendly and made us all feel at ease – it took all the ‘sting’ out of an incredibly worrying few years and I just wish we had sought help earlier.