Counselling & psychologist clinic, Fitzroy North
Deciding to seek professional help for psychological, emotional or relationship difficulties can be a big step. It can be hard trying to determine where to start, what type of help is required and the best person to meet your needs.
Holden Street Clinic offers independent practitioners from a range of disciplines, each with different areas of specialty and expertise. This diversity allows you to make an informed choice about selecting the professional assistance that is right for you.
The counselling, psychotherapy and psychological services offered by Holden Street Clinic’s counsellors and psychologists in Fitzroy North are provided to people at different life-stages. There are practitioners experienced and trained in work with children, adolescents and adults. Help for families and couples is also available.
We believe in establishing a working partnership with the people we help. As part of providing the highest-quality care we aim to work with GPs, schools and other health professionals where required. All practitioners value a collaborative approach to care.
Those based at Holden St Clinic have worked extensively across the community, education and health sectors. Consultation, supervision and professional development are offered to training psychologists, social workers, other mental health clinicians and professionals including GPs, community workers, teachers and allied health practitioners.
Holden Street Clinic offers wide-ranging and comprehensive psychological services including psychological assessments, child and adolescent psychotherapy, individual counselling and psychotherapy, Gestalt psychotherapy, couples counselling and relationship counselling in Fitzroy North. We also offer family therapy services, parenting support and professional development and support.
Our counselling, psychologist and psychotherapy clinic is conveniently located close to public transport and with access to street parking.
Please see our list of individual practitioners to determine how we can best meet your needs. If you or someone you know is in need of immediate help, visit our emergency contacts page for details on services such as Lifeline, Sane Helpline, Men’s Line Australia
and Women’s Information and Referral Exchange (WIRE).