Who is e Therapy for?

E Therapy is designed to suit anyone, anywhere. It is convenient for people that have difficulty accessing psychology services either because of distance or remoteness or due to mobility problems, anxiety issues which can prevent you leaving your home, people with childcare commitments or simply for people that have a busy work and travel schedule.

Appointments can be arranged at time that is convenient for everyone.

Common psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, worry, stress, grief, pain management, relationship issues and issues around general life direction are all suitable for e Therapy.

Research has shown that e Therapy is a practical and effective alternative to face to face therapy.

E Therapy is not suitable for acute presentations, where a person may be a risk of self harming behavior, harm to others or where there are concerns about the wellbeing of a child under the age of 16.


E Therapy is not currently covered by Medicare under the Medicare Better Access Scheme, however it may be covered by your private health insurer – please contact your insurance provider for more information.

All sessions need to be paid via internet banking. For more information about the fees or to discuss if e Therapy is right for you please contact us today.
How does e Therapy work?

With e Therapy, you can access a qualified and experienced clinical psychologist using phone or Skype technology. You simply indicate which form of contact you feel most comfortable with and we can go from there.

If you choose Skype, your appointment will be conducted just like a face-to-face session – you will be able to see, hear and interact with your psychologist ‘virtually’ for the length of the session. You will be able to interact with your psychologist much the same as you would in a consulting room, except you are in the comfort of your own space.

All you need is a computer with a camera and audio capacity, a reliable internet service, a Skype account and a private uninterrupted space in which to have your therapy session. Click here for more information on how to use Skype and to download Skype for free .