Engaging in therapy can assist with issues such as anxiety, depression, behavioural problems, sleep issues, chronic pain, grief and loss, caregiving issues, relationship difficulties, significant life transitions, managing health-related behaviours, stress, and developing positive wellbeing behaviours.

Therapy services provided at the Clinic cater to individuals, couples, and families and are provided by provisional psychologists or counselling students. We offer short to medium-term therapy. Should you require long-term therapy and intervention, we encourage you to speak to your treating health professional to explore other suitable support options.

Services not offered by the UQ Psychology Clinic

It is important to note that we do not provide services for the following issues . We recommend consulting your local doctor or other suitable health professional for more appropriate referral options to avoid unnecessary delays in obtaining appropriate assistance for your needs:

  • Walk-in, crisis, or emergency services
  • Medico/legal, worker’s compensation, family court, or other legal matters
  • Criminal-related behaviours or concerns
  • High risk of suicidality or self-harm
  • High risk of violence to self or others
  • Current psychotic behaviours
  • Issues requiring long-term treatment options. As our training clinicians are on rotation from March to December only, we focus on providing short-term therapy designed to assist clients address their immediate concerns.
  • Students undertaking postgraduate psychology or counselling studies at UQ (undergraduate UQ students, including those from the School of Psychology, are welcome to be seen at the Clinic)

If you are uncertain as to whether our service is suitable for you, please contact the clinic directly.