Make an appointment

To make an appointment complete the enquiry form below and our friendly support team will be in contact within three business days (usually sooner).

If you have any trouble using this form don’t hesitate to call us on (03) 9376 1958 or email us here.

These questions help us to match you up to the right team member. Some are optional, and some are required to make a booking.

Please note that we only see clients through Medicare, private health insurance or privately. Unfortunately we are unable to see clients through TAC, Workcover, Victims of Crime, NDIS or any other third party. We also do not provide court reports or one off assessments. If you’d like to chat further about this though, of course get in touch with us.

Your first name (required)

Your surname (required)

Your mobile number (required)

Your email (required)

As part of the booking process, we will get in touch with you via phone, email and/or SMS. If you’d prefer for us to not contact you via any of these methods, please indicate this below
Please do not call mePlease do not SMS mePlease do not email me

Your current address (required)
If your current address is not the same as the address you have registered with Medicare, please update your address with Medicare before your first appointment.

Street address


How did you hear about Inner Melbourne Clinical Psychology?

Date of birth (day/month/year)

Which location would you prefer? (You can choose more than one)
KensingtonMelbourne CBDFitzroy NorthNo preference

Which days/times would you prefer? (You can choose more than one option)
Monday 9-4pmMonday 4pm onwardsTuesday 9-4pmTuesday 4pm onwardsWednesday 9-4pmWednesday 4pm onwardsThursday 9-4pmThursday 4pm onwardsFriday 9-4pmFriday 4pm onwardsSaturday 9-3pm

Is there a particular psychologist you would like to see?
Our Support Team will endeavour to match you with your preferred psychologist if their availability allows

Please tick the issue/s you would like help with:

AnxietyDepressionStress and burnoutRelationship difficultiesChildren’s mental healthGeneralised anxietySocial anxietyPanic attacksPhobiasHealth anxietyTrauma and post-traumatic stressEating disordersBody image issuesPre and postnatal mental healthGrief and lossLow self-esteemPerfectionismAutism spectrum disordersBody dysmorphic disorderAdjusting to a new country and culturePeople from immigrant, asylum seeking and refugee backgroundsSupport for abusive relationshipsSexual assaultJob or study dissatisfaction
Carer supportAdjustment to stressful life changesDrug and alcohol issuesEmotional difficultiesBipolarSleep problemsAnger managementCommunication skillsIdentity issuesPsychosisObsessions and compulsionsChronic illness and painLiving with cancerLearning difficultiesCouples counsellingSexuality and sexual developmentWellbeing and self-careSelf-developmentInternet and game addictionFamily issuesParenting issuesSchool-based issuesTerminal illness and end of life issuesWomen's health issuesDissociation

Of the issues above which one feels like the main issue, or the one you feel most concerned about?

When people mention drug and alcohol issues we ask a few extra questions. This information is really helpful in assisting us to figure out whether our clinic is the best place for you to get support.

Which substance(s) you are wanting assistance with?

When did you last use this substance(s)?

To book you in, we will need the following details about your partner:

Partner's full name

Partner's date of birth

Partner's phone number

Partner's email address

Partner's current address

When clients mention an eating disorder we like to get a bit more information, such as, which eating disorder you are referring to and whether you are linked in with any other services such as a GP. It also helps us to know if this is the main reason bringing you in, or if there is something else that feels more pressing or concerning.

Please provide more information that will ensure that we are able to provide more specific recommendations for support.

When clients mention anger management we like to ask a few extra questions to help us to figure out whether our clinic is the best place for you to get support.

Can you let us know more about the specific issues you are having with your anger?

Has your anger ever resulted in you being violent? Please provide more information if so.

Please provide some more information about your concerns around obsessions and compulsions

Have you been diagnosed with psychosis by a GP, psychiatrist or other mental health professional?

If you have been diagnosed with psychosis, please provide us with some information about who made this diagnosis and when this occurred?

If you are currently seeing a psychiatrist, please provide their name and phone number.

If you are currently taking medication, please let us know which type of medication and what dose you are taking.

Please let us know if there is any other information that you think it would be helpful for us to know when matching you up with one of our psychologists.

Do you have a Medicare referral/GP letter/Mental Health Treatment Plan?

If yes, what is the name of your GP and/or your GP clinic?

What is the date of your referral or letter?

If you have already used sessions with another psychologist, how many have you used since 1st January this year?
If you are unsure about this you would need to speak with Medicare (Ph: 132 011) and bring this information along to your first session.