Acacia Psychology

Complimentary Mental Wellness Check-In

Are you in need of emotional support but unsure where to start?

Acacia Psychology offers a complimentary 30-minute Mental Wellness Check-In with one of our experienced Psychologists or Social Workers.

This session is designed to assist you with navigating the various mental health supports available to you including where to start, accessing rebated sessions, finding the best fit clinician and type of therapies that suits your needs.

Having a Mental Wellness Check-In prior to a formal counselling session also allows you to ask the Psychologist or Social Worker any questions you may have in regard to therapy and have a greater understanding of what to expect in your first session.

This 30-minute session is complimentary and completely confidential.

When booking the session, you will be sent a link to fill out a quick questionnaire about your general well-being over the past month. A copy of this information will be provided to the Psychologist or Social Worker you have booked your complimentary session with.

This complimentary session can be via phone or secure video depending on your preference. The Psychologist or Social Worker will be able to discuss your responses with you and recommend what supports would be best for you. If counselling is deemed appropriate, Acacia Psychology has a quality team of Psychologists and Social Workers with a broad range of skills to support you.

To book your complimentary session, you can call Acacia Psychology 24/7 on 1300 668 200 and request a “free Mental Wellness Check-In”. Let us support you getting support!

"The safety and well being of our clients and staff is always our top priority. Acacia Psychology is currently operating under normal conditions. Due to the pandemic status of COVID-19, some locations may move from face-to-face counselling to secure video or phone. All counselling services are able to be provided 24/7, as always. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and act quickly on the advice of health authorities."