Contact Us

We are temporarily closing down!. Existing patients will be supported through this transition.

Our Working Hours

Opening Hours:

Saturday: 9AM to 5PM*

*Hours are likely to change

Reception is closed.

Please contact via text or email if you have any queries.I’ll try to reply ASAP

What to Expect Seeing A Psychiatrist

The first appointment with a psychiatrist is usually a detailed evaluation. The psychiatrist will want to get to know you and what difficulties you are experiencing. The appointment durations are typically between 45-90 minutes. Your psychiatrist will ask you about your background medical history, what issues are concerning you and how they affect your life. A treatment plan will then be made. Your psychiatrist may recommend you to see a particular specialist or have laboratory tests to assess your health status.

Can I Bring Someone With Me?

You are more than welcome to bring a family member or a friend to your appointment if you want to. They are able to either wait for you at the reception or come in for all or part of the appointment.

Getting An Appointment

As with all medical specialists, the first step towards seeing a psychiatrist is getting a referral from your general practitioner (family doctor). Once you have received the referral, you are then able to call your preferred Psychiatry Clinic and book in a consultation. Remember, it is important to book in advance as waiting periods may apply.

Book An Appointment

Select your preferred appointment time and date by giving us a call.

Request An Appointment with our psychiatrist (Office or After Hours)

    Contact Us Directly (Office Hours Only)


    Mobile: 61490029491

    Fax: (03) 8579 6897

    In Personal crisis?

    If you are in an emergency or at immediate risk of harm to yourself or others, please contact emergency services on: 000

    Lifeline(Australian charity proving 24 hour crisis support)
    Ph: 13 11 14
    Suicide call back service (Nationwide free professional counseling 24/7)
    Ph: 1300 659 467