NEVER BE AFRAID TO ASK FOR HELP

Ultimate You and ISN Psychology are proud to partner to deliver YOU free 1:1 Psychology sessions for anyone
who is currently struggling and affected by the lockdowns and current situation.

It’s been an extremely challenging time for everyone, people losing their businesses, livelihoods and separated from their familes and so much more.

Peoples mental health has been affected like never before and we have come together to help as many people as we can regain their calm, build back their mental strength and move forward into a brighter future.

Through the ISN Clinic we are now able to offer a Telehealth Service to allow you to connect with our provisional psychologists through safe, online videoconferencing.

We have set up this service specifically to support the community during the corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic. There is significant need for focused psychological and mental health services at this time.

What You Can Expect

All of our therapists work within a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) framework. CBT is a model of care with a strong evidence base when delivered via technology platforms. Our online service offers individualised assessment and treatment similar to attending in person, with the therapist and client interacting throughout a 50-minute session.

We support our clients to learn practically useful skills that help them to lead more fulfilling lives. Session are focused on practical skills that are practiced and applied through the week.

We also use regular standardised assessments to help our clients to evaluate their health outcomes.

The Telehealth platforms we use are easy to operate, secure, and allow for highly interactive sessions.

Who we are

The therapists delivering services at the Telehealth services are fully registered psychologists and provisionally registered psychologists working under supervision

Problems Treated

The Telehealth Service focuses on the assessment and treatment of common mental health problems that may have developed or have been made worse in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. We typically see adults, either alone or with their children, who are experiencing significant levels of emotional and anxiety distress.

Problems and conditions that may be less suitable for our Telehealth service include: acute risk, severe symptoms, and severe and/or chronic conditions such as psychosis and dissociation.

Effective services are provided for the following problems:

We are happy to work with your GP, psychiatrist, and other allied health professional (e.g., dietician, physiotherapist, occupational therapist, social worker) to ensure wrap-around care.

 

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