Lifepath Psychology ‘s COVID-19 Telehealth fees as of 20th April 2020

The Federal Government have made amendments to the Medicare Telehealth provisions during the COVID-19 crisis. They have estimated that telehealth provisions will be accessible until 30 September 2020, with a review to extend. Currently, Medicare will subsidise Telehealth appointments for clients who have a valid Medicare card, as well as a valid referral and Mental […]

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Telehealth Services Criteria

Are you eligible for Telehealth services? Under new Government guidelines, depending upon your circumstances, you may be eligible for psychology sessions via the phone or video link such as FaceTime or Skype.  If you suspect you or a family member has coronavirus (COVID-19) you should call (not visit) your GP or ring:National Coronavirus Hotline on […]

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Lifepath Psychology – Coronavirus protocol

At Lifepath Psychology the health and welfare of our clients, staff and practitioners is of utmost importance to us. Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Federal & State Government, Health Regulatory Body and Health Department have advised suitable protocols are followed to minimise the potential exposure to clients. IMPORTANT – BEFORE BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT […]

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Bullying and your rights

Bullying has long lasting detrimental affects on a person. The following information provides some insight into what is bullying, your rights, how bullying can affect you, and what to do if you are being bullied at school.   Your Rights You have a right to feel safe and to be treated fairly and respectfully, these […]

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Help over the holiday period

The holiday season can be a stressful period, while intended to be a time of celebration, it can also be a time of sadness or loneliness for some people. You may feel that the holidays don’t meet your expectations, or you may miss people who you cannot be with over the holidays. It is normal […]

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Internet addiction and online gaming disorder on the rise

In our modern world, the internet has become an integral part of our daily lives, enabling us to be more connected and efficient than ever before. But our move online has also resulted in the serious and growing global phenomenon of internet addiction.   What is internet addiction? Internet addiction manifests when excessive internet use […]

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Do you clench or grind your teeth at night?

Do you clench or grind your teeth at night? Grinding or clenching your teeth at night can be very painful. The medical term for teeth grinding and clenching of the jaw is known as bruxism. The teeth grinding action that occurs with bruxism is unconscious. This is why hypnosis for bruxism can be effective, as […]

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

What is PTSD? Post-traumatic stress disorder (sometimes called PTSD) is a form of anxiety disorder. The Australian prevalence rates for PTSD are 4.4% (12 month) and 7.2% (lifetime) Some people develop this condition after they have experienced a traumatic event. This event might be a serious accident, physical or sexual assault, war or torture, or […]

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Children who bully at school

Understanding school bullying School bullying is a serious problem in many countries. Bullying is observed across gender, race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status. It is prevalent in all grades and all schools – and can be mild, moderate or severe. Bullying is now widely considered as a systematic abuse of power, that is, the intention of […]

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