45% of Australians experience mental illness in their lives, that’s 1 in 5 in any given year.
Yet many people find it extremely difficult if not impossible to access a therapist.
The impact on individuals, families and communities can be huge.
A lack of professionals in their area, long distances driven to appointments, time and money pressures and stigma are all contributing factors.
We provide a convenient, private and affordable solution.
You may have been thinking of seeking help for months, if not years.
You have taken the courageous step in being here and we invite you to connect with us to learn more about how we can help you start feeling better.
The Nova team of therapists are passionate in ensuring everyone can access therapy without waiting weeks or months to talk to someone. We align with evidence-based therapies and best practice to help people with a large range of concerns around mental health and life circumstances.
Did you know that 1 in 6 women in Australia will experience depression and 1 in 3 women will experience anxiety during their lifetime?
Women also experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and eating disorders at higher rates than men, in addition to hormonal issues caused by pregnancy, motherhood and menopause.
Nova Psychology therapists can help you.
On average, 1 in 8 men will experience depression and 1 in 5 men will experience anxiety at some stage of their lives in Australia.
We know that men tend to bottle things up and don’t find it easy to ask for help. You don’t have to do it alone.
Talk online to one of Nova Psychology therapists and let us help you to effectively manage your mental health and improve the quality of your life
If you’re feeling down, sad or anxious or if you’re being bullied or stressed by peer pressure and it’s affecting your happiness and ability to keep up with your friends, family or studies, talk to one of the Nova Psychology therapists to find out what’s happening and how to cope and manage those feelings.
Don’t be embarrassed or shy. We can talk online in the privacy of your own room.
COVID-19 has added to the stress of many couples. Dealing with issues that arise from mental health, relationships or addiction isn’t easy to do alone.
Your thoughts can become overwhelming, leaving you confused and not knowing what to do next.
Nova Psychology therapists can help. Reach out to us to get relief from the pressures you are facing.
At Nova Psychology, therapists work with clients with a range of abilities, those who are differently abled and those who are neurodiverse.
We believe all Australians should have easy access to psychological support.
We are excited that Telehealth therapy has opened increased opportunities for people of differing abilities to access psychological support.
Nova Psychology’s telehealth services connects more rural and remote Australians with psychology services, meaning people can receive support in their own communities.
Telehealth services reduce the need for travel, saving money and avoiding the need to take time off work or find alternative care for dependents or pets.
There is now a large body of research evidence demonstrating that outcomes and practitioner/client satisfaction for telepsychology interventions are generally equivalent to traditional face-to-face interventions.
I was a bit unsure of booking an online psychologist appointment, but Nova Psychology made the process so easy. I felt understood and supported through the initial process. The service is very professional from booking appointments, reminders and emailing after sessions. Appointments can be made to suit my schedule and location. I am grateful to my psychologist for helping me through such a difficult time in my life. I always feel cared for and have never felt judged or pressured when setting goals for my wellbeing. It has been such a comfort to know my mental health is important to my psychologist and the Nova Psychology team, they really do care! This practice is exactly what I needed and I would recommend Nova Psychology to anyone looking for a psychologist.
Lee Sull, NSW Australia