In line with Government regulations, The Psychology Centre has re-opened to the public, although in a slightly limited capacity so that we can all keep enough distance between each other and maintain proper hygiene standards.
We will be offering online or phone appointments and face-to-face meetings for our existing clients, and these can be arranged directly with your clinician. We are also taking new referrals to our waitlist via the typical means (web-based or telephone).
We are working hard towards having only minimal disruption to our usual service, but there are naturally some delays that remain as a result of the covid situation. Our greater goal remains to protect each other, you, and our community in general.
Of course, other services that are available for mental health support are the 1737 mental health helpline, which is available 24/7 – just text or call 1737 to speak to a trained counsellor anytime.
For urgent mental health enquiries, please contact the Crisis Assessment team on 0800 50 50 50. They are also available 24/7 if needed.
Links to other useful resources can be found at the bottom of this message.
Please take care of yourselves and others during this time.
We remain in this together.
Kia kaha. He waka eke noa.