Psychology Clinic


The WSU Psychology Clinic is staffed by provisionally registered psychologists currently undertaking post graduate training to become clinical psychologists.

All provisionally registered psychologists are supervised by full accredited and experienced clinical psychology supervisors. The clinic prides itself on providing excellence in clinical supervision.

The WSU Psychology Clinic provides the community with low-cost psychological assessment, treatment and testing. We offer a range of psychological services and interventions for all ages including children (over 6 years of age), young people, adults and families.

WSU Psychology Clinics are committed to providing high quality care, offering specialised clinical assessment and treatment using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). CBT is an evidence-based intervention, meaning that it is scientifically tested and proven to be effective. CBT teaches individuals to change unhelpful thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

As a training clinic, services are not suitable for individuals who are acutely psychotic, suicidal or in immediate crisis. If you are in crisis, please contact the Mental Health Line on 1800 011 511, Lifeline on 13 11 14, Emergency Services on 000, or present to your nearest Emergency Department.

To book an appointment, or for further details please contact the Clinic:

T (02) 9852 5288 | E
WSU Psychology Clinics
Ground Floor, Building O, Western Sydney University – Kingswood Campus