The Western Sydney University Psychology Clinic provides individuals within the community with low-cost psychological treatment and testing services for children (6 years and above), adolescents and adults.
The Psychology Clinic is staffed by provisionally registered psychologists currently undertaking post graduate training to become clinical psychologists. All provisionally registered psychologists are supervised by fully accredited and experienced clinical psychology supervisors. The collective qualifications and experience of the clinical team means that provisionally registered psychologists are provided with exceptional levels of support, supervision and training.
We are committed to providing high quality care, offering specialised clinical assessment and treatment using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques (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.
To book an appointment, or for further details please contact the Clinic:
Clinic Location: Western Sydney University Psychology Clinics Western Sydney University Ground Floor, Building O, Kingswood Campus, Second Avenue Kingswood
24-hour crisis support
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 call Emergency Services on 000 / present to your nearest Emergency Department or contact;
Lifeline – 13 11 14 Mental Health Access Line – 1800 011 511 Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention – 1300 363 622