A Health Psychologist is a trained professional who works with people who live with chronic health conditions, and helps them manage their conditions more effectively.

Do you have an ongoing health issue that you find difficult to manage, such as diabetes, arthritis, obesity, heart disease or chronic pain? Are there things you would like to do to improve your health, but you find it hard to get motivated? Not sure where to start? Then a Health Psychologist can help you. We can work with you to help improve your health and wellbeing, provide support and motivation to make positive changes, and connect you to other health and wellbeing services.

Our Health Psychology services are available to adults aged 18 years and over, living in the City of Whittlesea, who have one or more chronic health conditions. This could include (but is not limited to) diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, obesity and chronic pain.

Our Health Psychologist can:

  • Provide one-on-one psychological assessment and strategies for psychological wellbeing
  • Develop education and behavioural change programs
  • Help you to identify your barriers to achieving better health, and how to overcome barriers such as anxiety, depression, anger
  • Provide information about relevant services that may assist you and/or refer you to other relevant services, such as a Physiotherapist or Dietitian

We will help you to work on what matters to you. We might give you guidance or make suggestions, but it is up to you what actions you take.

We provide services to adults aged over 18 years living in the City of Whittlesea.

Our service can only accept internal referrals. For more information, please call our Intake team on telephone 9409 8724.

Wait lists may apply for some services.

Interpreters are available free of charge.

For current clients who would like to book or cancel appointments, contact Reception on 9409 8787 for City of Whittlesea locations or Reception on 1300 234 263 for City of Hume locations.