Welcome to Signature Psychology.
We are professional and caring Clinical Psychologists who provide a high quality therapy and counselling service. Our sensitive and highly effective approach to therapy is guided by current thinking and clinical research and is specifically tailored to your individual needs and goals. This is why we call ourselves ‘Signature Psychology’.
Acknowledging that you are experiencing problems and making the decision to see a Clinical Psychologist to talk about your issues may seem overwhelming. We understand that you may feel reluctant to talk about personal issues with a stranger, but at the end of the first session, those who have come to see us typically report how helpful it has been.
We are skilled in remaining objective, which can be difficult at times for some well-meaning family or close friends.
Signature Psychology Clinical Psychologists are highly trained in the specialist area of mental health and can help you in exploring and understanding the factors leading up to and maintaining your problems. We help our clients learn effective ways of coping, and to make changes to reduce your distress and improve your well-being.
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Why consider choosing Signature Psychology?
- We are registered with the Psychology board of Australia as Clinical Psychologists
- Clinical Psychologists with a Masters degree or above post graduate qualifications. Dr. Patrick Kingsep has a Masters degree and PhD.
- Members of the Australian Psychological Society and Australian Clinical Psychology Association
- Expertise in Adolescent, Adult, Older Adult and Couple’s Therapy
- We provide evidence based treatments
- Mature age male therapist
- Medicare rebates available
- Open after hours BY appointment (Saturday and Sunday closed)
- Free parking in a convenient location
We are not a crisis service. If you require urgent assistance please go to your nearest Hospital Emergency Department, or call the Mental Health Emergency Response Line (MHERL) on 1300 555788, or go to see your GP, or call Crisis Care on 9223 1111.