Child and Adolescent Psychology Clinic

We are currently accepting referrals for both individual and group therapy sessions for Semesters 1 and 2, 2024. Please see the referral form details below.

Unfortunately, we are STILL UNABLE TO ACCEPT NEW REFERRALS for Cognitive Assessment until further notice. If you would like to be on the contact list about any future changes to the Clinic’s waitlist status, please email or call us on 9266 1717.

The Child and Adolescent Psychology Clinic offer specialist assessment and therapy for children, adolescents and their families in a one-to-one client‑focused environment.

The service is provided by clinical and professional psychology trainees undertaking supervised advanced post-graduate training and practice in Clinical Psychology. Your treatment is supported by supervision from highly experienced, registered Clinical Psychologists, in the area of child and adolescent services.

Range of Services

The Child and Adolescent Psychology Clinic is proficient in a range of child, adolescent and associated family problems. These include:

Aussie Optimism group programs

Each year, we run a range of Aussie Optimism child and concurrent parent groups. Each group runs for 10 weeks, with participants needing to attend a prior intake assessment at our Clinic. The following groups are available, pending sufficient referrals:

  • Feeling and Friends Group (5-8 year olds)
    This 10-week group focuses on identifying feelings and forming good relationships. The program assists children to manage strong feelings, cope with challenging situations, and be friendly with others.
  • Positive Thinking Skills Group (8-10 year olds)
    This 10-week group focuses on emotional competence, and cognitive skills. The program assists children to identify their feelings and thoughts, to learn strategies to cope with fears, and teaches them how to relax and think rationally about situations.
  • Social Life Skills Group (10-12 year olds)
    This 10 week group program teaches children how to regulate their feelings, communicate effectively and solve interpersonal problems. Activities develop the child’s confidence to use skills in a variety of contexts, including resisting peer pressure.
Reception psychology clinic


Download a referral form to secure your appointment.

Please note: Due to ethical issues, the service is not available to staff, students or the immediate family members of those enrolled in Psychology courses at Curtin University.

Contact us:

Building 404
Bentley Campus
Tel: 9266 1717


Standard Consultation: $45
Groups: $25
Cognitive assessment: $255


Parking is available in areas PF2 and PF3.
See Reception on arrival for temporary parking permit