Christmas Period Update, 2nd December 2020:
Kenmore Psychology will be closed for the Christmas period from 23rd December, re-opening on 11th January.
If you need assistance or support during this period, please do not hesitate to contact Lifeline on 13 11 14, Beyond Blue on 1300 22 46 36, Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467, the Acute Care Team on 1300 MH CALL (1300 642 255), or Emergency Services on 000.
Otherwise, for any appointment enquiries for the new year, please feel free to book online here, or email our friendly admin at email@example.com, and we will respond to your message after we re-open on 11th January.
Wishing everyone a safe and gentle Christmas break and warmest wishes for the new year,
COVID-19 Update, 9th July 2020:
Kenmore Psychology is currently offering a mix of face-to-face appointments and Telehealth (video conferencing) appointments, depending on the practitioner and availability. Please click on our psychologists below to learn more about them:
Dr Judith Sheridan: Face to face appointments and Telehealth available
Dr Maya Lloyd: Face to face appointments
Sophia Ford: Face to face appointments and Telehealth available
Andrew Bell: Face to face appointments
COVID-19 Update, 3rd July 2020:
We all need to be mindful of our mental health during this time of uncertainty, sudden changes, and unexpected flow-on effects.
For the safety of you, our clients, and of our practitioners, and to all of our families, we have been given the opportunity to continue providing mental health care by the Australian Government, using Telehealth.
Given the changes in circumstances we are now offering face-to-face appointments again. We will still be offering Telehealth and telephone consults for those who are not comfortable coming into the office. We ask that if you are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms you conduct your appointment via one of the remote options. As health professionals, we will continue to do our best to provide high quality, evidence-based psychological services.
We hope to be able to continue supporting you through this situation, and most importantly: stay safe.
Dr Judith Sheridan, Principal Psychologist