EASTERN SHORE PSYCHOLOGY
Clinical Psychology Services
Sometimes, seeking help from a mental health professional is the best step you can take, towards embracing and changing the life you have. We genuinely live, eat and breathe all things mental health. We're a dedicated bunch - Now 7 Psychologists at Rosny Park, Eastern Shore, Hobart.
We'll be happy to guide you through what ever life is throwing you at the moment and are dedicated to supporting our community through this global pandemic.
COVID-19 UPDATE 2021
We are offer face to face sessions, along with continued phone and online sessions, if you prefer
For any face to face clinic sessions, hygiene and social distancing measures will continue to be enforced. We do ask you not to come early for appointments, to avoid extra time in the waiting area. Also, unless absolutely necessary, we would prefer family members to meet you after the appointment and not in waiting area :)
WHO ARE WE?
We're committed towards helping the people of Hobart, live a happier, healthier and more meaningful life.
Seriously, mental health isn't just a job to us! We are absolutely motivated to supporting you, in order to transform your life for the better.
We are centrally located on the Eastern Shore (obviously), in Rosny, just over the bridge (10 min max from centre of Hobart - it's really not that far;))
Here's our Wonderful Team:
To see more information about our Psychologists and
Practice Staff, Please Click Here -
- CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
- REGISTERED PSYCHOLOGIST
- REGISTERED PSYCHOLOGIST
- REGISTERED PSYCHOLOGIST
MEDIA AND ARTICLES
Here are some Media articles, we have contributed to, in regard to suicide awareness, workplace bullying and helping our community.
Get in touch with Sarah Purvey if you would like a contribution from her for media.
Sarah has recently been interviewed on ABC Radio and Hit 100.9 about COVID-19 and about her book release,
Keep Sane and Parent On.
Jimmy & Nath were joined by clinical psychologist Sarah Purvey from Eastern Shore Psychology who chatted about talking to your kids about COVID-19 - especially when your mental health might be taking a hit at the moment as well.
CRISIS NUMBERS AND SERVICES
For urgent and immediate support, please be aware that there are a number of 24/7 services you can contact. We are unable to provide immediate and crisis support, unless you are an existing client, on our caseload.
Typically, wait times for a private psychologist are 4-8 weeks (sometimes less, sometimes more). We endeavour to book you in as soon as possible and often cancellations can come up, so you may not be waiting that long.
Please don't hesitate to contact a crisis service for immediate support.
The Suicide Call Back Service provides immediate support to anyone feeling suicidal. In addition, they can provide ongoing support through up to six 50 minute telephone counselling sessions that will provide you with longer term support. The Suicide Call Back Service also offers online counselling.
13 11 14
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.
Lifeline are committed to empowering Australians to be suicide-safe through connection, compassion and hope.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES HELPLINE
1800 332 388
A central point of entry to Mental Health Services for all Tasmanians
24/7 free phone line
Staffed by community mental health clinicians, who:
- may refer you to a Mental Health Community team in your area
will provide contact details for another service if they are more suitable to assist you
may refer you to a Community Mental Health Crisis Response team who are available extended working hours seven days a week.
There's a crack in everything.
That's how the light gets in.
YOUR LIFE MIGHT BE GRIM ENOUGH..
So therapy doesn't need to be grim too
Let's face it, seeing a psychologist, isn't at the top of everyone's "to do" list. We're keen to create an experience for you that makes you want to come to see us. From the moment you walk in, we hope that you'll feel comfortable. Our rooms are sunny, with oodles of natural light and views of a big green tree and Hobart's glorious Mt Wellington. We'll greet you with comfy chairs/couches, a cuppa and even a sneaky chocolate (hey! It releases serotonin! 😂 )
JOIN OUR TEAM
Do you love to support your clients, but feel you don’t get to do that enough in your current workplace? Are you tired of working in an inflexible environment? Do you feel isolated? Would you like clinical endorsement supervision? Do you want more freedom? And would you love to be supported by passionate and friendly clinicians?
These are just some of the benefits of working at Eastern Shore Psychology. Psychology is more than just a job to us. We love to make our clients feel welcome and relaxed from the moment they walk in the door (it’s a particularly warm and inviting office, with natural light, comfy chairs, music, tea and coffee). And we’re passionate about supporting our wider community too, with events such as Let’s Chalk About Mental Health (see here) and our social media presence. Because supporting mental health needn’t be mysterious. We want to help everyone reach out, should they need it and drop the stigma around mental health in the community.
I like people to join the team, based on who you are. Your warmth, passion, desire to help others and openness to learn and grow, as a clinician. I’d love you to join the like minded members of Eastern Shore Psychology if you…
Are motivated by supporting clients, to the best of your ability
Llove to connect with other clinicians and support each other
Take responsibility for your growth, as a clinician
Value making a difference to community
Are open to thinking outside the box in the treatments you offer and how you support the community
Are not terrified of helping us out with our social media presence 😉
Let’s catch up for a cuppa today, whether you’re a new Masters in Clinical Psych grad or you have many years experience. There’s a place (support and many referrals) waiting here for you!
PS I'm also, looking for social workers, occupational therapists or other allied health.