The practice does not provide mental health crisis services, after-hours services, or therapeutic services over email or phone; and does not reply text messages. Replies to the contact form may take at least 24 working hours or longer (not including weekends or public holidays).​​



Please note that due to current COVID-19 restrictions, only telehealth appointments are available. This can change depending on the evolving COVID-19 situation in Sydney and upon the government's health advice. When the practice reopens for in-person appointments and you book a face-to-face appointment, if you (1) have a fever, cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath, or (2) had contact with someone diagnosed with or suspected of having COVID-19, or (3) have travelled internationally or domestically in the last 14 days, please DO NOT attend your appointment at the practice and request a telehealth appointment by contacting your practitioner. You could be charged for the missed appointment if you are refused entry due to not meeting COVID-Safe requirements. When you attend on-site sessions at the practice, you have to provide proof of your vaccination status (fully vaccinated with 3 doses), scan the COVID-Safe QR code, wear a mask at all times, sanitise your hands, undergo a temperature check, and provide a negative COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction test (PCR; 48 to 72 hours prior) or a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test (RAT; the day of your appointment or on site) at every appointment.​ The practice has RATs available for purchase if clients require them. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the practice.



Address: 27 Portman St, Zetland NSW 2017
Phone: 04 05 138 859 (calls only) 


By Bus: There are several buses to the practice.

By Train: The Green Square train station is close to the practice.
By Car: There is 2-hour street parking available around the practice.
















Please note that the practice does not provide an after-hours service. If you require immediate and urgent assistance, or out of hours assistance, please:

  • Attend the Emergency Department of the nearest public hospital

  • Call Medical, Fire, Police Emergency on 000 or the Mental Health Access Line on 1800 011 511

  • Call Lifeline for 24-hour counselling on 131 114

  • Contact your local General Practitioner