Congratulations on making that first step of reaching out and exploring who is available to help. It is such a vulnerable experience to put yourself out there and ask for help.
I've been married (20 years,) divorced, new relationship, adult children, aging parents with health concerns. I'm a friend, a colleague, a parent, about to be a first time grandparent and a psychologist.
I started studying psychology in my 30's and loved it, everything started to make more sense - why people behave as they do, how we think, how we learn, why we do things even when we know it isn't a good idea and why we don't do things when we know we should. Most of our behaviours are learnt, yes we do have some innate qualities and tendencies, but for the most part we learnt them. And if we learn to do things a certain way, well then maybe with the right assortment of tools and strategies we can learn to do things differently.
I have worked in various settings, in occupational rehabilitation and workplace settings. Helping people with injury, chronic pain, adjustment, workplace bullying, anxiety and depression. I have worked in a retreat setting with people working through addictions and maladaptive behaviours. For a number of years I have worked in private practice. I work with adults, just like you, trying to make sense of their world. And I have been told I am good at what I do.
My approach is varied, focusing predominately on strategies of Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), I love the approaches of Neuropsychotherapy - but I am currently doing considerable reading on the polyvagal theories and how it relates to trauma.
But most importantly my approach is to listen and to hear, my approach is to help you to feel empowered in order to meet your treatment goals
“Most importantly my approach is to listen and to hear, my approach is to help you to feel empowered in order to meet your treatment goals ”
Just like face-to-face psychologists, our Registered Psychologists and Clinical Psychologists are registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA), listed with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and individually approved by My Mirror.
We ensure all of our Clinical Psychologists and General Psychologists have current registration to practice with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) and are listed with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). My Mirrors ensure all of our psychologists have the required credentials and qualifications, and have relevant experience in the treatment of adult mental health issues. They also undergo an interview process conducted by a team of us at My Mirror, to ensure they uphold the highest of standards in ethical care and work in line with evidence-based practices to guide your therapy.
My Mirror is an online psychology service available to anyone (within Australia) aged 13 years and over.
If you are aged 16 years or under, by using the My Mirror service you confirm that you have parental, guardian or GP consent.
Note: If you are under 13 years of age and interested in using our service, please contact our admin team on 1800 809 406 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This will allow us to help you find a psychologist suited to your needs and explain the parental, guardian or GP consent we require before you use our service.
My Mirror supports private fee and medicare benefits. Please see full details in our pricing page.
A MHCP (mental healthcare plan) entitles you to Medicare* rebates for psychological treatment by registered psychologists. Under this scheme, individuals diagnosed with a mental health disorder or concerns can access up to 20 individual Medicare subsidised psychology sessions per calendar year.
*Medicare eligible clients
For private fee sessions that are not eligible for medicare rebates there is a price difference between booking your online session with a general psychologist and a clinical psychologist. If you have private insurance you may still be eligible to claim your sessions - please check with your provider.
At My Mirror we know how important it is to get access to mental health support, when and where you need it most. That’s why we provide bulk-billed sessions to those with a valid Medicare card living in Australia that meet certain criteria. For further information see our Bulk-billing page.
You may be eligible to use My Mirror telehealth services from just $96.50/session, if:
You may be eligible to use our telehealth services for a reduced cost, if**:
*For more details on rebates, discount codes and pricing structures please read our Terms of Service.
**For further information about employer discounts and private health insurance please speak to your employer and/or your private health insurance provider.
If you're looking to develop the tools required to build agency and strengthen your psychological resilience, then My Mirror is the right digital psychology service for you. We want to connect you with the right therapist for your needs, so you can take control of your mental wellbeing and become a healthier you with more productive relationships. My Mirror psychologists are all fully equipped with a wide range of expertise, and help treat the full range of Australians with varying levels of psychological distress.
Our psychologists treat specific mental health concerns such as, or associated with: stress, anxiety, depression, prenatal and post natal depression, relationships, parenting related issues, family conflict, addictions, drugs and alcohol, sleep issues, eating disorders, LGBT matters, bullying, trauma, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), religion, self-esteem, grief and more.
My Mirror will not be able to offer the right solution for you if: