Has your child or teen been recommended or referred to seek support from a child psychologist in Perth? It can be a stressful time for them. And for you. It’s natural for you to feel concerned and emotional about the way ahead. In fact, it can be unsettling for the whole family. Finding a skilled, experienced child psychologist helps your child or teen take a step towards a more positive future. And should you need family therapy, we can help with that too.
At Gateway Psychological Services, we have child psychologists in our team who are experienced in supporting children and adolescents to manage their mental health.
Psychological therapy for: Children aged 8+ Families with young children needing support with behaviour, sleep, toileting or other issues Anxiety or depression in adults
SAS Group Program Qualified facilitator for this evidence-based small group program for children (8-12 years) with ASD, ADHD or social and emotional difficulties.
I love working collaboratively with families, schools and other stakeholders to get the best outcomes for children.The fantastic SAS Group Program is in high demand in WA. I am delighted to be able to bring it to more people through Gateway Psychological Services.
Bachelor of Psychology Bachelor of Arts (major in psychology)
The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.
From diagnosis to mental health management, our practitioners genuinely care about helping your child or teen improve their wellbeing. We work with them in the following ways:
this enables us to examine your child’s behaviour and emotions. It allows us to better understand what your child or teen is dealing with so we can diagnose their condition.
the assessment outcomes provide a psychological diagnosis that becomes a starting point for management and treatment of your child or teen’s condition.
our psychologists will create a personalised treatment plan for your child or teen. So, we can begin to ease some of their distress. Treatment may combine therapy with tools such as CBT, DBT or ACT to help your child understand and cope with current and future issues.
Like adults, children and adolescents can benefit from therapy to help deal with a range of mental health conditions. Some of the more common ones we work with are:
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Bullying and peer issues
Gender and sexuality issues
Sexual or physical abuse
If you or another family member needs support, you have the convenience of working with a different psychologist within our practice. You’ll already be familiar with how we work and feel confident you’ll receive the highest standard of care. If you speak to our friendly reception team, they’ll do everything possible to find you the most convenient appointment times.
Enquire about a child psychologist to support your child or teen today