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Registered NDIS Service Provider | Positive Perceptions Psychology

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a reform that aims to improve the lives of people with disability in Australia. As a registered and approved NDIS service provider, Positive Perceptions Psychology is able to provide you with professional high quality psychological and disability support and services.

Who we are

Positive Perceptions Psychology delivers a wide range of psychology and disability services, that aim at building a positive tomorrow. We work closely with people from diverse backgrounds, whilst offering them easy accessibility and a safe environment to help them unleash their potential and move forward to achieve their goals.

We are a registered NDIS provider and our Principle Psychologist has acquired extensive experience in disability through working with the Department of Aging Disability and Homecare under the State Government.

Why choose us

We are committed to promoting a positive tomorrow. We work with you, for you and your family.

Confidentiality

We always keep our clients information confidential, it is our Ethical responsibility and our duty of care. We assure you that all your sessions are confidential and all the information regarding the content of therapy is always protected.

Professionalism

We assure you to provide the best professional high quality services. Our aim is to deliver hassle free experience to all our clients.

Reliability

We will never leave you in a difficult situation.

Leading Specialists

Our team of experienced, leading and professional psychologists have great academic background, private work experience and are kind and empathetic when it comes to listening and providing right treatments. We are experienced in working with children, adults, and couples. We work in a highly professional manner. If we are not the right service for you, we will be honest about this, and can help you to find a more appropriate service.

Careful Therapy

We can offer a wide range of treatments for psychological and disability services that troubles the modern world.

Our Team is our Strength

Our team of professional, leading and highly experienced psychologists aims to promote a positive future for you and your family. We work with you to find the most appropriate treatment that will be most suitable for you.

Make a visit today to know more about us.

Our Specialisations

Behaviour Intervention and Support Plans

We are registered under behaviour support services to provide positive...

Early Intervention

Early childhood is a time of remarkable brain development. Learning and development is...

Support Co-ordination

We provide support to eligible participants and their families whilst assisting them in every...

School and Home Observations

Home and school observations are available and often recommended...

Psychometric Assessment

An important part of assessment is getting detailed background information...

Services We Offer

Our Team

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John Parker

Psychologist

Positive Perceptions Psychology delivers a wide range of psychology and disability services, that aim at building a positive tomorrow.

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John Parker

Psychologist

Positive Perceptions Psychology delivers a wide range of psychology and disability services, that aim at building a positive tomorrow.

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John Parker

Psychologist

Positive Perceptions Psychology delivers a wide range of psychology and disability services, that aim at building a positive tomorrow.

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John Parker

Psychologist

Positive Perceptions Psychology delivers a wide range of psychology and disability services, that aim at building a positive tomorrow.

Working with you, For a Better tomorrow!

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Testimonials

We Listen, We Care and We Support

The regulation authority for Psychologists known as Australian Heath Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) does not allow testimonials, reviews and any kind of success stories to be displayed on the website. The rule is enforced to protect the clients confidentiality and to ensure high standard of practices.

At Positive Perceptions Psychology we always believe to deliver the best experience. For this to happen we welcome all the feedback and success stories at
clinicians@pppclinics.com.au.
It is to ensure that we continue to provide the highest level of service with a commitment that all the feedback received will be kept highly confidential and will be used for internal quality improvement only.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I book my first appointment?

How long does a counselling session last?

Generally the session lasts for 50+ minutes.

The 50 minutes duration is helpful to create a frame around the therapeutic relationship. The time frame provides a structure that can be helpful in ensuring that there is enough time to unpack difficult thoughts, feelings and memories with a manageable end time to ensure that there is containment without counselling becoming overwhelming.

Where is the practice?

We are located in the centre of the Hills District at Castle Hill, less than 10 minute’s walk from the Norwest Metro station at Unit 1/251 old Northern Road Castle Hill with hassle free secured parking.

Are you available after hours?

Yes, our psychologists are available after hours if the appointments are booked in advance.

How many sessions will I need?

Each individual is different and will require an individualised approach to treatment. This will be discussed at your first session. Please contact the practice to discuss your needs in detail.

Is counselling confidential?

  • All personal information gathered by the Psychologist at Positive Perceptions Psychology during the provision of the psychological service will remain confidential. However, there are three situations where confidentially may be is required to be breached.
  • The first situation is if your Psychologist is worried that not disclosing information to the appropriate persons or services may place yourself or others at risk of harm.
  • The second situation is if the Psychologist is worried about the safety of children or young people, this information will also need to be reported to the relevant authorities. Psychologists are legally mandated to report any young children being in harm’s way to ensure that our children and young people are always protected.
  • The third situation is where the files may be subpoenaed by the court of law. If this is a concern for you, please discuss this with your Psychologist prior to the start of therapy.
  • Outside of these situations, your Psychologist is unable to disclose any personal information to any other persons or organisations without your prior written consent.
  • Your right to confidentiality will be covered in your first session. We encourage you to raise any concerns about your privacy to ensure that you are comfortable and feel safe during counselling sessions.

What are opening hours?

We are open from 10:00 to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Any after hour counselling appointments are to be booked in advance for a psychologist to be available after hours.

What should I expect in my first appointment?

Refer article: What you will experience in your first session?

How can I book my first appointment?

How long does a counselling session last?

Generally the session lasts for 50+ minutes.

The 50 minutes duration is helpful to create a frame around the therapeutic relationship. The time frame provides a structure that can be helpful in ensuring that there is enough time to unpack difficult thoughts, feelings and memories with a manageable end time to ensure that there is containment without counselling becoming overwhelming.

How many sessions will I need?

Each individual is different and will require an individualised approach to treatment. This will be discussed at your first session. Please contact the practice to discuss your needs in detail.

Is counselling confidential?

  • All personal information gathered by the Psychologist at Positive Perceptions Psychology during the provision of the psychological service will remain confidential. However, there are three situations where confidentially may be is required to be breached.
  • The first situation is if your Psychologist is worried that not disclosing information to the appropriate persons or services may place yourself or others at risk of harm.
  • The second situation is if the Psychologist is worried about the safety of children or young people, this information will also need to be reported to the relevant authority. Psychologists are legally mandated to report any young children being in harm’s way to ensure that our children and young people are always protected.
  • The third situation is where the files may be subpoenaed by the court of law. If this is a concern for you, please discuss this with your Psychologist prior to the start of therapy.
  • Outside of these situations, your Psychologist is unable to disclose any personal information to any other persons or organisations without your prior written consent.
  • Your right to confidentiality will be covered in your first session. We encourage you to raise any concerns about your privacy to ensure that you are comfortable and feel safe during counselling sessions.

Where is the practise?

We are located in the centre of the Hills District at Castle Hill, less than 10 minute’s walk from the Norwest Metro station at Unit 1/251 old Northern Road Castle Hill with hassle free secured parking.

What are opening hours?

We are open from 10:00 to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Any after hour counselling appointments are to be booked in advance for a psychologist to be available after hours.

Are you available after hours?

Yes, our psychologists are available after hours if the appointments are booked in advance.

What should I expect in my first appointment?

Refer article: What you will experience in your first session?

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