A private psychology clinic dedicated to working with children, adolescents and families.

YLO Psychology Clinic

YLO Psychology Clinic provides assessment and clinical intervention for a range of psychological, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties experienced by children, adolescents and families. Our psychologists have experience working with children, adolescents and families in a variety of settings including mental health services, schools, child protection, youth justice, family counselling and drug and alcohol services.

When working with children, adolescents and families we use evidence based practices proven to be effective in the treatment of the identified difficulty, as well as drawing upon information from parents, young people and any significant others to ensure that clear goals can be established for intervention.

Here at YLO Psychology Clinic we are a passionate and friendly team of registered psychologists who aim to support children, adolescents and families to develop skills to overcome challenges and increase resilience for the future. Our main aim is to make our clients feel comfortable and confident in their experience of our service in order to achieve the best outcomes possible.

Providing quality services for the most important things in Life

Our clinic address is: Shop 5, 2770 Logan Road, Underwood, 4119.

Our clinic is located in Underwood Village, on the corner of Logan Road & Underwood Road.

There is free parking and close public transport to ensure easy access by our clients.

Our clinic provides a child and adolescent friendly environment that supports differing modalities of intervention. The clinic provides for wheelchair access.

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