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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Can someone suggest an After hours pyschologist?

    Hi, I live in Glenwood (2768) and am seeking to find a female psychologist who works after the hours of 6pm as I do not get home until this time. I am looking for something ongoing to deal with anger, depression and anxiety and possibly involving family members in the near future. Please email as I am unable to answer the phone at work. Thank you
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    Kate McMaugh


    I'm a registered psychologist who provides general counselling, trauma counselling, parenting support and health-related and lifestyle change counselling in a supportive, empowering environment. I have … View Profile


    I suggest you log onto the 'Find a Psychologist' section of the APS website:

    and see if there is someone in your area that meets your requirements. This service of the APS will allow you to search for practitioners by gender, location, and issue. However when you find some practitioners you can then look at their profiles and see if they mention hours of work. It is very common for psychologists to take some appointments in the early evening to accommodate workers. If it is not mentioned on the website I suggest you ring the psychologists listed and ask if they have after hours appointments.

    If you dont find anyone this way I also find that the Good Therapy website is helpful:

    This website will list profiles of therapists in your area. It includes opening hours as well as issues treated. It will include counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists.

    Best wishes in your search.

    Kind Regards


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    Alysha Coleman

    Clinical Psychologist, Counsellor, Psychologist

    Alysha is the Primary Clinical Psychologist and Director of The Institute for Healthy Living, a clinical psychology practice in Bondi Junction. Alysha has worked with … View Profile

    It sounds like connecting with a therapist in a format that fits around your work commitments is important to you. You might be interested in trying online therapy. You can respond to your therapist anytime throughout the day or night.

    Take a look at for more information. There is a current offer of a one week free trial.

    Wishing you all the best on your journey!


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