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The University of Melbourne Educational Psychology Clinic offers assessment and intervention services provided by provisional psychologists from the Master of Educational Psychology program. Our provisional psychologists are supervised by experienced registered Educational and Developmental Psychologists.
Educational and Developmental Psychologists are trained in supporting young people and their families with a range of needs. Our clinic offers psychoeducational assessments for children, adolescents and adults. We also offer short-term intervention sessions for children and adolescents on topics such as coping and resilience, friendship, stress and anxiety, self-esteem, study and learning skills, parenting, positive behaviour support, and social skills.
More about our services
Our clinic offers psychoeducational assessments for children, adolescents and adults that address questions about progress in learning, behaviour, achievement, development and self-management. Young people are generally referred for psychoeducational assessments when they are having difficulties at school, work or university. They may have difficulties in intellectual functioning, learning, memory, academic ability, attention and concentration that relate to specific learning disorders, giftedness, intellectual developmental disorder, or other developmental conditions such as autism spectrum disorder or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
In our assessments, we provide a profile of cognitive and academic strengths and weaknesses, and recommendations to enhance positive outcomes. A thorough assessment is conducted, followed by a feedback session and a report.
Our clinic also offers a range of evidence-based individual and group interventions, including social skills, anxiety management, academic skills, academic intervention and coping skills. Group programs are suitable for primary and secondary age students. Please contact us at email@example.com to express your interest in receiving individual or group intervention services. One of our provisional psychologists will then contact you to arrange a time to speak further about your needs.
All services are provided by provisional psychologists as part of their higher education training, and are closely supervised by experienced registered Educational and Developmental Psychologists.