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What I Do Not Treat

Although I seek to assist a wide range of clients (from aged 16 upwards) in relation to the sorts of issues or concerns that walk through the door, or come in via a GP referral, there are some situations or conditions I do not feel I have the training or experience to work with. Or there are other matters to be aware of in relation to them.

Those conditions I do not seek to treat or assess include:

  • Acquired Brain Injury cases
  • Alzheimer’s and related conditions
  • Attentions Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) conditions
  • Eating disorders, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia and related conditions
  • Family Court matters, including Parental Capacity reports
  • Gender Dysphoria cases (although I would seek to assist the client to find appropriate peer and professional support)
  • Intellectual disability or learning disabilities
  • Personality and related disorders – e.g. Psychosis; Psychotic
    disorders; Emotionally unstable personalities
  • Pregnancy Support Counselling (I don’t have the Medicare training required to provide this service)


Although I may well work with clients with these conditions, I am not in a position to provide assessments, but may well assist them to find a place where the client can obtain one, if they need a formal assessment for e.g. the NDIS.