Teenage Counselling

There are significant hormonal, mental and physical development or changes that occur in people between the ages of around 10 to 20. These factors together with the peer pressure and academic expectations young adults face all have the capacity to affect their self-confidence and overall well-being.

Many issues can be worked through by the individual with the support of family and friends however sometimes professional expertise and assistance is required through teenage counselling.

Mind@Work Psychology has highly trained general and clinical psychologists who provide counselling for teenagers to develop healthy resilience strategies and better deal with these pressures.

We recommend that parents or guardians encourage adolescents to attend the youth counselling sessions on their own to allow more open discussion of presenting issues. Subsequent sessions may be conducted with parents or other family members where appropriate.

To enquire or book in a time for your child/adolescent to meet with one of the psychologists at Mind@Work Psychology on 03 9440 9886 or email info@mindatworkpsychology.com.au.

You can also speak to us about working with a psychologist for depression treatment or perhaps you need the help of an eating disorder psychologist. Our therapists can help with these problems and many more conditions.


Please do not attend appointments in person if you are unwell with flu-like symptoms, even if you think it is just a cold.

We have implemented extra hygiene and social distancing measures to minimise the risk of virus transmission. We also request that you help us with this by observing the recommended hygiene practices of regular hand washing, cough/sneeze etiquette and social distancing.

However, if you are concerned about this, or are symptomatic and not able to attend in person, you can still have your appointment via videoconferencing or telephone.

Please email or call the clinic before your appointment if you wish to use telehealth, so that we can send you the secure link to your session.

Kind regards,
Mind@Work Psychology
(03) 9440 9886