We are a bulk-billed psychology service with locations close to Parramatta, Strathfield, Windsor, Blacktown, Hurstville and Sydney CBD, with appointments available 7 days a week. On the other hand, Bore et al. ( 2008 ) found a disturbing Sydney Psychologist set of findings when examining the mental health of over 300 medical and psychology students: nearly a third of medical students produce scores on measures of psychological symptoms equal to or higher than adult psychiatric inpatients.
She worked for 10 years in public mental health hospital and outpatient settings providing clinical services to people with complex and co-morbid psychological problems She is now the Director of Bridge Consulting Psychologists, a boutique clinical practice located in the heart of Adelaide.
Age of clients The age distribution of the clients to whom psychologists provide services in RRR Australia are presented in Figure 3. Again consistent with the data for the psychology workforce in general, psychologists working in RRR areas reported spending the highest percentage of their time working with an adult population followed closely by the young adult and adolescent client groups (Mathews et al., 2010).
These days, it seems that every tiny college offers courses in psychology, social work, drug and alcohol counselling, and cures for every upset in life, such as bereavement, marriage and family crisis, gambling, every kind of social, educational, industrial and health trauma and so on, not to mention the explosive growth in the sexual counselling industry.
Further evidence of the extent of Eysenck's influence is apparent within a special issue devoted to Personality and Temperament in the Australian Journal of Psychology in 1983: personality is almost entirely addressed within the context of Eysenck's theory (see Brebner, 1983 ).
Fully registered psychologists The best data available on the distribution of psychologists in RRR Australia was gleaned from the 2008 Australian Psychology Workforce Survey, which was a comprehensive and representative survey of 11,046 psychologists initiated by the Council of Psychologists Registration Boards and conducted in collaboration with the APS in 2008 (Mathews, Stokes, Crea, & Grenyer 2010).
Olivia is fully registered with the Psychologists Board of Australia and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, the Australian Association for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders.