Unit 5, 118 David StreetDandenongVIC 3175
1800 391 393 (free call) 03 9804 3333 [email protected]
Monday: 9am to 5pmTuesday: 9am to 5pmWednesday: 9am to 5pm, appointments not availableThursday: 9am to 5pm, appointments not availableFriday: 9am to 5pmSaturday: ClosedSunday: Closed
If you need urgent help or feel at risk, please call 000 or your local area mental health service. Alternatively, you may wish to contact Lifeline who provide free, 24-hour telephone crisis support, on 13 11 14.
The psychology clinic is located on the left at the end of the driveway.
Driving: Located opposite Dandenong Hospital, 5 minute drive from the Heatherton Road offramp of the Monash Freeway, and accessible via Princes Highway or Stud Road (closer to the Stud Road entrance).
Parking: Limited parking is available on site. Time limited street parking (generally 2 hour) available.
Public Transport: Closest bus stops: Bruce Street/Stud Road (901), Stud Road/David Street (862), Dandenong Hospital/Cleeland Street (802/804/811). All accessible from Dandenong Train Station.
Find your way via Google maps or Public Transport Australia’s Journey Planner.
Hawthorn East and Dandenong Clinics. Brenda is an experienced child and family psychologist who has extensive experience working with minority groups, domestic violence, trauma and foster and adoptive systems. She also provides services in Spanish.
Dandenong Clinic: Faz is a Provisional Psychologist currently studying the Master of Professional Psychology at the Cairnmillar Institute.
Dandenong Community Clinic: James is a provisional psychologist currently studying Masters in Professional Psychology at the Cairnmillar Institute.
Dandenong Clinic. Kate is an Educational and Developmental psychologist with experience working across the lifespan, with particular skills and experience working with children and adolescents, including providing assessment of autism.
Hawthorn East. Madison is a provisional psychologist who aims to provide a warm, safe, and collaborative alliance for people of all ages. She is enthusiastic and passionate in fostering meaningful change and enhancing mental health and wellbeing.
Dandenong Clinic. Min is a Psychologist who provides services in both English and Cantonese where appropriate, to children, adolescents and young adults, and strives to develop a genuine and positive relationship with her clients.