Dynamic Psychotherapy

Dynamic Psychotherapy is a Melbourne Psychology Practice with an ISTDP focus


You may have some questions about booking an appointment and what your options are.
Here is a list of common questions which might be helpful.

Can I see a psychologist without a GP referral?

What happens if I don’t think my therapist is a good match for me?

How much will I expect to pay for my appointment?

The referral process

What parking options are available?

How can I avoid steps at your practice?

I have a concession/senior/healthcare card. Do you offer lower-cost appointments?

Do you offer after hours or weekend appointments?

How long will I have to wait for an appointment?

Are appointments online or face-to-face?

What is the difference between clinical psychologists, general psychologists, provisional psychologists and counsellors?

How long are sessions?

How long will I need to be in therapy for?

Is what we talk about confidential?

What is your cancellation policy?

Can I switch therapists?

What preparation is required for a telehealth appointment?

Can my friend/family member also see my psychologist?

What are the Medicare rebates?

How do I apply to work with you?

About Dynamic Psychotherapy

Dynamic Psychotherapy is dedicated to helping people in Melbourne achieve meaningful change.

Helping people achieve meaningful change

Practice Director Julie Cochrane as been practicing ISTDP since 1995, She founded Dynamic Psychotherapy in Carlton, Victoria, with the aim of bringing the benefits of ISTDP to as many people as possible.

25 Therapists, 2 Buildings, 1 Mission

Since then, Dynamic Pyschotherapy has grown significantly, and now operates across two buildings in Carlton, just outside of the Melbourne CBD. The team and footprint may have grown, but the mission remains the same – helping people achieve transformational change through therapy.

Have any questions, or ready to book an Appointment?

Our friendly Reception team is here to help you.

Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so we may fear less

-Marie Curie
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