We believe in the uniqueness of every individual. We adopt a child-centred perspective to assist those in the child's life to embrace and grow existent and emerging strengths in addition to targeting areas of concern.
Incorporating evidence-based intervention with creativity and fun, Warehouse One7 seeks to promote wellbeing and resilience in the kids, teens and families we support.
Seeing and growing the spirit of every individual
Our services include
- Focused psychological intervention for anxiety, depression and other struggles affecting children
- Functional behaviour management of behaviour and emotion-regulation difficulties
- Psychological support and liaison in conjunction with schools
- Social skills training for teens and target populations
- Individual and group-based parenting programs
We are an ACON LGBTQI Safe Place
- We see children (3-12), teens (13-18) and their families.
- We are a full fee paying service offering therapy sessions under a Mental Health Treatment Plan, but offer Bulk Bill sessions with presentation of a Government concession card. The maximum gap payment is $35.00 and your Medicare rebate will be processed on the spot via HICAPS.
- We offer phone-based support while clients wait for a first session, and to supplement ongoing treatment
We are currently NOT registered NDIS providers. This means that if you currently have NDIS funding managed by a service you will be unable to use these funds. However, if you are Self-Managed or Plan-Managed by a Local Area Coordinator and can access services via invoicing your funding can be used. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and hope to have a solution soon.
What we see people for:
- Anxiety Disorders
- Trauma and Stressor related disorders (Including Adjustment Disorder)
- Depressive disorders
- Relational Problems
- Disruptive, Impulse-Control and Conduct Disorders
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
What we don't see:
- Adult individual or couples counselling
- Post-separation intervention where both parents would not want to engage with the child’s intervention and/or there is high conflict occurring in the parenting relationship
- Complex post-trauma intervention where there has not already been adequate intervention by trauma-specific services (e.g VAN; Victims Services counselling), as a ten-session model of care under Medicare is not an adequate support for this
- Drug and alcohol counselling
- Eating disorder intervention
- Acute mental health or crisis intervention
- Where there is current indication of suicidality or where there is current significant self-harm (referral to CAYMHS is more appropriate in these instances)