Warehouse One7 - Kids + Teens + Families
Information for General Practitioners/Medical Professionals 

We are a team of psychologists who work holistically in a trauma-informed way. We are evidenced-based and focus on growing strengths in the children and families we support. 

The Facts ·     

  • We see children (3-12), teens (13-17) and their families.
  • We offer individual therapy sessions provided under a Mental Health Treatment Plan and we bulk-bill on presentation of a government concession card (or for families in financial hardship).
  • We are a full fee paying service, but offer Bulk Bill sessions with presentation of a Government concession card. The maximum gap payment is $40.00 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 

What we see people for
(from DSM V, available online);

  • Anxiety Disorders (309.21, 312.23, 300.29, 300.23, 300.01, 300.22, 300.02, 300.3, 300.7, 312.39, 698.4, 294.8) ·      
  • Trauma and Stressor related disorders (Including Adjustment Disorder)  (313.89, 309.81, 308.3, 309.0, 309.24, 309.28, 309.3, 309.4, 309.9, 309.89)
  • Depressive disorders (296.99, 300.4, 625.4, 311)  ·      
  • Relational Problems (V61.20, V61.8, V61.29, V61.03, V61.8, V62.82) ·    
  • Disruptive, Impulse-Control and Conduct Disorders (313.81, 312.34, 312.81, 312.82, 312.89, 312.9, V71.01) ·      
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (314.01, 314.00, 314.01, 315.39) ·       
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (299.0)

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)

For your convenience, we have included a cover-letter template and the Department of Health GP Mental Health Treatment Plan template. We have also included a link to the Medicare requirements for Better Access to Mental Health Care Initiative and the Better Access Education Guide, which outlines reporting and re-referral requirements. The image below provides a summary of the referral process under Medicare (please note the sessions indicated are used as a guide only):

Below are links to outcome measures we use at Warehouse One 7;

Spence Children's Anxiety Scale

Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (Adolescents and Adults only)

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