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Counselling, Psychology &
Social Work

Are you finding it hard to manage your emotions?

We can help you manage your mental health with care and compassion.

DPV Health social workers, psychologists and mental health nurses offer a safe, respectful and confidential service to suit your needs. By using current research evidence and professional experience, our qualified team members observe your wishes and preferences to help address any mental health and wellbeing concerns.

We offer face-to-face counselling, case work and group work in a respectful, empathic, non-judgmental way. Our services may help you to manage stress, find a way to cope, build on strengths, develop healthier lifestyles and explore alternative solutions to the issues you are facing.

DPV Health counsellors work with respect for their clients, their values, their uniqueness and their right to self-determination. Our services are available to people from different ages, disability, religion, ethnicity, social status, sexual preference, indigeneity and genders.

When to use this service

You may wish to use our counseling, psychology and social work services for:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  •  Effects of trauma
  • Self-esteem and confidence
  • Lifestyle changes related to illness
  • Grief and loss
  • Carers support
  • Stress management
  • Family violence
  • Relationship or personal issues you may need to discuss
  • LGBTIQ supportive counselling: individuals and family
  • Support and counselling for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Our counselling services provide:

  • Individual counselling
  • A focus on client-directed goals
  • Information and links to other appropriate community agencies
  • Groups for women affected by Family Violence: “Keeping Safe, Strong and Smart”
  • Groups for Refugee and Asylum Seekers: “Rebuilding our Life in Australia”
  • Self-care Art Therapy Workshops.
  • Secondary consultation to service providers
  • Community education sessions

Fees

Fees may apply. Free service for low and medium income earners.
NDIS Service: Fees apply and are based on NDIS Price Guide.

Who can use this service

Our services are available to people aged 18 years and over, residing and/or working in the cities of Hume and Whittlesea.

How to make an appointment

To book call 1300 234 263 (select option 4) or fill in the contact us form below. Interpreters are available.

Referral information for Health Professionals can be found here.

This service is available at DPV Health – Epping, Mill Park, Broadmeadows, Whittlesea. See location map below.

Do you need support during the holiday period?

The holiday period may be joyous for some but for those that have limited social connections, the holidays can make loneliness feel especially excruciating. You are not alone, we are here to help!
If you need support you can call our HeadtoHelp service. A trained professional will take your call, give you advice, and if you need it, connect you to a free HeadtoHelp hub or help you find the support that suits your needs.
For more information on this FREE service click here.
or call 1800 595 212.

Book now & let us help you!

Call us on 1300 234 263 and we can provide you with further information, answer any of your questions and customise a plan to suit your needs. DPV Health has extensive experience in providing quality Mental Health Services, with national accreditation which meets all required standards to deliver evidence-based outcomes.

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Related Services & Programs

Click on below for other related services and programs offered at DPV Health.

Download Resources

Click on below for useful information on mental health.

Emergency Numbers

Phone Helpline contact details for Emergency situations and suicidal thoughts.

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Looking after your mental health during COVID-19

Helpful tips on how to look after your mental health during Covid-19.

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A guide to what works for depression

Useful guide by Beyond Blue to learns how depression can be treated and managed.

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A guide to what works for anxiety

Useful guide by Beyond Blue to learns how anxiety can be treated and managed.

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Understanding anxiety and depression

Great facts sheet by Beyond Blue on understanding depression and anxiety, symptoms, treatment options and more.

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What is Bipolar Disorder

Facts sheetby Headspace on what is Bipolar Disorder, symptoms and treatment.

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Understanding eating disorders

Facts sheet by Headspace on understanding eating disorders.

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What you need to know about self harm

Facts sheet by Headspace on understanding eating disorders.

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Gender identity and mental health

Facts sheet by Headspace on undertanding gender identity problems and symptoms.

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Identifying risk factors and warning signs for suicide

Facts sheet by Headspace on identifying signs of suicide.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse

Are you or someone you care about in an abusive
relationship? Learn to recognize the signs of domestic
abuse and get help.

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A Guide to Digital Mental Health Resources

Digital Mental Health (e-mental health) comprises services, programs or apps, delivered via online, mobile or phone based platforms. Created by eMHPrac and funded by the Australian Government.

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Videos

Understanding Depression & Anxiety

Depression and anxiety is one of the most common mental health problems for young Australians. About one in every four people aged 12 to 25 will experience depression. Anxiety is distressing, and it can stop you achieving your full potential, but it can be treated.

Take care of your mental health and be COVIDSafe

The impacts of Coronavirus are tough and it can impact our mental health. It’s important to take care of your mental health and be COVIDSafe.

You Can Talk

The holiday period can be a particularly difficult time for many Australians. While it can be difficult to talk about suicide, research shows anyone can have a positive influence on a friend, family or work colleague they are worried about by starting a conversation and supporting them to seek help.

Have the conversation

Anxiety and depression are common and the sooner a person gets help, the sooner they can recover. If you've noticed a change in a friend or family member, have the conversation.

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DPV Health - Allied Health & Specialist Family Services - Epping Epping Private Hospital
230 Cooper Street, Epping VIC 3076
Ph: 1300 234 263
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DPV Health Allied Health Services - Meadow Heights 21-27 Hudson Circuit
Meadow Heights VIC 3048, Australia
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DPV Health Audiology Services - Broadmeadows 35 Johnstone Street
Broadmeadows VIC 3047, Australia
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DPV Health Dental & Allied Health Services - Craigieburn 55 Craigieburn Rd
Craigieburn VIC 3064, Australia
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DPV Health Dental & Allied Health Services - Epping 187 Cooper St
Epping VIC 3076, Australia
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DPV Health Dental & Health Services - Whittlesea Township 40-42 Walnut Street
Whittlesea VIC 3757, Australia
Ph: (03) 9716 9444
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DPV Health Disability Services - Craigieburn 6 Newbold Avenue
Craigieburn VIC 3064, Australia
Ph: 1300 234 263
Ph: (03) 8339 9851
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DPV Health Disability Services - Mill Park 31A Morang Drive
Mill Park VIC 3082, Australia
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DPV Health Disability Services - South Morang 10 Bushmans Way
South Morang VIC 3752, Australia
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DPV Health Early Childhood Development Services - Broadmeadows 1 Sorrento Street
Broadmeadows VIC 3047, Australia
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DPV Health Medical & Dental Centre - Broadmeadows 42-48 Coleraine Street
Broadmeadows VIC 3047, Australia
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DPV Health Medical Centre – Mill Park 20 Civic Drive
Mill Park VIC 3082, Australia
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DPV Health Residential Supported Living Services - Epping 57 Davisson Street
Epping VIC, Australia
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DPV Health Residential Supported Living Services - Thomastown 15 Newton Street
Thomastown VIC 3074, Australia
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DPV Health Support Office - Epping 2 Graystone Ct
Epping VIC 3076, Australia
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The Orange Door - Heidelberg 56 Burgundy Street
Heidelberg VIC 3084, Australia
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COVID-19 Lockdown Update

All DPV Health sites will remain open for emergency and medical treatments, however, some services will be affected.

Clients with existing appointments will be contacted to reschedule or convert their appointment to Telehealth.

Please call 1300 234 263 for more information.

For mental health support during these difficult times, our Head to Help service is available on 1800 595 212.

If you have an appointment with DPV Health, please click below to check the current COVID-19 exposure sites prior to attending.