The UNE Psychology Clinic provides assessment and therapeutic services for the general community and to UNE staff and students. Our services are for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly.
The clinic provides a training and research facility for the postgraduate Clinical Psychology Program students, all of whom have provisional registration with the Psychology Board of Australia. All provisional psychologists in the clinic are supervised by registered and experienced clinical psychologists, including Dr Warren Bartik, Ms Alice Hone, Associate Professor Gavin Clark and Dr Clara Murray.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) assessments *
- Cognitive, intellectual and memory assessments
- Neuropsychological assessments
- Anger management
- Anxiety and phobias
- Bipolar Disorder
- Eating disorders
- Grief and loss
- Headache and pain
- Learning, behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents
- Relationship problems
- Sexual difficulties
* ASD assessment referrals must be made in writing by a primary healthcare provider (GP, Paediatrician, Psychiatrist, Nurse Practitioner or Allied Health Practitioner). A self-referral request for an updated assessment can be made if evidence of a formal written diagnosis is provided.
Services not offered
The clinic does not provide a crisis management service and does not provide services in the following circumstances:
- Acute or severe episodes associated with depression, suicidality, drug dependence, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, eating disorders or dementia
- High risk of violence or self-harm
- Legal matters or criminal behaviours
NOTE: The clinic is unable to provide services to students undertaking studies in Psychology at the University of New England.
FOR HELP DURING AN EMERGENCY
If you or someone you know is suffering an acute or severe condition, please call the 24-hour NSW Mental Health Access Line on 1800 011 511, or present to the Accident and Emergency department of your local hospital.
Lifeline Crisis Support & Suicide Prevention - 13 11 14
Referrals and enquiries may be made to:
Dr Warren Bartik
UNE Psychology Clinic
Tablelands Clinical School
110 Butler Street
Armidale NSW 2350
The UNE Psychology Clinic accepts referrals from medical practitioners, paediatricians, school counsellors, psychologists, mental health clinicians, social workers, psychiatrists, neurologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, dietitians and Community Services. Self-referrals are also accepted, with the exception of ASD referrals which must be made in writing by a primary healthcare provider.
Referrals may also be made by your GP through the Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) Program.
All referrals to the clinic are strictly confidential and are subject to an intake and approval process.
All consultations are made by appointment only.
The clinic is open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm mid-February to mid-December, except on public holidays.
Fees are payable at time of consultation. EFTPOS facilities available.
(eg Department of Education, Community Services) (inc.GST)
(up to 90 minutes)
|Ongoing Treatment Sessions|
(up to 90 minutes)
|Cognitive, Learning & Personality Assessments|
(approximately 2 hours)
(approximately 3 hours)
|Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule 2 (ADOS-2)|
(approximately 2 hours)
* People over the age of 16 years who hold a pension or healthcare card, or are deemed to be a low income earner by their GP, may be eligible for referral through the Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) Program for 6 free sessions of psychological treatment. For further information, please consult your GP.
The clinic is located on the Ground Floor of the Tablelands Clinical School, 110 Butler Street near the Armidale Hospital. Parking is available nearby, including a car park located off West Avenue.
The clinic reception and consultation rooms are wheel chair accessible. There is a patient drop-off space directly outside the entrance to the building and disabled parking spaces in the car park off West Avenue.
Acknowledgement of Country
The University of New England respects and acknowledges that its people, programs and facilities are built on land, and surrounded by a sense of belonging, both ancient and contemporary, of the world's oldest living culture.
In doing so, UNE values and respects Indigenous knowledge systems as a vital part of the knowledge capital of Australia.