Department of Veterans Affairs Counselling
Department of Veterans Affairs Counselling provided by Applecross Psychologists
DVA counselling is a free and confidential service provided by the Department of Veteran Affairs, all you need is a valid referral from your GP.
We have an understanding of veteran and military culture and experiences that allows us to deliver tailored support and care to you. We can help you with service-related mental health conditions such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, isolation, sleep disturbance and anger.
Our team has experience in helping individuals, couples and families of veterans. They can help with adjustment, feelings of isolation, anger, anxiety, depression, trauma, pain and a whole range of issues just have a look at the experience of our team members.
Do you have a Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) referral form from your GP or other medical professional?
Aresolution offers daytime psychological services to our veterans through the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). Veterans that hold a DVA WHITE or GOLD card are entitled to around 10 government funded sessions per year with no financial cost to yourself. Gold Card Holders may have more sessions available to them.
We are unable to offer A/H or weekend appointments under the DVA referral but appointments can be made between 9 am and 3 pm Monday to Friday.
To be eligible you need a Department of Veterans Affairs referral form from your GP or other medical professional. Request a callback from your Psychologist.
We have significant experience with individual, family, relationship and trauma focused counselling.
The team members who offer counselling for DVA are:
Senior Principal Psychologist (more info)
Heidi is passionate about relationship counselling, anxiety and trauma
Senior Psychologist (more info)
Megan is passionate about relationship counselling, rehabilitation, pain, family counselling, teens, trauma and anxiety.
Clinical Psychologist (more info)
Daniel can help with trauma, PTSD, pain, rehabilitation and teens.
If you, or someone you know, needs support call Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling (formerly VVCS) on 1800 011 046 or visit www.OpenArms.gov.au
Department of Veterans Affairs – Mental Health https://www.dva.gov.au/health-and-wellbeing/mental-health
Department of Veterans Affairs – PTSD Coach (Mobile App) http://at-ease.dva.gov.au/veterans/resources/mobile-apps/ptsd-coach/
Department of Veterans Affairs – Mobile Apps http://at-ease.dva.gov.au/veterans/resources/mobile-apps/