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We are currently open to new general / therapy referrals.  


We are pleased to announce an upcoming Adult ADHD treatment group beginning October. E-mail us for more details.


Unfortunately due to excessive demand,  our waiting list is closed for ADHD assessments until 2023. 


We will endeavor to match you with an available therapist to meet your needs, however, like many private practitioners, there are times where we have no capacity to see new clients.


We cannot guarantee our website is always up to date with current availability of clinicians. We also decline referrals where our therapists do not hold competence in the specialty areas required or we believe the client’s needs would be best met in the public mental health system. Thus, individual clinicians may decline referrals even if they are shown as Accepting Referrals on our website.


Please do not be discouraged if we are unable to see you and continue to look for another clinician elsewhere.


Self-referrals are welcome for most services. Please seek a GP referral for ADHD (closed until 2023) assessments or to access funding for Transgender Care.


If you have no preference regarding which therapist you see, just send us an email to team@thepsychologyhub.co.nz and answer the following questions (which will help us consider the best therapist for you):


(1) What is your reason for seeking an assessment or therapy?
(2) Your age and gender identity
(3) If you are needing to use external funding options (ie ACC)


If you have a preference regarding which therapist you would like to see, you can e-mail them directly (see individual contact information on clinician profiles).

GP/Health Professional Referrals

Referrals are welcome either via email team@thepsychologyhub.co.nz or via ERMS.

Urgent Needs

Please note that we cannot provide emergency services. In the event of a psychiatric emergency, please telephone 0800 920 092 and a trained mental health clinician will help you over the phone or put you through to Crisis Resolution Services. Alternatively, you can go directly to the Emergency Department at your local public hospital and/or contact your GP.