Therapies & Treatments


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Overcome psychological challenges by recognising unhelpful thoughts, feelings and actions and learn practical skills to make meaning change.

Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (TF-CBT)

Determine the cause and effects of your trauma and develop the skills to manage and cope with the physical and emotional triggers.

Schema Therapy

Identify and address the thoughts, feelings, behaviours and interpersonal models that contribute to distress and mental health challenges.

Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Manage and cope with strong, and sometimes irrational emotions, to arrive at a more helpful and adaptive outcome.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Better understand and change your relationship with negative emotions and move towards a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)

Combine mindfulness based meditative practices and Cognitive Therapy to create enduring resources to combat mental health challenges.

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Focusing on the connection between your mind and body, engage in exercises designed to regulate and release stress and tension held in the body. 

Trauma-informed Stabilisation Treatment (TIST)

Understand fractured internal states and erratic, risky, or destructive impulses and behaviours, and connect better with your thoughts, feelings, memories, and surroundings.

Motivational Interviewing (MI)

In a non-confrontational, empathic, and values driven manner become empowered to make the best choices for you.


Stimulating eye movement associated with deep sleep, this treatment decreases levels of distress related to traumatic and/or painful memories.


iRest Yoga Nidra

iRest Yoga Nidra is a form of mindfulness meditation that can effectively reduce symptoms of PTSDdepressionanxiety, and more whilst increasing awareness, resilience and wellbeing.

Trauma-sensitive Yoga

Trauma-sensitive Yoga provides a rare opportunity for individuals who are experiencing mental health challenges to engage in Yoga and reconnect with their bodies.



Working directly with the body’s nervous system, train your brain to become less reactive and more responsive to the demands of daily life.

Safe & Sound Protocol

Reduce stress and auditory sensitivity while enhancing social engagement and resilience.


Heart Rate Variability Training

Experience a greater sense of calm and wellbeing with Heart rate variability (HRV) training. 

Skin Conductance/ Arousal Training

Skin Conductance Biofeedback allows an individual to become aware and gain voluntary control of their bodied arousal response. 

Temperature Training

Temperature training (or hand-warming) biofeedback aims to measure your level of stress allowing you to consciously alter your stress levels.

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Do I need a referral to access Breathe Psychology services?

Yes, you do need a referral to access services at Breathe Psychology. 

Why do I require a referral for this service?

We ask all potential clients to have a referral from a GP, Psychiatrist or Specialist to ensure you have the best possible allied health care support. While we may not need to contact a medical professional regarding your care, it is best practice that our Psychologists have a medical professional that they can liaise with if required. At Breathe Psychology we strive to provide a comprehensive service that aims to ensure the best possible care. 

How do I get a GP referral?

In order to get a referral to a Psychologist at Breathe Psychology, you will need to make an appointment with a GP or Psychiatrist and ask them to refer you to our service. Even if you do not wish to claim sessions through Medicare you will still require a referral to access our service. If you do wish to claim sessions through Medicare, you will also need a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) along with your referral. We recommend checking with the GP’s administrative team if you need to book a longer appointment to obtain a MHCP, as they often require more time to do this assessment. 

What are your fees? Do you bulk bill?

As a Private Practice Psychology Clinic there are out of pocket costs for most of our services. We do not bulk bill but we do provide discounted rates for concession, students and individuals who are experiencing financial hardship. Please click here to view our list of fees. 

If I have questions about Breathe Psychology services, or wish to make an appointment, what do I do next?

You can submit an enquire online here or call (03) 9989 0107 during business hours.

We’ll then arrange a time for you to have a free 15 minute telephone conversation with a member of our team. On this call we’ll answer your questions and make sure we can offer the therapy that’s right for you.

Send us a message

Please enter your details and a brief summary of your enquiry. We endeavour to reply to all enquiries within 48 hours. Once we have received your enquiry we will be in contact to arrange a time to have brief telephone conversation in order to clarify any questions and assess if we are the right service for your needs.  
Please note, at the moment due to demand, some of our Clinician’s diaries are closed and they are not currently taking on any new clients. In this instance, we advise you to enquire at other Clinics in Geelong or consult your GP if you need immediate support.  

Please note, we are not an emergency or crisis service. Wait times can apply to see our Clinician’s. If you require emergency assistance please call 000 or a relevant mental health support service, such as:

13 11 14

Barwon Mental Health Services 
1300 094 187 (24-hr service)

Kids Help Line
1800 551 800

Mens Line
1300 78 99 78

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