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Please find below the latest news about InPsychology Practice, local events and resources, plus links to other Mental Health services.


Pets as Therapy

Tobi has been an active part of the practice since opening on 6th October. He provides a warm and friendly welcome to all visitors on their arrival. Tobi can be seen hanging out in the waiting room for a pat and has provided therapeutic benefits to those who like to sit with him.
  • Posted by Michael Hawes
  • On July 12, 2018
  • pets, therapy
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Latest information on ME/CFS

Emerge Australia’s aims are to strengthen the national response and well-being of those impacted by ME/CFS and to ensure the condition is more widely recognized to facilitate enhanced availability and access to effective diagnosis, treatment and management.
  • Posted by Kelly
  • On April 6, 2016
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
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Healthy Minds

Michael is a Healthy Minds Practitioner with the North Coast Primary Health Network.

Violating children’s rights

Violating children’s rights: The psychological impact of sexual abuse in childhood. All forms of child sexual abuse (CSA) are a profound violation of the human rights of children. CSA is a crime under Australian law and an extreme transgression of trust, duty of care and power by perpetrators. The rights violations that define CSA are […]

InPsychology opens in Kempsey

A new psychology practice has been established in Kempsey. InPsychology practice located at 236 River Street, Kempsey, will offer all services related to general psychology including psychological assessment, diagnosis, psychotherapies, reporting and exemplary client care. The new location is just two minutes from the Kempsey District Hospital and with on-site car parking, professional staff and […]

How to contact us

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(02) 6562 6800 

  • Fax: (02) 6562 6900
  • 236 River St, Kempsey NSW
Michael Hawes - Registered Psychologist

Did you know?

A GP referral to a psychologist under Medicare is not valid for a specified period of time or for a calendar year as is often the case for GP referrals to specialists. Rather, it is valid for the stated number of services, up to a maximum of six services. If the client ceases treatment prior to the completion of services, a report must be provided to the referrer when it is clear the service has ended. If the client represents at a later date and completes the course of treatment, the psychologist must write another report to the referring practitioner.

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