Primary Care Psychology

Melbourne Psychologist Contact Primary Care Psychology



*** Primary Care Psychology has moved! ***

The new clinic is located at:

601 Dandenong Rd, Armadale, Vic., 3143

(accessible by train, tram, and plenty of parking)


The new clinic offers a relaxed and confidential environment for discussing personal issues.


Armadale Consulting Room


Click: Map of the Armadale clinic




Jonathon is unable to take new clients at present. If you would like a recommendation for another bulk billing service then please use the message form below, thank you.

All appointments are bulk-billed (no fee) with a GP referral.


Thank you,

Jonathon Walker
Clinical Psychologist



Primary Care Psychology Contact



(03) 9553 8838


Postal Address:

PO Box 48

Brighton Victoria 3186


Service Locations:

- Clinic appointments are available in Armadale

(After-hours appointments available for people who work full-time)

- Home / Workplace visits are available in the South-Eastern suburbs between

Port Melbourne and Mordialloc, and further eastwards


Email:Primary Care Psychology Email



Primary Care Psychology Online Form


To book an appointment, please use the New Client Intake Form below


I would like to:
Make a general enquiry
About You:
First Name (only):
Contact Details:
Reply Email:





Melbourne Psychologist New Client Intake Questionnaire


The following questionnaire only takes a few minutes to complete, and will help Jonathon Walker (clinical psychologist) quickly assess your current situation.


Please don't forget to complete the short personality assessment and insert your 4-letter code into the form below, thank you.

About You:
First Name (only):
Gender (M or F):


Psych History:
Have you received a mental health diagnosis in the past, or treatment (therapy or medication) from a mental health professional (eg. psychologist, psychiatrist, GP)?
Yes No
If yes, what was the diagnosis / issue? How long ago?
Have you had any recent contact with a psychiatric hospital or the Department of Human Services (DHS)?
Yes No
If yes, please elaborate:


Current Issues:
Please indicate if you have recently experienced any of the following:
(you can tick multiple boxes)
Depressed or sad mood
Insomnia (difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep)
Low energy / fatigue
Panic attacks
Uncontrollable worry
Social anxiety (shyness)
Trauma (or post-traumatic stress)
Excessive anger
Violence (or desire for violence) towards others
Suicidal thoughts or attempt
Eating disorder (anorexia, bulimia, binge eating)
Body image dissatisfaction
Family problems
Relationship problems
Sexual difficulties
Using alcohol or drugs to cope with problems
Other addictions (eg. pornography, shopping, games, etc)
(we can discuss during assessment)
Other issues (please describe):


Legal and Reporting:
Do you have any current or forthcoming legal issues?

(eg. Workcover, court appearances or court orders, divorce / separation, child custody, offender programs, etc)?
Yes No
If Yes, please describe:
Will you require any psychology reports be sent to relevant organisations?

(eg. your workplace, Centrelink, DHS, court, lawyers, etc)
Yes No
If yes, please list below:


Other Information:
Is there any other information that will help Jonathon understand your present circumstances?
To assist Jonathon to match you with an appropriate psychologist, could you please complete this short personality assessment, and then enter your 4-letter code in the box below (it only takes 5 minutes to complete). Thank you.


Jonathon is available at the Armadale clinic (601 Dandenong Rd) during business hours, Monday to Friday.

Please indicate in the box below which appointment times you would prefer, or write "ALL" if you are available any time.


Thank you for your time, and I look forward to meeting you soon.


All information will be held highly confidential.




Our Psychologists

All psychologists working with Primary Care Psychology:

  • Are members of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and APS College of Clinical Psychologists
  • Have current registration as a psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA)
  • Have completed a postgraduate clinical psychology degree


Did you know?

  • While anyone in Australia can call themselves a "counsellor" (even those without any training!), only practitioners registered with the Psychology Board of Australia can call themselves a "psychologist"


  • On average, it takes about 8 years of university study and training to become a "clinical psychologist" © 2016 All Rights Reserved.
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