Colin Longworth - Psychologist & Counsellor


 Available in Huntingdale-Thornlie, Perth (East) & Cyberspace - Helping you find your own solutions
PLEASE NOTE:  Back to offering in-person (with appropriate Social distancing) & Telehealth consultations

COVID-19 Related information and psychologist Telehealth bookings

Medicare Mental Health services 

including phone and video Telehealth counselling


are available 

for those with a GP Mental Health Care Plan. 

Three steps:

1.) If you don't already have a GP Mental Health care plan, you will need to speak to your medical practice about 

the availability of a phone (or in-person) consultation with a GP, to arrange for a GP Mental Health Care Plan 

Telehealth Video Consultations (or telephone where access to video Telehealth is not available) 

are available with me for all clients (i.e. people over the age of 16)

2.) Once you have a GP Mental Health Care plan it can be faxed to me, 

with your Medicare Card details  on (08) 9463 6378, or your GP can send it via Secure Messaging, 

to ARGUS: [email protected]  or HEALTHLINK: lrh-dale

3. Make a booking via my Booking Service on 1300 50 67 68, or use this link to HealthEngine


Although I will be present and working from my office, 

(where I have access to files and resources,) 

I will be seeing clients either in the office or via Telehealth.

As far as I know, I do not currently have the COVID-19 virus 

but am practicing a form of social isolation. 

A form for your GP can be found here  with my referral details

For those wanting a more detailed summary of information about my Telehealth Services

taking into account Social Distancing I have a downloadable 2-page summary here 

Bookings can be made for one-to-one sessions via HealthEngine (24/7) 

or my booking service 8am-5pm Mon-Fri on 1300 50 67 68

Other Reliable sources of COVID-19 related information include:

Beyond Blue  -

The Black Dog Institute also has a collection of resources on Coronavirus: Anxiety, Stress & Wellbeing 

Head to Health  -

Mindspot - 


The VIA Institute on Character (which I often recommend to clients,) also has some good resources. 

This page last updated 19th September 2020