Psychology Clinic’s doors are officially open to Western Sydney

Do you find worries are overwhelming you? Does anxiety interfere with your life?  Do you find that your mood is consistently down?  Sometimes, people need a little extra help on their life journey, and the University of Western Sydney Psychology Clinic is here to lend a hand.

On Friday 12th October, the UWS Psychology Clinic will be officially opened after its relocation from UWS Bankstown campus to the Lifeline Macarthur building in Smeaton Grange.

The opening is a celebration of the partnership with Lifeline Macarthur, and recognition of the essential, important service being offered to the Greater Western Sydney community through this partnership.

Associate Professor Rocco Crino, Senior Clinical Psychologist at UWS Psychology Clinic, says the Clinic offers invaluable assistance to the people of the greater west.

“The UWS partnership with Lifeline Macarthur provides an opportunity for the University to further realise its mission statement of commitment to the Greater West by providing comprehensive psychological services,” says Professor Crino.

“The relocation of the UWS Psychology Clinic form Milperra to the Lifeline premises at Smeaton Grange ensures that the services offered by the clinic are readily accessible to the community of Western Sydney.”

The UWS Psychology Clinic offers specialised psychological, psychometric and behavioural assessments as well as cognitive behavioural treatment programs, to residents of Western Sydney.

UWS Psychology Clinic operates on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and offers free services irrespective of the service provided or the number of appointments.

UWS Psychology Clinic and Lifeline Macarthur are located at 13 McPherson Road, Smeaton Grange.

WHAT: Partnership Ceremony – UWS and Lifeline Macarthur
WHEN: 11am, Friday 12th October, 2012
WHERE: Lifeline Macarthur, 13 McPherson Road, Smeaton Grange