Therapeutic Services

Yeo Psychology provides individualised therapy services to children and adolescents in the areas of:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Strengths-based personal resource building
  • Transition Support
  • Bereavement and Grief

Lynley is a registered NDIS provider. Therapeutic services tailored specifically to  people with disabilities may address:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Friendship and Relationship skills
  • Social skills and social thinking
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Personal safety skills
  • Transition to school/high school
  • Anger management
  • Strengths-based personal resource building

Support for parents/carers and siblings is available in:

  • Parenting skills
  • Maintaining personal well-being
  • Supporting siblings of people with disabilities


Please see Assessments tab for more information on the assessments Lynley is able to provide.

Mental health services are eligible for rebates of approximately $84, with a Mental Health Care Plan from your GP. Gap fees may be negotiated in cases of financial difficulty.


To make a booking and for all enquiries please call 02 9868 6029

or email

Get Lost Mr Scary

“She’s scared of making mistakes. She won’t even give it a try!”

“He’s worried something bad will happen to me”

“They’re always getting stomach pains or feeling sick, but there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with them!”


Does your child have difficulty coping with fear and worries?


Get Lost Mr Scary (GLMS) is a cognitive behavioural program designed especially for children aged between 5 and 7 years. Utilising play-based, fun activities, it teaches children skills that can help them to better manage their fears and worries.


What’s involved?

6 weekly small group afternoon sessions for children

2 parent partnership sessions (critical for best outcomes!)

A “graduation” session for children and parents

A follow up “booster” session

Each session runs for approximately 1 hour

Groups are capped at 8 participants


For more information about the Get Lost Mr Scary program including theoretical frameworks and research base, please visit


To register your interest in an upcoming program please email Lynley at