SONDER

PSYCHOLOGY

BOOK APPOINTMENT & CONTACT

CONTACT DETAILS

 

Address: 27 Portman Street, Zetland NSW 2017

To book an initial consultation or if you have any queries, please contact any Sonder Psychologist therapist through their contact form and they will get back to you as soon as possible. Please note that the standard fees and relevant surcharges will be charged, unless otherwise requested by eligible clients. If at any time, it is ascertained that your difficulties lie outside your clinician's area of expertise, you will be assisted in finding the most appropriate service for referral. Please note that the practice does not provide mental health crisis services, after-hours services, or therapeutic services over email or phone; and does not reply text messages. Replies to the contact form may take at least 24 working hours or longer (not including weekends or public holidays).

Please note that due to current COVID-19 restrictions, only telehealth appointments are available. This can change depending on how the COVID-19 situation in Sydney evolves and upon government health advice. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the practice. If you (1) have a fever, cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath, or (2) had contact with someone diagnosed with or suspected of having COVID-19, or (3) have travelled internationally or domestically in the last 14 days, please DO NOT attend your appointment at the practice and request a telehealth appointment by contacting your practitioner. If you attend on-site sessions at the practice, please scan the COVID-19 QR code at the practice BEFORE every appointment.​

DIRECTIONS

By Bus: There are several buses to Portman Street, where the practice is located.

By Train: The Green Square train station is close to the practice.
By Car: There is street parking available around the practice.

CRISIS INFORMATION

Please note that the practice does not provide an after-hours service. If you require immediate and urgent assistance, or out of hours assistance, please:

  • Attend the Emergency Department of the nearest public hospital

  • Call Medical, Fire, Police Emergency on 000 or the Mental Health Access Line on 1800 011 511

  • Call Lifeline for 24-hour counselling on 131 114

  • Contact your local General Practitioner