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Psychology Clinic

A first class teaching and research facility

The Bond University Psychology Clinic operates as part of the Faculty of Society & Design.

The Clinic is a private university teaching clinic for provisionally registered psychologists undertaking postgraduate study in clinical or forensic psychology. The lab functions as a centre for clinical research to support study. The Psychology Clinic has been providing psychological service to the Gold Coast community since 1999.

A psychology teaching clinic is like a medical teaching hospital. The clinic offers services provided by Provisionally-registered Psychologists who have already completed at least four years of university training in psychology, and who are now enrolled in specialist post-graduate Master's degrees. All students working in the Clinic are Provisionally-registered as Psychologists with the Psychology Board of Australia.

Provisionally-registered Psychologists provide services under the supervision of highly qualified and experienced staff who are, either members of the Australian Psychological Society  or part of the College of Clinical Psychologists. You will always be advised of the professional status of the person providing services to you.

As this is a teaching clinic, consultations with clients are routinely observed by other provisionally-registered Psychologists and their supervisors.


The Bond University Psychology Clinic provides an extensive range of assessments and interventions for a broad range of psychological and health-related problems.

Referrals are accepted from medical practitioners, schools, agencies, families and self-referrals. 

Our clients include adults, adolescents, children and families.

Some of the areas we provide assistance with include: 

  • depression & other mood disorders
  • anxiety disorders, phobias & panic
  • obsessive & compulsions
  • adjustment to physical & health conditions
  • grief and loss
  • child behaviour problems and disorders
  • parenting and family problems
  • relationship & marital issues
  • impulsive behaviours
  • conduct & violence problems
  • substance abuse
  • occupational difficulties.


The Clinic offers a variety of diagnostic and cognitive assessments for children and adults with a focus on assessments for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Learning Difficulties, Dyslexia, Memory and Achievement. 

Clinic hours

Consultations are available by appointment and can be made:

Monday - Friday between 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 5pm.

Therapy Appointments

Clinic appointments can be scheduled at a time suitable to both Clients and Provisionally-registered Psychologists. Traditionally a “consultation hour” is approximately 50 minutes; please be sure to arrive on time. The number and frequency of sessions depends on many factors and you may discuss this during your initial session. 


We know the financial pressures of today can have an impact on your mental health. 

APS recommended fees are ordinarily $267 per consultation hour for standard psychological services. Bond University fees are as follows:

  • Free initial consultation
  • $20 for additional therapy sessions
  • Assessment Fees - $300

Payment is required at the time of consultation. We are not permitted to extend personal credit to individuals. The Clinic accepts payment via EFTPOS and credit cards.

Please note: As a training clinic, services are not suitable for individuals who are acutely psychotic, suicidal or in immediate crisis. If you are in crisis, please call Emergency Services on 000 / present to your nearest Emergency Department. 

Contact us


Ground Floor
Faculty of Law Building
Bond University
14 University Drive
Robina Qld 4226


Directions on how to get to Bond

Turn left at the main roundabout on University Drive.

Car park is located on the left side of the ring road, past the tennis courts.