We're a mix of emotions

Which is why it’s important to be heard, understood, and supported in order to keep ourselves balanced and living health, productive lives.

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    It’s our People that makes us different

    Our psychologists are equipped with methods, strategies and techniques that are not only research and evidence-based but are also based on years of experience of helping people from all walks of life.

    When you come to People Psychology, we tailor our methods to best suit your circumstances as well as your short-term and long-term goals.

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    In the aim to provide a safe and comfortable space for you to share and explore your concerns with our psychologists, we strive to make sure our office is easily accessible to clients and those interested in taking advantage of our services. We know that the decision to seek help is already a huge step, so we try to make sure the rest of the steps that involve documentation and travel aren’t as difficult. This could hopefully help you and our clients focus on their treatment and their therapy.

    People Psychology Melbourne CBD is situated in the Melbourne CBD (City Business District). We’re a short walk from Flinders Street Station and trams travel along Collins Street with tram stops close to our office at Level 32, 367 Collins Street (Optus Centre), Melbourne VIC 3000. We also have offices in Brighton, Toorak, Double Bay, NSW and via telehealth Australia-wide.

    Sexual harassment is any form of unwelcome or unwanted sexual attention that is experienced as offensive, humiliating or intimidating. Sexual harassment can be written, verbal or physical. Both males and females can be the victims of sexual harassment.

    There are laws that protect people against sexual harassment in the workplace, at school or university as everyone has the right to be in an environment free from harassment, bullying and discrimination. Sexual harassment can include behaviours such as:

    • Unwelcome touching, grabbing or other physical contact
    • Comments that have sexual meanings
    • Ssking for sex or sexual favours
    • Displaying rude and offensive material, e.g. calendars, cartoons
    • Sexual jokes and comments
    • Questions about your sex life
    • Sex based insults

    In any setting sexual harassment is an unacceptable form of behavior that causes distress. It can cause a range of different reactions for different people. You may:

    • Feel stressed, anxious or depressed
    • Have physical symptoms of stress such as headaches or sleep problems
    • Feel unable to trust your employer or the people you work with
    • Lack confidence and belief in yourself and your work
    • Have your life outside of work or school or university affected, eg relationships

    People Psychology has a network of qualified psychologists who specialise in helping you find ways to address the sexual harassment in the workplace, school or university. We can also help you resolve how the harassment has affected you.