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Freddie Wright

Provisional Psychologist

I am kind, curious, and keen to support people in understanding themselves and exploring their neurodivergence. I want to learn about your special interests and what makes you you. I am particularly interested in working with LGBTIQA+ individuals especially with regards to exploring gender

Some of the things that make me 'me':

Other people may describe me as:

How will I support you?

Life can present a kaleidoscope of challenges, especially when you're neurodivergent. Have you ever been told that you need to calm down, or that you're being too loud? Life, when you're neurodivergent, has many moments where we just don't seem to connect with the people around us. Feeling different to other people is a very common experience that ends up in a lot of lonely places.

But guess what? You're not alone and you no longer have to say 'I'm fine' if it's not true. It's perfectly okay not to have all the answers right now, because taking that first step into therapy is an act of courage. 

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More about Lucy Chang

Home state: NSW

My eye sparkles and SpIns (special interests) include: 

  • Somehow I have the knack of recognising tunes from the 80s and 90s, which is handy for my pub trivia team of diverse intellects!

  • Most week nights, my partner and I love to watch pre-recorded (ad-free) episodes of Mastermind.

  • I'm enjoying exploring my new neighbourhood on foot.

  • I love to unwind by getting crafty and tending to my ever growing plant collection.

  • Having dabbled in silver smithing and pottery, I've come to realise how much skill is required and love to support local crafts people.

  • I'm an All Blacks supporter!

Here are 3 things I believe with all my heart to be true:

  • Everyone has strengths

  • I am constantly learning new things, and I have so much gratitude for all that I have learnt from each and every client I have worked with.

  • The individual standing alone in a crowded room, once engaged, may be the most fascinating person in the room.

Fees

  • Lucy's fee is $200 per 50-minute appointment.

  • Long consultations are $300 per 90-minute appointment.

  • Please see the assessments page for information about functional capacity assessments. 

  • You may use NDIS, Medicare, or private health fund insurance for appointments with Lucy.

  • Fees for NDIS plan-managed clients are as per the NDIS price guide for counsellors in your state.

Appointments

  • Please contact the Very Helpful Chats admin team to make a telehealth appointment with Lucy by email admin@veryhelpfulchats.com.au or filling in the contact form below.

  • Lucy has a waitlist of approximately 4 to 6 months.

  • Lucy works on Fridays and does not offer face-to-face appointments.

Would you like us to contact you about our available appointments?
How would you like our admin team to contact you?

We are neurodivergent-friendly - we promise to only call you if you tick the box

What service/s are you interested in?

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