Ringwood East Psychologists

In-Person and Telehealth

Telesol Psychology has rebranded as Ardent Psych!

Telesol Psychology started as a telehealth psychology organisation, but there was a clear message from our clients and referring doctors that they prefer in-person psychology. We have evolved to accommodate this by brining on a number of in-person psychologists, and the service is now much better received.

Given our changed service delivery, our name unfortunately caused some confusion for patients and referring doctors with many thinking we are a Telehealth only organisation. We will have therefore rebranded.

Ringwood East Psychologists

Telesol Psychology is a psychologist practice in Ringwood East where independent psychologists deliver in-person and telehealth consultations.  We endeavour to offer excellent care for both children and adults through:

  • Competitive fees for in-person consultations.
  • Discounted fees for telehealth consultations.
  • Short wait times.
  • A friendly and responsive service
  • Simple reliable technology

The psychologists working with Telesol Psychology are independent health practitioners.  They determine their own fees; and there may be some variation between practitioners.

For those considering Telehealth, the technology is simple.  You require a stable internet and a connected device (phone, tablet, computer).  No special software / app is needed.  A link is simply sent for you to open.

Bookings may be made online, by phone, or in-person.  Consultations must be paid online via Credit Card / Debit Card.

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Telehealth Psychology

For those comfortable with technology, telehealth psychology can provide a flexible, accessible solution.  It can be mixed with in-person consultations, or delivered as a Telehealth Only Service.  The Telehealth Only Service is offered at a discount.

Common Mental Health Conditions


Anxiety can feel overwhelming, leaving you trapped in a cycle of worry and fear that interferes with your daily life. Whether you're experiencing generalized anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, or social anxiety, it's important to know that help is available, and you don't have to face it alone.


Depression can cast a shadow over your life, making it difficult to find joy in the things you once loved and impacting your relationships, work, and overall well-being. Psychologists can help patients navigate through their feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and despair.

School Refusal

School refusal is a complex issue that can deeply impact children and adolescents, as well as their families. It's more than just a desire to skip school; it often involves intense feelings of anxiety, fear, or distress related to attending school. Fortunately, psychology offers effective strategies to address school refusal and support individuals in overcoming this challenge.

Post Natal Depression

Welcoming a new baby into the world is supposed to be a joyous occasion, but for some new mothers, it can be accompanied by overwhelming feelings of sadness, anxiety, and despair. Postnatal depression (PND), also known as postpartum depression, is a common and treatable mental health condition that affects many new mothers.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

ASD is a complex neurodevelopmental condition that affects how individuals perceive the world and interact with others. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with autism, it's essential to know that there are resources and support available to help navigate the unique challenges and strengths associated with this condition. Psychology support individuals with autism to reach their full potential.


From work pressures to relationship difficulties, financial worries to health concerns, stress is an inevitable part of life. But when it becomes overwhelming and chronic, it can take a toll on both our mental and physical health. Psychologists understand the complex interplay between our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, and they provide evidence-based interventions to address stress at its root.


Grief is a natural and universal response to loss, whether it's the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or a significant life change. Coping with grief can feel overwhelming, leaving individuals feeling lost, confused, and emotionally drained. Support and resources to help navigate the complex emotions of grief and find a path toward healing and resilience.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can deeply affect those who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event, leaving them feeling overwhelmed, fearful, and disconnected from the world around them. Psychologists are trained to understand the complexities of trauma and provide compassionate, evidence-based care tailored to each person's unique needs.