We accept referrals from GPs, psychiatrists and licensed mental health professionals. As CCI is a tertiary service offering short-term treatments for mental disorders, we require a relevant point of contact for when patients are discharged from our service to ensure continuity of care. If you will not have ongoing involvement in the patient’s care, we ask that a supporting referral be provided from a relevant medical practitioner who will have ongoing contact with the patient (e.g. GP or Psychiatrist).
March 2022 - Please be aware that in accordance with current instructions about COVID-19 restrictions, all of our appointments are currently being conducted via telehealth. Exceptions may be made when there is a clinical need for someone to attend appointments face to face – this will be determined on a case by case basis. Please ensure your patients are aware of this before referral.
CCI is a state-wide service and can accept referrals from all regions within Western Australia. We can provide treatment via videoconferencing to clients in rural areas if they are able to access facilities at their local community mental health service.
Patients must have a clearly defined primary diagnosis in one of the following areas:
Referral to CCI is not appropriate for patients who:
If you believe your patient would benefit from short-term, problem focused treatment offered at the Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI), please refer to our service using one of the referral forms below:
Phone: (08) 9227 4399
Fax: (08) 9328 5911
Email: Visit the Contact us page
Centre for Clinical Interventions
223 James Street
Northbridge, WA 6003
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