Welcome to Blossomtree Psychology
03 5333 4157
Blossomtree has moved!
You will now find us at
34 Victoria Street
Please continue to direct all correspondence to
PO Box 116
Miners Rest, VIC, 3352
You can also email us at
We are an Infant, Child, Adolescent & Family Psychology Practice.
Blossomtree Psychology was born out of a shared passion and desire to help others. Chelle and Jess, the founders of Blossomtree Psychology, were both born and raised in country Victoria. We have often reflected on our experiences of being raised not only by our families, but also by our rural communities, and the strong influence this upbringing has had on the paths we have taken in our lives.
We have experienced first hand the concept that ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ and it is this ideal that drives us to want to give back to our local community by supporting the children, adolescents and families who make up our community.
We chose the Blossomtree to represent our way of working; as for both of us it has significant meaning. While it is a symbol from our own childhoods, the Blossomtree’s life cycle also represents the opportunity for regeneration, and growth, and shows us that with support, nurture and guidance, we and those we work with, can find a renewed strength and be given the opportunity to blossom.
In the years we have been practising as psychologists there has been no greater gift than the privilege of being invited into the journey of growth and to walk that path alongside the children and families we work with. In all of the work we do we carry with us the powerful lessons that these children and their families have taught us through their journey. We know that it is important for children, adolescents and their families to feel supported, and we work to ensure that each and everyone we work with feel heard, safe and respected.
Chelle and Jess are thrilled to work together to strengthen our kids, our families and our community.
Blossomtree Psychology COVID19 Measures
In order to continue to do our part to minimise risk of community transmission of COVID19,
Blossomtree Psychology is asking client screening questions over the phone and checking temperatures at the door prior to each appointment to ensure that any possible germs are not spread in our clinic. In addition to this, all rooms, surfaces and clinical supplies are sanitised between sessions.
Blossomtree Psychology is no longer a walk-in clinic and is available by appointment only. We would like to remind families visiting our clinic to wait in their cars until they receive a phone call from their clinicians asking them to come to the door.
We understand these measures can be frustrating for our families, but we want to continue doing what we can to keep our practitioners, families and community safe.
We would also like to thank our Blossomtree families for being so flexible and understanding during these uncertain times.
What if we are sick?
If you or your child are sick, we ask that you do not attend our clinic.
If you have cold and flu symptoms, but are well enough for your appointment, you can ask for a Telehealth appointment.
Telehealth is using video conferencing software or a phone call to conduct a session from the safety of your own home. We are finding that most of our kids love having their sessions by video chat. If you have questions or concerns about it, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email your practitioner direct.
We don’t want to do Telehealth Appointments.
What does that mean for us?
Unfortunately, if you are unwell and do not want to/are not able to participate in Telehealth appointments, your appointment would need to be cancelled until you are well enough to attend in person again.
Please don't hesitate to contact us at the clinic with any questions or concerns (03) 5333 4157
We would like to thank all of our Blossomtree Psychology families and partners for being patient with us during these challenging times.
The Blossomtree Psychology Team
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Monday - Friday 9 to 5pm
Some later appointments appointments
available by negotiation.
If you are unable to reach us by phone, please send us an email via the contact form on the Contact Us page