A child sitting on the ground alone with his arms covering his eyes. He appears upset.

After a challenging year, many children may require some additional support as they make the transition back to school and normal social activities.

If there are families in your community who are concerned about their child’s mental health, we provide a range of accessible services to support the mental health and wellbeing of children of all ages.

Our highly qualified child psychologists work with children, their families, and teachers to provide assistance and treatment for children who may be struggling.

We also offer several groups and programs to support children’s developmental needs, and to help families raise happy, healthy children and teenagers.

If you or someone in your community could use some extra support, our Child Psychology team may be able to assist. Simply call 9430 9100, or email enquiries@healthability.org.au

Meet the team

Jason Lam – Paediatric Psychologist

Jason Lam

Jason is an AHPRA registered psychologist with training in the area of  educational and developmental psychology and counselling. He graduated  from The University of Melbourne with a Master of Educational  Psychology and also holds a Master of Educational Counselling.

Jason speaks English, Mandarin, and Cantonese, and has worked across  schools and private practices from both overseas and in Australia. Jason works with children, teenagers, and young adults with a range of  developmental, educational, and emotional difficulties. His areas of  interest include assessments and intervention for children with Autism  Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Specific Learning Difficulties.

Jason is also experienced in conducting psychoeducational assessments (e.g. cognitive assessment, educational assessments) and treating children with a broad range of psychological issues including, but not limited to, the following areas: depression, anxiety, culture differences and adaptation, loneliness, academic performance, academic stress, and

“There’s nothing more important than helping children to understand and overcome their psycho-social-emotional challenges.”