How do I get started with SPOT

Getting started with SPOT is a straight forward process. We have listed some options below to help make the process easier.

  • Call 2807 2992 to speak to one of our friendly front of house staff that can direct your call.
  • Contact one of the team for an informal chat, email with your enquiry and request to be put in touch with a therapist. We will get back to you within 1-2 working days.
  • Arrange a parent consultation with one of our clinicians.
  • Book a Screening Assessment Appointment. Call 2807 2992 and ask for a Multi Disciplinary Team Screening Assessment. These assessments are held on Thursday mornings and are run by a Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist. They are a thorough and excellent means of establishing a child’s potential therapy needs.
  • If you already know what you are looking for and just want an appointment then call 2807 2992 and speak to our reception team who will gladly help you out.

Not ready to fill out a full registration form – start with the online initial contact form

You can download the Background Forms here

Online version: Child Background Form

PDF version: Child Background Form

The registration form for adults seeking psychology/ counselling services can be found here

SPOT Registration for Adults.

If you have any questions at all please get in touch.

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Make an Appointment

You can make an appointment by speaking to us on (852) 2807 2992 or you can email us here. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT.


We have a highly skilled, experienced and dedicated team each bringing a particular specialism to SPOT. MEET THE TEAM

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When he met Virginia things were totally different. She first made friends with him, without any pressure. She made sure he trusted her before beginning to work with him. She patiently observed him for a couple of sessions and gently introduced toys, and exercises. Our son always felt comfortable with her.

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