The PSP offers short-term psychological therapies to those with a healthcare card who would benefit from receiving short-term therapy for mild to moderate mental health needs and targets the following priority groups:
The review aims to assess the existing program’s strengths, weaknesses and areas for improvement, as well as potential new models, to provide recommendations to renew the model in a way that is impactful, meets the needs of the Gold Coast community and better reaches priority populations.
Beacon Strategies are seeking to consult with general practitioners in the Gold Coast community to understand from your perspective strengths and weaknesses of the existing model, potential new models that could be implemented, and how to better reach the identified priority populations.
As a general practitioner, you play a critical role in the current PSP model in providing referrals to the PSP. GCPHN invites you to attend an online focus group facilitated by Beacon Strategies to be held 16 February 5:30-7:30 pm via Zoom.
Please register for this workshop via booking through the Eventbrite page here.
Gold Coast PHN has engaged Beacon Strategies to undertake a review of the Psychological Services Program (PSP) (formerly ATAPS), with the intent to go to the open market and commission a new service model mid-year. The PSP offers short-term psychological therapies to those with a healthcare card who...
There is currently a high demand for the GCPHN Psychological Services Program so please consider the below criteria when referring patients, as only clients that fit within the eligibility of this program will be accepted at this high time of need. Client has a non-acute, non-chronic, moderate menta...