Sunset Veterinary Counselling welcomes self referral from clients who recognise they are in need of additional support, as well as referrals from Australian veterinarians wanting to refer the owners of their patients to this program.
It is important to note, however, that as a training clinic the Clinic does not take on cases of a legal nature of any type, nor do they accept referrals for high risk clients, actively psychotic clients, or students currently undertaking psychology studies at UQ.
Please Note: The UQ Psychology Clinic does not provide crisis or emergency support.
Upon completion of the form below you will be contacted to confirm the suitablity of this support program for you/your clients needs.
The form should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. Please take the time to fill out all areas of the form to ensure we can understand your situation and care requirements. If you do have any questions about the form please contact our supportive Sunset Vets office staff.
Caring for those experiencing pet related grief following the death of a Companion Animal.
This manual is intended for mental health professionals working in a therapeutic setting. The information and recommendations presented are most appropriate for adults and adolescents and are primarily targeted at individual counselling.
Kindly made available for download by author Claire Martin.