About Joe Freeman

Joe is a clinical psychologist operating in private practice within the Launceston area, offering mental health services to individuals across the lifespan.

Joe works with a range of mental health concerns, such as anxiety and depression. He does have a special interest in the treatment of Panic and Trauma based conditions.

With training in a range of different therapies, including Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Joe will work with patients to develop a collaborative treatment plan tailored to the individual and their presenting concerns.


Psychology Services

The most common referral process is via a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP). Please speak to your GP regarding this. Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA) referrals are also accepted, but too will require consultation with a GP beforehand.

Worker’s Compensation, Motor Accident Insurance Board (MAIB) and Privately Funded referrals are accepted. Patients with Victims of Crime (VOC) funding can also contact to discuss accessing mental health services.

During the initial session, a psychosocial assessment will take place and a variety of possible treatment approaches will be explored. You will be able to ask any questions you may have and treatment planning will be a collaborative process.

Most important of all is that you feel comfortable with the treatment approach and therapist. We will endeavour to establish this early on so that you receive the most out of your sessions.

If alternative referral options are appropriate, these too will be discussed and facilitated.


Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Details


Monday Closed

Tuesday – Thursday 8am – 1pm

Friday 9am – 6pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed


Address 1 Elphin Road, Launceston

PO Box1 PO Box 1413, Launceston

Fax(03) 6301 9202

Phone 0467 946 830

Email joe@jfpsychology.com

Please note that phone and email are not always monitored.

Should you be experiencing a crisis or require urgent mental health assistance, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14. Alternatively, you can ring 000 (emergency).