Cova Psychology Social Media and Website Policies and Disclaimer

Cova Psychology’s social media pages and websites aims to:

  • Spread awareness of mental health and psychology-related issues
  • Spread awareness of psychological research
  • Spread awareness of psychological and self-care skills
  • Counteract misinformation about mental health and psychology-related issues

Cova Psychology discourages self-diagnosis through online information. Always seek professional support and guidance for your mental health care rather than relying on information you find online and on social media.

The content of Cova Psychology’s social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, TikTok) and website does not constitute a recommendation for medical care, nor makes a warranty of any kind in terms of the information’s appropriateness for individual online users.

The information found on Cova Psychology’s social media pages and website are not intended to be a substitute for professional psychological, psychiatric, medical advice, assessment, diagnosis, or treatment. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking medical treatment because of something you have read or accessed through Cova Psychology’s social media pages or website.

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on Cova’s Psychology social media pages and website is up-to-date and factual, this information is not intended to be relied upon for decisions made or actions taken by any specific individual.

The information found on Cova Psychology’s social media pages and website does not recommend, endorse, or make any claims about the effectiveness or appropriateness or suitability of any form of treatment, tests, products, services, options, health care providers, or other information for any specific individual or online user.

Cova Psychology does not assume any responsibility or risk for your use of their media platforms (both social media and website).

Interacting on Cova Psychology’s Social Media pages

Cova Psychology expects its social media pages to be a place that is respectful, reliable, relevant and safe. Moderators of these pages may hide or delete posts which are considered to be:

  • Abusive, offensive or unlawful: Harassment, bullying or provoking other online users, swearing, derogatory language and expression of views that are racist, sexist, homophobic, predatory or sexually explicit are not acceptable.
  • Posts we deem to be potentially defamatory or that violate privacy laws will be removed.
  • Misleading information or misinformation: Information that is false, unfounded or misleading, whether intentional or not, will be removed.
  • An infringement of intellectual property rights: Respect and acknowledge original creators when sharing content.
  • Promotional: We do not accept advertisements, requests to endorse commercial products or services or soliciting donations.
  • Spam or harmful: Copied and pasted, duplicated or off-topic posts will be removed. We do not tolerate posts containing links to harmful or suspicious websites or applications.
  • Personal details: As these are public pages, we will remove any posts that contain private information or personal details, such as email addresses or phone numbers.
  • A violation of the platform’s terms and conditions. If you breach these guidelines, we may block your account.
  • To create meaningful and valuable discussion, please stay on topic when commenting on posts to Cova Psychology’s social media pages.

Contact with Cova Psychology through Social Media

Cova Psychology may acknowledge or respond to comments left by users on Cova’s social media pages. Cova Psychology reserves the right not to respond to every individual comment left on its social media pages.

If you are interested in enquiring about the services of Cova Psychology’s therapists and psychologists, please contact us through our website rather than through our social media pages. This ensures that we are able to attend to your enquiry in a timely manner. We work with people located in Australia only.

Connecting with Support

The content of Cova Psychology’s social media pages does not constitute any form of psychological service including assessment, treatment, and crisis support.

If you are outside Australia and seeking ongoing psychological support, please link in with a therapist or psychologist in your local area.

If you are in Australia and seeking the services of a therapist or psychologist some options include:

Crisis Support

If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs helps now, contact your local emergency or crisis support services.

For people in Australia, if you or someone you know is in crisis and needs help now, call triple zero (000). You can also call Lifeline on 13 11 14 — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For people in Australia, there are also a number of telephone and online crisis support services. A comprehensive list of these can be found at: