Albury psychologist Jaclyn Smoker concerned about mental health care access

Janet Howie
By Janet Howie
May 17 2022 - 6:00pm
CONSTANT DEMAND: Psychologist Jaclyn Smoker sits in her Glenroy practice with Churchill the cat. "People are essentially putting off accessing the psychology services that they need and at the level of frequency that some of them actually need," she says. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

Mental health care is fast becoming out of reach financially for many families, a Border psychologist has warned.

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