For general queries about our services or to book appointments please contact us on (03) 8851 3600. Our receptionists are available at the Kew East clinic between approximately 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday. If you are not able to get through to us on the phone, leave a message and someone will contact you ASAP. Alternatively, send us an enquiry using the contact form below and we will respond to you via email.  

We regret that we cannot respond to queries about individual situations or provide information materials about ASD. We suggest you contact your local autism association which has a range of information and support services. 

We do not provide crisis support services. If you or someone you know is an immediate danger to themselves or someone else please call the emergency services line on 000. If you need urgent mental health care and are unable to wait for the next available appointment, please see your GP or contact Lifeline which offers 24 hour crisis support.

Emergency services: 000

Lifeline: Phone 131 114 or visit


Suicide Callback Service: Phone 1300 659 467 or visit

Kids Helpline: Phone 1800 55 1800 or visit

Headspace: Phone 1800 650 890 or visit



We have a limited number of appointments available for new clients for counselling (age 13+). Please contact reception for further information. The waiting list for an ASD assessment is approximately 6 months.

Contact us

The ASD Clinic is located in Kew East, Melbourne. We also have a smaller clinic located in Malvern, Melbourne.


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Contact info

  •   Address KEW EAST: Suite 2, 830 High Street, KEW EAST, Victoria, 3102

  •   Mail Us:

  •   Phone: (03) 8851 3600

  •   Fax: (03) 9857 0975



Suite 2, 830 High Street, KEW EAST, Victoria, 3102
Phone: (03) 8851 3600 - Fax: (03) 9857 0975




The ASD Clinic Kew East is located on the North Balwyn tram route (No 48). You can disembark at Stop 43 (Kew High School), and walk towards Burke Road. We are a short drive from the Burke Road and Bulleen Road exits of the Eastern Freeway. Several bus routes will take you close to the clinic - National Busline Routes 200-207 (Kilby Road and Doncaster Road) and Ivanhoe Busline Route 548 (Burke Road). If you are travelling by train, you can connect with the No. 548 bus at Ivanhoe Station, and the North Balwyn tram at Southern Cross or Jolimont stations.


There are two options for car parking, either on High Street but please note the clearways in the morning and afternoon so you don't towed! or through the boomgate next to building 832 High Street. When you are sent an appointment reminder via email or mobile phone you will be given a code for the boomgate. Once through, proceed to the very back of the car park and follow The ASD Clinic signs to our designated car parking area.


Dr Richard Eisenmajer PhD presents:

Imagine having Asperger's Syndrome

A First Consultation DVD (length 103 minutes)

Drawing on his clinical experience and popular presentation style, Richard talks about the day to day challenges faced by people with Asperger's Syndrome and suggests a range of support strategies.