top of page


Below, I have compiled a list of the most frequent questions that I'm asked about my services. It is normal, and I encourage you to ask many questions when choosing a psychologist. Here are some answers to the questions I receive the most. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please feel free to ask.

How long does each therapy session take?

Do I need a referral?

Sessions take 50-60 minutes.

Assessments usually depend on what is being assessed, we can discuss this further with you at your time of booking.

You do not need a referral to book an appointment with our psychologists, however to be able to receive Medicare rebates with psychologists a GP Mental Health Care plan is required.

You do need a referral for psychiatrist appointments.

Is there a fee for services?

What rebates are available?

Yes there is a fee for services, this varies depending on the service. Please feel free to discuss further at your time of booking.

Psychology session fees

for Clinical Psychologist = $210

for Registered Psychologist = $185

for Provisional Psychologist (Please contact)

NDIS = as per NDIS price guide

*these fees may change in future

There are a number of rebates available that can be processed at the clinic to reduce your out of pocket expense.

Psychiatrist session fees: please contact our reception for further information on fees and rebates.

Other practitioners: please contact them directly to discuss fees.

There are a number of rebates available (after payment of full fee) for psychologist appointments:

Private Health Fund Rebates
(check with your fund for rates)


Medicare Rebates:
GP Mental Health Care Plan rebate per session for up to 20 sessions per calendar year:

$131.65 (Clinical Psychologist) or

$89.65 (Registered Psychologist) 

Pregnancy Counselling Item- rebate of $65.75 per session for up to 3 sessions.

Helping Children with Autism- rebate of $89.65per session for up to 20 sessions per lifetime.

Psychiatrist appointments also have rebates available. Please contact reception for further information.

Why do I need to see a psychologist?


Seeing a psychologist can be helpful for a variety of reasons, from having a place to debrief about life stressors, through to treatment for more specific concerns.

The aims of therapy for children and adults, is to provide a safe and confidential space to work on ways to improve your emotional wellbeing.

We are also able to provide support to individuals who are self/plan managed. Fees are as per NDIS price guide.


Sessions can currently be provided via Telehealth due to COVID-19. These can be undertaken via phone or via video consult.

bottom of page