HOW TO BOOK
You can make an appointment by simply calling, emailing or booking online.
Appointments are confidential and will be tailored to you goals.
You do not need a doctors referral though if you come with a Mental health care plan from your doctor your will be eligible for a rebate of $87.45 per session for up to 10 sessions per year if seeing a psychologist. During Covid now 20 session per year.
Alternatively you may be able to claim back on your private health insurance, or have NDIS funding. Please check you policy or budget for the amount and number of sessions you can claim for.
Appointments with a psychologist are for 50 minutes and are charged at $195 unless other arrangements have been made for hardship or other reasons.
Appointment with our counsellor is $95.00 unless other arrangements have been made for hardship or other reasons.
Initial appointments require a deposit of $100 to secure the time slot. If you have entered your payment details on the online intake form this will not be necessary. If for some reason you are unable to attend your appointment, let us know as soon as possible as we require 48 hours notification to avoid cancellation fees. This helps us offer this appointment to another and avoids any preparation for clients who are unable to make their appointment. Thanks for your assistance with this.
INITIAL APPOINTMENT FOR CHILD AND FAMILY CONSULTATION OR COUPLES/RELATIONSHIP
Initial appointments with a child psychologist is for 80 -90 minutes and this includes time allocated to filling in client details and other relevant questionnaires or providing details of your referral pathway.
The cost of the initial appointment for couples, parents/caregiver and children is $245 to see a psychologist
The cost of the initial appointment for parents/caregivers with children is $145 to see the counselor, unless otherwise arranged.
The Child Psychologist provides professional assessments of child, adolescent and family concerns.
Please bring your documentation from previous relevant professionals. For children this includes teacher reports and developmental records or reports from other professionals.
Parents will often attend this appointment without their child if he/she is under the age of 6 years old. For children where appropriate and possible, both parents should attend. During the initial session the psychologist and counsellor often meets with the parents and child separately if the child is comfortable with this.
Registered with AHPRA
Medicare rebates available - no bulk billing