Fees

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Hilary Lindberg & Dr Daniel Brown & Dr Kirstie Daken
  • Individual psychological treatment is $250 per 50-minute session before eligible rebates apply (e.g. there would be a $113.65 out of pocket cost with a Mental Health Care Plan).
  • After-hours (5pm onwards) and weekend appointments have an additional $25 charge.
  • Couple/relationship therapy is $260 per 50-minute session. Couples/relationship therapy are not eligible for a Medicare rebate, however you may be able to claim these sessions with your private health insurance if applicable.
  • At times your therapist may need to administer questionnaires or assessments to help inform your treatment plan. These are purchased separately and will be added to your invoice. Your psychologist will discuss this with you should it be necessary.

Registered Psychologist

Amie Shailer & Nick Campbell & Caitlin Proctor
  • Individual psychological treatment is $215 per 50-minute session before eligible rebates apply (e.g. there would be a $122.10 out of pocket cost with a Mental Health Care Plan).
  • After-hours (5pm onwards) and weekend appointments have an additional $25 charge.
  • Couple/relationship therapy is $260 per 50-minute session. Couple/relationship therapy is not eligible for a Medicare rebate. Note: At present none of our registered psychologists offer ongoing couples therapy.
  • At times your therapist may need to administer questionnaires or assessments to help inform your treatment plan. These are purchased separately and will be added to your invoice. Your psychologist will discuss this with you should it be necessary.

Registered Counsellor

Rachelle Abraham & Niamh Sullivan
  • Individual sessions are $163 per 50-minute session. After-hours (5pm onwards) and weekend appointments incur an additional $25 fee.
  • Medicare rebates are not available for individual sessions with a counsellor.
  • You may be eligible for a rebate through your private health insurance. Our counsellors are registered with different health funds so please contact our administrative team to enquire about health fund rebates.
  • Couples/relationship therapy is $260 per 50-minute session. Couples/relationship therapy sessions are not eligible for a Medicare rebate.
  • At times your therapist may need to administer questionnaires or assessments to help inform your treatment plan. These are purchased separately and will be added to your invoice. Your therapist will discuss this with you should it be necessary.

Cancellation & Non Attendance Policy

Cancellations made with less than 48 hours notice will be subject to incur a cancellation fee of 70% full fee. We have a number of clients who are on waiting lists or cancellation lists and we found that less than 48 hours notice was not sufficient to allow those clients the opportunity to take canceled sessions.

Non attendance without notice will be subject to incur the full session fee.

Administration will automatically email through a late cancellation unless the reason for cancellation is illness. Non attendance due to illness will still incur a fee.

Should you need to isolate due to COVID-related matters (e.g. testing, identified as a close contact, positive rapid antigen test) then your session will be moved to Telehealth (video/phone); unless you are too unwell to have a session. We understand that Telehealth may not be your preferred method of having sessions, however it is expected that with ongoing cases there will need to be variable ways to provide health services. As such, cancellations with less than 48 hours notice due to not wishing to have a Telehealth appointment will also incur this fee.

Please note, you are unable to claim a medicare/private health fund rebate on cancellation/non-attendance fees.

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