The Australian Psychological Society (APS) publishes a recommended schedule of fees as a guide for psychologists providing private psychology services. The Recommended Schedule of Fees has set the standard 46 to 60 minutes consultation fee at $260

Initial Consultation fee is $210

Subsequent Consultation fee is $150 ( ~60 minute consult )  

Medicare:     -- Medicare Provider No: 4635443J -- )
  • A Medicare rebate of $88.25 applies, if you have a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) / 'Better Access to Mental Health' referral from your GP, Psychiatrist or Paediatrician. This allows up to 20 (6 + 4 + 10) sessions per calendar year (to be reviewed by Medicare mid 2022)

  • A review from your GP is required after 6 sessions, this will then allow you to use the next 4 sessions, after which another GP review is required for a further 10 medicare rebated sessions.

  • After you have reached the maximum number of allowable sessions for the calendar year you will not be eligible for any further Medicare rebates for treatment you receive from a psychologist until the new calendar year.    

  • We can process your medicare rebate claim on your behalf (at your request). Medicare will then pay your rebate into the bank account you have nominated with Medicare, within 2 business days.

  • please note: Bulk Billing is Not Offered.

  • For more information on Medicare rebated Psychological services, please visit this site:                                 https://psychology.org.au/for-the-public/medicare-rebates-psychological-services

Other Providers and/or Rebates:

  • Rebates may apply with your Private Health Cover (but are not able to be used in conjunction with Medicare), please check with your Private Health Fund if you are covered and their specific rulings.
  • WorkCover referrals accepted 

  • Victim Assist referrals accepted

  • Connect to Wellbeing 'Psychological Therapies' and 'Suicide Prevention Services' provider, referrals accepted through your GP or Psychiatrist. Eligibility for the 'Psychological Therapies' program is defined as the patient having a Pension Card, Health Care Card or Low-Income Health Care Card.

  • The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) provider; referrals accepted for current and former serving members and their families
  • NDIS:                                                                                                                                                                                                                            We are not a registered provider with the NDIA and are therefore not regulated by its provider policies. 
  • To use your funding with us you must be Self-Managed or Plan Managed. 
  • The NDIA can approve the use of funds for clients accessing psychological services from us if your plan is approved through a “Self-Managed” or “Registered Plan Provider” process. 
  • Please note that it is NOT possible to use your NDIS funds for psychological services with us if you have an “Agency Managed” (NDIA)  plan. 
  • To use your NDIS funds to access our psychology services you must agree to our terms and conditions. 
  • We require payment for the psychological consultation on the day of the appointment. 
  • Payment of fees is the responsibility of the client – the client is to arrange their own reimbursement of funds with the NDIA or Registered Plan Provider after the psychological consultation is complete.