Consultation Fee
MHCP Standard Session
Sessions with a Medicare rebate Under a Mental Health Care Plan (Referral needed from GP).
$190 (fee)
($88.25 Medicare rebate)
$101.75 (out of pocket)
Private fee session
(No referral needed)
$190 (fee)
Couples Counselling/Therapy $225 (fee)
Sessions under Chronic Disease Management Plan
(Referral needed from GP)
$190 (fee)
($55.10 Medicare rebate)
$134.9 (out of pocket)
NDIS funded sessions
  • Improved Daily Living Skills
  • Assistance with Daily Life
No out of pocket cost.
If eligible, charged as per NDIS schedule of fees.
Workcover funded sessions
We provide psychological services fully funded by Workcover to eligible clients. Any worker who suffers a work- related injury (physical or psychological) or disease requiring medical treatment or time off work is entitled to claim workers’ compensation, regardless of who was at fault. A Claim Number and a GP referral is required.
No out of pocket cost, if eligible.
Sessions under motor vehicle accidents claims
If your mental health is affected as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Insurance companies may provide funding for psychology sessions. You will need a GP referral and a Claim Number from the Insurer. Please contact the insurance company prior to your appointment to find out if you are eligible.
No out of pocket cost, if eligible.
Cancellation Fees Cancellations or rescheduling an appointment made more than 48 hours in advance will not incur any fee. Non-attendance or cancellation at short notice (less than 48 hours) will incur a cancellation fee equal to the consultation fee.

How to get Medicare rebates and other funding

  1. You must be referred under a Mental Health Treatment Plan by your GP, Psychiatrist or Paediatrician
  2. Send us your referral with your Mental Health Treatment Plan before your appointment
  3. After 6 appointments the referrer will be provided with a brief report from your psychologist. This report will outline the assessment and treatment provided, recommendations and if necessary a request for further psychology appointments.
  4. If further appointments are required, you will need to return to the referrer (GP or psychiatrist) for a review. The review will determine eligibility for up to an additional 4 appointments (totalling 10 appointments in a calendar year)
  5. You can then return to the psychologist for the specified number of appointments

Chronic Disease Management Initiative

  1. For people with a chronic or terminal medical condition referred by their GP
  2. Up to 5 allied health services (in a calendar year)
  3. On the completion of treatment, the psychologist will provide the GP with a report of the treatment provided and recommendations

Motor vehicle accidents claims

If your mental health is affected as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Insurance companies may provide funding for psychology sessions. You will need a GP referral and a Claim Number from the Insurer. Please contact the insurance company prior to your appointment to find out if you are eligible.

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

The NDIS provides support to eligible people with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive and psychosocial disability. 

To access NDIS services and become a participant you must:

  • Be an Australian citizen, or hold a permanent visa or a Protected Special Category visa,
  • Reside in Australia
  • Be aged less than 65 years old when initially entering NDIS
  • Have a permanent disability that significantly impacts your ability to participate in everyday activities

To check if you are eligible click here go to  www.ndis.gov.au/applying-access-ndis/am-i-eligible

If you meet the criteria and you would like to become an NDIS participant, call 1800 800 110 and ask to make an Access Request.

Workcover

We provide psychological services fully funded by Workcover to eligible clients.  Any worker who suffers a work- related injury (physical or psychological) or disease requiring medical treatment or time off work is entitled to claim workers’ compensation, regardless of who was at fault.

A Claim Number and referral by your GP is required.

You can then return to the psychologist for the specified number of appointments.

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