60 minutes session
Clinical Director / Psychologist $215
Clinical Psychologist $260
60 minutes session
$92.90 per session for a Psychologist
$136.35 per session for a Clinical Psychologist
(Gap payment Katherina Doherty $122.10)
(Gap payment James McIntyre $102.10)
(Gap payment Letty Tumbaga $123.65)
Initial Session 90 minutes (must be booked by contacting the practice)
Subsequent Sessions 60 mins (may be booked online)
$310 initial session
$260 follow-up sessions
Note: Medicare do not provide rebates for couples counselling.
Fees are payable at the end of each session. Payment is by Debit Card via EFTPOS.
HICAPS terminals are available to process your Medicare or private health fund claims at the end of your session.
Private Health Cover
If you have private health insurance, you may be able to access rebates depending on your policy and type of cover. You will have to check your policy or contact your health fund. You cannot use Medicare and private health rebates together.
Cancelations / Non-Arrival
50% of the practitioner fee will be charged if appointment is cancelled or rescheduled less than one business day before appointment time or if you don’t turn up for the appointment.
What’s the difference between a psychologist with general registration and a clinical psychologist?
Psychologists with general registration (over 60% of Australia’s psychologists) have a minimum of six years of university training and supervised experience and build on that with ongoing education. Psychologist with an area of practice endorsement, such as a Clinical Psychologist, usually has additional university qualifications and supervised training in that specific area. In practice, the type of psychologist who is right for you depends on a range of factors including the area you may need help with, the specific skills and experience of your psychologist and feeling comfortable with your therapist. Whichever type of psychologist, you should expect the same quality of care, ethical behaviour and standards of practice.