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Fees & Rebates

Our fee is $200 for a session (usually 50 - 60 mins). Rebates are available through Medicare and Private Health Insurance where applicable. If you are eligible for a Medicare Rebate, it will substantially reduce your out-of-pocket expense per session. For your convenience, our practice takes payment via credit/debit card as well as EFT (i.e. bank account transfer). Your Medicare Rebate will be processed through Medicare’s online system and credited directly into your nominated bank account, so that you will not need to go to a Medicare Office. It usually takes one business day for your Medicare rebate to appear in your bank account.

Medicare Rebates


Medicare offers rebates for Australian permanent residents and citizens who consult with their Psychologist. You do need however, to first visit your General Practitioner (GP) and explain your mental health concerns and obtain a referral. Your GP will give you a “Mental Health Care Plan”, along with a referral letter, which entitles you to Medicare rebates. Note that without a referral letter, you will not be able to receive your Medicare rebate. 

All you need to do is send across a GP referral letter before your first consultation with us and we will organise the rest. From 2023, you are entitled up to 10 Medicare-rebatable sessions in a calendar year (i.e. from January to December). 


Private Health Rebates

A substantial proportion of your consultation fee may be reclaimed through private health fund, if you have Extras cover for Psychology. If you would like to know the amount of rebate you are entitled to, you will need to contact your respective health fund. Kindly note that if you will not be able to make a claim through your private health fund if you have already obtained a Medicare rebate for a particular appointment.


Note: We do not offer bulk-billing at this practice. If you are in tight financial circumstances and cannot afford the full fee, we can discuss a reduced fee. This is however, on a case-by-case basis and we will need to ascertain your situation before deciding if this is applicable.

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