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Booking an appointment:


I am fully booked for the remainder of 2019, and am currently taking new client bookings for January 2020.

I offer 50-minute appointments on Mondays and Tuesdays in Crows Nest. To book an appointment, contact me on 0412 829 841 or

Medicare rebates:

Medicare rebates are available for clients with a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) from their GP prior to their appointment. The Medicare rebate to see a Clinical Psychologist is $126.50. Medicare rebates can be offered for in-person sessions, and some telehealth sessions.

Medicare and telehealth:


Up to 10 Medicare session rebates can be claimed by GP-referred clients living in rural NSW (regions classified as MMM4-7 - go to this link to determine your region's MMM rating). To participate in telehealth, you are required to have access to a computer, webcam, microphone, speaker, and confidential space for sessions to take place.

Private health fund rebates:

Some private health funds also offer rebates for Clinical Psychology, however, the rebate amount depends on the individual fund and specific criteria set out by them. Please contact your health fund for more information.

Payment of sessions:

Payment will be taken for in-person sessions at the time of the appointment. HICAPS facilities are available, so Medicare claims can be processed automatically. Payment for telehealth sessions is taken prior to the appointment via bank transfer - Medicare rebates for telehealth must be claimed by the client either online or at a Medicare office.


- Full fee (in-person): $200 per session ($73.50 out of pocket, with a MHCP)

- Full fee (telehealth): $175 per session ($48.50 out of pocket, with a MHCP for clients living in certain regions of rural NSW)

- Concession rate (in-person and telehealth): $150 per session ($23.50 out of pocket, with a MHCP and concession card)