- East Melbourne
- Telehealth video conferencing
50 minute consultation: $260.00
Click below to see information on:
- Medicare rebates
- Assessments and reports
- Non attended session fees
If you have a Mental Health Care Plan referral to see me from your GP, Medicare will subsidise up to 10 sessions per calendar year with an amount starting from $136.35.
You will receive the lower rebate until you reach your Medicare Safety Net. For more information on the Safety Net click here.
Diagnostic Assessments and Report:
Fees vary, if you require an assessment of this nature, I ask you to first make an initial 50 minute appointment to see me and we will discuss your requirements in this consultation.
Non Attended Session Fees:
I require 2 full working days (Monday-Friday only) notice should you need to cancel or re-schedule your appointment. You must do this by telephone.
– If you give us 2 or more business days’ notice: no fee
– Less than 2 business days: full consultation fee
Out of courtesy to our professional relationship, I request that you provide at least 7 days notice to cancel an appointment as I have limited appointments available.
- Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
I enjoy working with adults who experience a broad range of psychological concerns ranging from day to day stressors, to more troubling emotional difficulties.
Help is sought for different reasons and at different points in ones’ life.
Some seek relief from their symptoms, want practical skills to help make changes, and/or desire to know themselves better. Sometimes existing ways of being are no longer working, and more meaning, peace and balance are sought.
People come to see me for a wide range of concerns including: stress/anxiety, depression, self-esteem and confidence issues, health concerns, loss/grief, self-defeating patterns, relationship difficulties and adjustment to life changes, relational aspects, somatic symptom disorders, existential concerns, spiritual/religious concerns, life choices/loss of direction,
Sometimes there can simply be a vague sense that something is not right.
Psychotherapy is adapted to suit needs, strengths and resources, and can be brief or longer-term.
The therapeutic relationship is key, and my therapeutic style has been described as honest, direct and compassionate.
I value an optimistic outlook, have a strong belief in the capacity for personal growth and change, and hold a healthy respect for the guidance of inner wisdom, and the resilience of the human spirit.
The therapy process requires openness, emotional investment and respect from both client and therapist.
My commitment is to engage my skill, knowledge and experience, in helping movement towards positive change. All occurs within a safe therapy relationship and confidential space.
Therapy is about finding your own understanding and answers, whilst being guided to discover what works best for you. Importantly, it draws on your resources.