A session with Dr Julie Malone or Louise Adams, principal clinical psychologists, runs for 50-55 minutes and the standard fee is $210.
The first session with Emma, one of our clinical psychologists runs for seventy five minutes, and the charge is $210. After the first session, the fee for a standard 50-55 minute individual session is $200.
A 50-55 minute session with clinical psychologist Helen Robertson is $200.
The fee for a standard 50-55 minute individual session is $160 for Arianna Burke Flynn
Couple session fees are $250 for a sixty minute session. Please confirm with your private health insurance for couple therapy rebates. Medicare do not offer rebates for this service.
If you need to cancel or re-schedule an appointment, Treat Yourself Well Sydney asks that you do so more than 24 hours before an appointment. A 100% cancellation fee will apply if this criteria is not met.
Under Medicare you can receive a substantial rebate for psychological treatment, which makes seeing a psychologist much more affordable.
All Treat Yourself Well Sydney clinical psychologists have a Medicare Provider number, which means they are eligible to participate in the Medicare initiative. Under this initiative you can receive a substantial rebate for seeing a registered psychologist ($84.80 per session) or a clinical psychologist ($124.50 per session), which makes seeing a registered psychologist or a clinical psychologist much more affordable.
If you wish to claim a rebate through Medicare, you will need a referral letter and a Mental Health Care Plan from your GP. Make an appointment with your GP to discuss the issues you have been facing. Your GP will then raise a Mental Health Care plan with Medicare. Please make sure you bring to your first appointment the referral letter and Mental Health Care Plan so that you'll be able to claim the rebate. After the Mental Health Care Plan has been raised, you will be eligible for up to 10 psychology sessions per calendar year under the Care plan.
Please note, you are entitled to choose the psychologist or clinical psychologist you want to treat you. For more information about Medicare rebates and psychology services click on the link below: www.psychology.org.au/medicare/fact_sheet/
If you belong to a private health fund, you may be able to claim a rebate for psychological services. The exact amount of the rebate will depend upon your level of cover, and the rebate varies between health funds. It is best to check with your fund for an exact per session rebate figure.