Fees & Rebates

Consultation Fees

Please call to enquire regarding any individual requirements concerning fees.

The scale below is guided by the Australian Association of Psychologists (AAPi) schedule of recommended fees, however these charges are lower.

You do not need a GP referral to book an appointment.

Standard consultation $170 (50 minutes)
Couples consultation $190 (50 minutes)
Concessional appointments (pensioners, students and Healthcare card holders) $120 (Available between 10am and 3pm)

In the case of a cancellation, $60 will be charged for any appointment cancelled without 48 hours notice.

 

Intensive Couples Therapy

Midweek or weekend rates available. Midweek $3,610 and weekend $3,743 includes: Assessments and analysis, Individual pre-workshop sessions for each partner, therapy sessions over 2 full days and one follow-up joint 50 minute session. Enquire for availability.

Rebates

Medicare rebates are available for individuals who have obtained a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) from their GP.

Such a plan entitles you to 6-10 sessions in a calendar year with a rebate of $87.45 per session. 

For clients seeking perinatal support, a referral from a GP is required to access a Medicare rebate of $63.20 per session for 3 x 30 minute sessions.

You may be eligible for rebates from your private health insurance depending on your personal plan. Please check directly with your private health fund in this case.

 

Telehealth/VideoConferencing for the COVID-19 virus management:

As of 13 March 2020 new MBS items can now be claimed. These video-conference items allow people to access Medicare rebated health services in their homes and reduce their risk of exposure to COVID-19 within the community.

Please contact us if you would like to book a Telehealth session.

For more information or to book an appointment phone 0487 480120 or book online.

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Kristina Challands Psychologist

Get in Touch

Call 0487 480 120

Book An Appointment Online

Kristina Challands Psychologist

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