Referral Information for Psychological Treatment

Our Fee Structure
Cancellations
Appointment Availability
What to Bring

Our Fee Structure

psych180 accepts referrals from self-referring individuals was well as from health professionals such as GPs, Psychiatrists, and Maternal and Child Health Nurses.

Medicare rebates are available for clients referred for treatment by their GP or Psychiatrist. There are different tiers of rebates for Psychologists under Medicare, dependent on treatment received (individual, group or pregnancy support counselling). Clients may be eligible for a maximum of 10 sessions of psychological treatment per calendar year.

Private health insurance rebates also apply. Please check with your health insurer for details.

Fees are paid in full at the end of each session. The Medicare rebate can be paid straight into bank accounts if individuals are registered for Medicare Easyclaim.

Please contact us directly to discuss fees for treatment further.

Cancellations

While we understand that there are unforeseen circumstances that may prevent you from attending a scheduled appointment, we ask that you provide us with as much notice as possible if you intend to miss an appointment.

Cancellations made with less than 48 hours notice attract a cancellation fee of 50% of the normal appointment fee. This fee will be charged to your credit card on the day of the scheduled appointment. Note that this fee does not attract a Medicare rebate.

We reserve the right to decline booking further appointments in the event that a person has cancelled, or not attended, a number of planned appointments.

“Don’t be afraid to take a big step if one is indicated. You can’t cross a chasm in two small jumps” – David Lloyd George

Appointment Availability

Evening and Saturday appointments are available. To enquire about our psychological services please contact reception (refer to the contacts page).

What to Bring

Mental Health Care Plan (if referred by GP or Psychiatrist)
If you intend to claim your rebate following the session you will need to bring your Medicare card and debit card.
Private health insurance card, where appropriate.