Fees and Rebates
You do not need a referral for private sessions. Please speak with Kirsten to discuss fees.
The current Australian Psychological Society APS schedule of fees for consultations and other services, such as reports, can be found here.
You may be eligible to claim through your private health insurance. You will need to contact your health insurance provider to check whether you are eligible.
To be eligible for Medicare rebates, clients must be referred by their GP or Psychiatrist under a Mental Health Care Plan. Medicare rebate: $86.15 (out of pocket expense: $153.58).
Please note that Medicare does not currently provide rebates for couples therapy, cognitive assessments, parenting sessions when the child is not present, and other specific situations. Please discuss this with Kirsten to clarify whether rebates are likely to be available in your particular circumstances.
You may be eligible for psychological treatment if you have suffered a physical or psychological injury at work. Please speak with your WorkCover representative within your workplace, your GP or WorkCover to lodge a claim. I will bill WorkCover directly for your sessions.
Current rates are set by the APS available on request. This is dependent upon the type and length of report required and only in context of therapeutic treatment with an established relationship between Psychologist and Client and determined by the Psychologist to be relevant.
Please note: Kirsten is unable to offer single sessions for the purposes of obtaining letters for employers, universities or third parties.
Please Note Our Cancellation Policy
If, for some reason you need to cancel or postpone the appointment, please give at least 24 hours notice to avoid incurring a cancellation fee, as this time has been specially set aside for you and be given to somebody else on the wait list.
Cancellations fees $50 for full fee clients and $30 for concession card holders, payable prior to your next appointment.