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No referral is required for psychological services; however, a referral will be required if you wish to access Medicare rebates. 

Medicare rebates on psychological services are available for a range of individuals, including: 

  • individuals with a mental health diagnosis

  • children with a disability

  • women who have concerns about a current or recent pregnancy (within 12 months)

  • individuals with a chronic medical condition with complex needs

  • individuals who identify of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent who require follow-up allied health services. 

To obtain a Medicare rebate for psychological services a referral is required from a general practitioner (GP) or in some cases a psychiatrist or paediatrician. To receive a referral your GP will need to complete a Mental Health Treatment Plan prior to your first session and provide a written letter addressed to the psychologist of your choice. This may take longer than a standard GP appointment, and you may need to book a longer appointment with your GP. 

Private health funds may also provide a rebate for psychological services. 







Note: The current recommended schedule fee by the Australian Psychological Society for a registered psychologist is

$267 for a 46-60 minute session. 

After Hours includes Saturdays


Payments for psychological services are paid on the day of your appointment via eftpos transactions. Rebates for Medicare and/or private health funds can be processed at the time of payment. 

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