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Flower Blossoms

Fees & Rebates

Fees


The Australian Psychological Society (APS) recommends standard consultation fees for psychologists. The current recommended fee is $267.00 for a 45-60-minute consultation. Our fees are below this guideline. Please contact us to obtain a copy of our fee schedule.

​Please note that letters and other requested paperwork completed outside appointments may attract an additional fee based on the time spent completing these. Phone consultations occurring outside appointments may also incur an additional fee. Your clinician will inform you about any additional fees. If you have any questions or queries, please get in touch with our admin team. 
 

Rebates

Medicare

With a valid doctor's referral, obtained from a GP, psychiatrist, or paediatrician, you are entitled to claim a medicare rebate of $88.25 - $129.55 (or up to 80% of the scheduled fee if you have reached the "medicare safety net threshold") for 10 sessions per calendar year.  Please note that you are responsible for providing us with current and valid referrals. If you are unclear if your referral is current, please speak with our admin team. Due to high volume of clients, we are unable to track referral expiry dates. In some instances, Medicare may reject the automated rebate request- you will need to follow up with Medicare directly as we are unable to query on your behalf.
 
Private Health

If you are with a private health fund, you may be able to claim rebates for your appointments depending on your policy. Please contact your provider for more information. NB: you cannot claim from Medicare and private health concurrently.
 
NDIS Funding

We support self-managed and plan-managed funds only (not NDIS managed funds). 

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel or change an appointment, we ask that you provide at least 48 hours' notice. Failure to provide adequate notice (or non-attendance) will result in a cancellation fee of $100, which is payable before your next appointment. Please note that this fee does not attract any Medicare entitlements. In the case of genuine illness or misadventure, please contact us to discuss.


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