Our fee structure reduces your out-of-pocket expenses. We are registered with a number of funding schemes that can reduce the cost of your therapy.
Contact us for further details.
This initiative offers Medicare rebates towards the cost of Psychology sessions. Rebates are available for 10 Psychology sessions per calendar year for people with mental health or psychological issues. Visit your GP, Paediatrician or Psychiatrist for a referral under this scheme.
See Medicare Rebates for Mental Health Services for more information.
Rebates are available for the assessment of children suspected of having these disorders. A Paediatrician or Psychiatrist can provide a referral under this scheme. NDIS is now superseding ‘Helping Children with Autism’ Treatment plans but currently Medicare still provides rebates for children and early teens diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or Pervasive Development Disorder
See Helping Children with Autism for further details.
Formerly called a Chronic Disease Management Plan, GPs can provide referrals for this Medicare scheme. It is for people with complex or chronic medical conditions, including people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Rebates are available for 5 Psychology sessions per calendar year.
See this APS fact sheet
Many private health insurers offer rebates towards the cost of Clinical Psychology sessions.
Ask your Insurer if you are eligible.
The TAC may fund Psychology sessions for people who have had a road accident. Help for their families can also be available. These sessions are to help people suffering from Anxiety and Stress Disorders, Major Depression, Trauma etc after an accident.
See the TAC website for how to apply
VOCAT assists people who have been victims of violent crime. Funding may be available for psychological therapy for people who have mental health needs following a crime, such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, Major Depression or Anxiety Disorders.
See VOCAT website
Many veterans experience difficulties such as Major Depressive Disorders, Trauma Mental Health, and Adjustment Disorders when returning to civilian life. Military veteran’s may be eligible for funding for mental health treatments through DVA, even if the mental health issues are not due to service.
View this brochure for further information
Dr Belinda Minett and Dr Kirsty Hildebrandt are very experienced in providing assistance to individuals with disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder. We also have a wealth of experience with their carers. We provide Clinical Psychology Therapy services to NDIS registered clients who are on a “self-managing” or “plan management” scheme. Any family or client one of these NDIS schemes are free to engage us. You will be issued an invoice to get reimbursed by NDIS.