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Our experienced psychologists are caring, compassionate and trained in evidence-based therapies.

Each one has their own area of focus, and we’ll carefully match you with someone suited to your needs.

Call: 1300 171 715 
Online form: Contact Us 

You have the option to attend your appointments in person or, if you prefer, via video conferencing.

About Us

Supporting your mental health in ways that work for you. 

Our team provides personalised care for adults, teenagers, children, couples and families across a wide range of mental health conditions and symptoms.

Our experienced psychologists are compassionate, personable and will listen to your concerns and give you tools and strategies to help you live life with confidence and peace. They may incorporate preventative care and education into your treatment plan along with a suite of resources and support, to assist you to optimally manage your mental health symptoms.

We offer support during life’s challenges, such as anxiety and depression, relationship problems, eating disorders, grief, or coping with significant change.  We understand that mental health, and mental health challenges, look different for everyone. That’s why our psychologists are experienced in a wide range of evidence-based therapies and can work with you to develop a care plan that best suits your needs and goals for managing your mental health long term.

Personal information collected will be managed in accordance with the Ramsay Privacy Policy.

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel or change your appointment time, please contact us prior to your scheduled session. A cancellation fee may apply if sufficient notice is not provided in accordance with the Cancellation Policy. If you have any questions or concerns, just give us a call on 1300 171 715. 

Mental Health Care Plan

A Medicare rebate is available to individuals who have been referred to Ramsay Psychology with a Mental Health Care Plan from their General Practitioner or Specialist under the Better Access to Mental Health Initiative.

Initially you will be eligible for a Medicare rebate for 6 psychology sessions, after which, you will need a follow-up appointment with your referring doctor for review.  If deemed appropriate by your referring doctor, a further 4 sessions may be accessible under your Mental Health Care Plan. A further 10 sessions are also available for individuals experiencing severe or enduring mental health impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures needed to contain it.

Under a Mental Health Care Plan, you will be able to claim a Medicare rebate for a partial amount of each of the 10 sessions in a calendar year, with a gap fee also payable by you as an out of pocket cost.  Please contact Ramsay Psychology to find out the applicable Medicare rebate and out of pocket cost.

If you do not already hold a Mental Health Care Plan, and wish to access these Medicare sessions, you will need to make an appointment with your GP or Psychiatrist and request an assessment of your mental health and psychological needs. Your doctor will determine your eligibility by undertaking appropriate questions and assessments and, if appropriate, provide you with a Plan and referral.

Self Funded and Private Health Insurance

If you do not hold a Mental Health Care Plan, or if your 10 sessions have been completed under your Plan for the year, you will need to pay for sessions as a self-funded patient. This means that you will need to pay for the full amount of the session at the end of each appointment.  Please contact our friendly team to discuss your treatment plan and applicable fee 1300 171 715. 

If you hold private health insurance extras/ancillary insurance, you may be eligible for a partial refund of the session amount depending on your level of private health fund cover. Please contact your health fund to inquire about your eligibility.

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