Stress can be caused by a number of life factors, and often the result of complex trauma. We can help you unpack, and get back on track.
Anxiety is a common issue arising from everyday, life circumstances. We can help you gain a deeper understanding and avoid problems like panic attacks and difficulties in social environments.
Depression is a complex issue, and too often overlooked. If you have trouble motivating yourself, have low self-esteem, or are dealing with with grief or other issues, you can talk to us about regaining clarity.
Although panic can be acute and somewhat alarming, it's onset often happens without us even realising it. Let us help you diagnose these causes, and prevent panic attacks and other symptoms.
How long is a session?
Appointments are typically 50 minutes in length. During your initial appointment your psychologist will gain a detailed understanding of you and your presenting concerns. This information will be used to create a plan for subsequent sessions which are individual and tailored to your needs.
Fees are payable at time of consultation
You do not require a referral to see a psychologist at PsychSpace privately. However a referral is required if you wish to claim rebates for psychological services from Medicare, Workcover and The Department of Veteran Affairs
Rebates for Psychological Services
A rebate may be claimed from Medicare for up to 10 individual sessions per calendar year if you have a Mental Health Care plan. These plans can be obtained through your GP if you meet the specified criteria. Please bring a copy of your plan with you to your initial appointment.
Private Health Funds
A rebate for a proportion of your fee may also be available through some Health Care Funds. Eligibility for psychological services will be dependent upon the type of cover you hold. Please contact your fund before making an appointment to find out if you are eligible.
Department of Veterans Affairs
A referral is required for DVA clients for PsychSpace to deliver mental health care treatment to an entitled person. A referral can be from the following: