Psychology and Counselling Services   

  • Individual personal counselling and coaching.

  • Developing calm: Improving stress management.

  • Managing anxiety and panic.

  • Improving sleep.

  • Recovery from depression.

  • Understanding and managing anger and frustration.

  • Developing improved self worth and acceptance.

  • Adjustment to change and transition.

  • Exploring and resolving midlife challenges.

  • Developing improved life satisfaction.

  • Work Life Balance.

  • Motivation and Goal setting.

  • Health and Wellbeing coaching.

Treatment approach

 I use a range of empirically supported treatment approaches including:

  • Acceptance and commitment therapy. (ACT)

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy.(CBT)

  • Emotionally focused  therapy. (EFT)

  • Mindful self compassionate therapy.

  • Positive psychology.

  • Mindfulness approaches.

  • Experiential and action methods.


Standard Fee: $170 -

Reduced Fee for Students, Health Care, Non Waged: $145 -

  • Fees exempt from GST.

  • Please note that unfortunately I am unable to bulk bill.

  • Private health fund extras rebates available.

  • Medicare safety net may be of assistance in paying for your ongoing treatment.

  • Cash, credit cards, eftpos and electronic medicare rebates.

  • I am willing to negotiate the fee in challenging financial circumstances.

Cancellation and Non attendance Policy

50% of the full fee is payable for less than 24 hours notice of non-attendance.

This is not claimable through Medicare. This will be waived if the session time is filled by another client or in exceptional circumstances.

Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP)  

If you have a MHTP you will receive a medicare rebate of $86.15 for each session.

 You are able to claim up to 10 individual sessions per calendar year when referred under a MHTP Plan by a medical practitioner.

 Additional information under Medicare link in page menu


It is recommended that you attend an initial appointment where we can decide whether we are a good fit to work together. Research supports that a good relationship with the therapist is the key criteria in effective therapy outcomes.