Counselling and Psychotherapy
Mental Health Work
Couples and Family Relationships
Reports (court, rehabilitation etc.)
Body Transformation Body Work
Perinatal Pregnancy Counselling
Evidence Based Focussed Psychological Strategies can be rebated by Medicare if referred by a GP.
Family Dispute Resolution is available.
Mindfulness and breath work are available.
Body Transformation Body Work is great for deep release of chronic tensions.
Clients’ information is confidential, and clients are informed of any limits to confidentiality. In some cases permission will be sought to share information with their General Practitioner and other services, especially when a mental health care plan is in place. We take seriously our duty of care to individuals, families and the community. This practice is guided by the Australian Association of Social Workers’ (AASW) Code of Ethics and the Australian Psychological Association’s (APS) Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct.
The Australian Psychological Society recommends a Fee of $251 per 45-60 minutes...(adjusted annually) until 30 June 2019.... However, APS psychologists may adjust fees according to the client’s financial circumstances (APS.)
However, we negotiate a rate that makes it accessible for the client dependant on what they can afford.
Health Care Card holders pay may be eligible for bulk billing. Discuss with the counsellor in the initial session.
Our scale of fees for counselling start at bulk billing in exceptional cases (no charge to the client with Mental Health Care Plan from a GP) then a scale of fees that ranges between $120 and $251 in increments of $20 for those who can afford it.
Fees will be adjusted annually in line with APS recommendations and it is Goodluck Consultancies’ policy to settle on a fee with clients at the commencement of service provision and when circumstances change.
Note: If clients are having difficulty paying outstanding fees, a fee repayment schedule can be negotiated.
We have EFTPOS and HICAPS facilities for easy on-site payments and rebates including Major Health Fund Cards, Medicare Cards, Visa and Mastercard Credit Cards and Bank ATM cards for savings and cheque accounts.
Document updated 22/01/2019