Fleming Psychology strongly supports equitable access to mental health treatment, and aims to balance the needs of the community with the extensive training, specialist knowledge and expertise of our therapists.
Jennifer Fleming’s standard fee* is $220 ($165 for concession card holders) per 50 minute consult.
Clinton Knott’s standard fee* is $180 ($135 for concession card holders) per 50 minute consult.
Disha Raithatha’s standard fee is $75 (no rebates are available) per 50 minute consult. Couples therapy costs $100 per 50 minute consult.
Lower income earners without a pension card may be eligible for a discounted standard fee. Please enquire for further information.
Patients referred by their GP under a Mental Health Treatment Plan may be able to access Medicare rebates for up to 20 sessions per calendar year (see resources section for further information on the Mental Health Care Plan). GP’s will typically refer you for an initial 6 sessions, followed by a further 4 sessions as needed, followed by a further 10 sessions if COVID-19 has negatively impacted your mental health.
Psychologist rebates are approx $86 per session; Clinical Psychologist rebates are approx $128 per session. Provisional Psychologists are not eligible under Medicare or private health for rebated services.
Patients referred for eating disorder management may be eligible for Medicare rebates for up to 40 sessions per calendar year.
Rebates may vary across the discipline of the treating provider. Private Health Insurance rebates may also be available to you with each fund and level of cover offering different rebates.
Formal assessments and report costs incur additional costs. If you require formal assessment or report, please discuss this with the admin team or at your appointment with the psychologist.
NDIS and the Insurance Commission of WA (covering Workers Compensation / Motor Vehicle Accident claims) have their own prescribed fees set by the respective agencies.
The number of sessions of sessions you will need depends on the reason you are attending, however after your first consultation your therapist will discuss with you approximate treatment length for your concerns and your goals.
*Fees are subject to periodical increases and are current as at 1st January 2021.