Fees & Rebates

At Centre for Integrative Health, we believe in providing quality, specialised services to clients for reasonable fees. The current Australian Psychological Society  (APS) recommended fee is $251.00 per hour. Our fee structure is as follows:

Clinical Psychologist
  • $225.00 per initial appointment
    Medicare Rebate $124.50
    Out of Pocket $100.50
  • $199.00 per subsequent appointment*
    Medicare Rebate $124.50
    Out of Pocket $74.50

 

Psychologist
  • $185.00 per initial appointment
    Medicare Rebate $84.80
    Out of Pocket $97.20
  • $165.00 per subsequent appointment*
    Medicare Rebate $84.80
    Out of Pocket $80.20
Accredited Practising Dietitian
  • $150.00 per initial appointment
    Medicare Rebate $52.50
    Out of Pocket $97.50
  • $140 per subsequent appointment*
    Medicare Rebate $52.50
    Out of Pocket $87.50

 

Exercise Physiologist
  • $150.00 per initial appointment
    Medicare Rebate $52.50
    Out of Pocket $97.50
  • $140 per subsequent appointment*
    Medicare Rebate $52.50
    Out of Pocket $87.50

*Typical appointments run for 50 minutes

Cancellation Policy
Rebates
Cancellation Policy

When appointments are booked, our practitioners reserves the whole hour especially for you, therefore the following cancellation policy is in place.  


We require 48 hours notice to reschedule or cancel a session without occurring any extra fees. This policy is in place to allow us to offer the allocated time to another client who may be on a cancellation or waiting list for an appointment. A $50 fee will be charged for non-attendance with less than 48 hours notice. The full fee will be charged in instances in which less that 24 hours cancellation notice is provided.  


We understand that sometimes you may be unable to keep an appointment because of sudden illness or an unexpected personal emergency. If this happens to you, please contact us as soon as possible so we can ensure a cancellation fee is not unfairly applied.  


A late cancelled appointment is a loss to three people

• The client who is delaying their therapy progress

• Another client who has been sitting on the waiting list to see the practitioner urgently

• The practitioner who spent the morning preparing for the session

Rebates

WorkCover

If you have been injured at work or in the course of carrying out your work, you may require the services of a Psychologist as part of your recovery. In Queensland, WorkCover may refer you to a Psychologist once your claim has been approved. Successful claims will result in the cost of your sessions being covered by WorkCover. These sessions are time-limited and the number of sessions is determined by WorkCover after assessing your claim. 

 

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Some employers may refer you to a Psychologist and assist with the associated costs. Centre for Integrative Health is registered with a number of EAP providers. For more information or to enquire whether or not we are registered with your EAP provider, please contact us.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA)

Centre for Integrative Health is pleased to be a provider of psychological and dietetic services to our veterans through the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). This means that if you hold a DVA WHITE or GOLD card you are entitled to sessions with our psychologists and/or dietitians with no financial cost to yourself.  To access this service, you will require a DVA referral form from your GP or other medical professional.  Some limitations apply to eligibility for White card holders.

 

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

NDIS supports Australian’s who have a permanent disability and are under the age of 65 to access services (i.e., psychology and dietetics) to maximise their daily living potential. Centre for Integrative Health is pleased to be a provider of NDIS services. To access NDIS services and become a participant you must:

• Be an Australian citizen, or hold a permanent visa or a Protected Special Category visa,

• Reside in Australia

• Be aged less than 65 years old when initially entering NDIS

• Have a permanent disability that significantly impacts your ability to partake in everyday activities