Our league at Nala Hub consists of Clinical Psychologists and a Clinical Psychology Registrar. We offer individual therapy sessions, family sessions and couples therapy for children, youth, and adults of all ages.
To book an appointment, please click the button below or call +61 02 9042 0222 .
We accept the following referral types:
Medicare’s ‘Better Access’ program allows you to visit a General Practitioner, Psychiatrist or Paediatrician to get a MHCP that grant you rebates for up to 10 sessions per calendar year. Please see your GP to discuss eligibility. You may need to visit your medical professional again for review of your MHCP Treatment Plan.
Access+ Provides clients with assistance for short-term intervention for mental health support. Please find if you are eligible for this service by visiting this page
If you do not wish to visit your GP to get a referral or are not eligible under Medicare you can simply make an appointment to see one of our psychologists.
We offer rebatable psychological services and are registered with most private health funds. Each health fund offers many different levels of cover and you will need to check with your health fund to see if your cover includes psychology services. We process these rebates using our HICAPS system.
DVA grants sessions for veterans and the ex-veteran community. If DVA has issued you a gold or white card, please check with DVA to find out if you are eligible for psychology services.
People who have a chronic medical condition that has been present for 6 or more months and have exhausted their MHCP sessions can access 5 sessions covered by the Medicare rebate. Please see your GP to discuss eligibility.
Early Intervention Funding for children under the age of six with an eligible diagnosis can access early intervention funding of up to $12, 000. Children under the age of fifteen can access HCWA and Better Start services which include up to twenty treatment sessions of psychological therapy, providing they have a treatment and management plan in place by thirteen.
If you have been injured in relation to your work, on your journey to or from work, you may be eligible to receive Workers Compensation benefits under either the NSW Workcover scheme, or the Commonwealth Government’s ComCare scheme. As a part of these schemes, you may be entitled to see a psychologist.
Approval can be given from your insurer who will grant you the relevant number of sessions to help with rehabilitation from the injury sustained. Sessions can commence once this approval has been established. Alternatively you can pay for appointments and claim the fee back from your insurer.
Your employer can make a referral to use and cover to cost of services on behalf of their employees. Any communication with the employer including invoicing can be managed to ensure client confidentiality is maintained.
Please contact us if you would like to enquire about fees.
If you have a relevant referral from your GP, Paediatrician or Psychiatrist, a Medicare rebate will apply for therapeutic sessions. You may receive a greater rebate if you have reached the Medicare safety net. Reduced fees may apply for concession, pension and health care cardholders.
To find out more please contact our team on +61 02 9042 0222 or fill in the enquiry from below.
We ask that clients provide 24 hours notice when cancelling appointments and in the event they don’t, a 100% cancellation fee will be incurred.
Please bring a copy of any referral from your medical practitioner if you wish to claim relevant Medicare rebates.
In addition, please bring any prior assessment, medical reports, letters or documents that may assist in gaining an understanding of your child and their history.
If you are unable to attend, please cancel at your earliest opportunity via phone, text or email so that the appointment can be made available to others. We ask that clients provide 24 hours notice during business hours (Monday to Friday) when cancelling appointments and in the event they don’t, a 100% cancellation fee will be incurred. This policy is explained during intake and at the initial appointment with your psychologist.