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Sarah offers individual therapy to older adolescents (16+) and adults, both in-person and via telehealth, for a range of psychological issues, including:


ADHD management and parent-coaching 




Christian counselling 

Cross-cultural and humanitarian workers


Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 



Relationship difficulties 

Self-esteem difficulties

Trauma (including childhood and PTSD)

Please note that Sarah does not offer:

  • Crisis and acute services 

  • Child therapy

  • Cognitive assessments

  • Couples therapy 

  • Family therapy

  • Medico-legal reports 


Sarah is registered with Medicare and provides services to clients under the Better Outcomes for Mental Health Scheme. Eligible clients with a GP Mental Health Care Plan can access 10 rebated sessions within a calendar year. Sarah also receives clients who are self-referred. Clients with private health insurance may also be eligible to receive a rebate, depending on their plan.


Sarah does not currently see clients with third-party referrals (such as NDIS or EAP). 

How do I get a Mental Health Care Plan?

A MHCP is given by a GP and needs to be created before you attend a first session with a psychologist. It is a good idea to book a long appointment with your GP and request a MHCP be completed, following a discussion of the mental-health difficulties you are experiencing. Your GP will need to diagnose you with a mental health condition in order for you to eligible for a MHCP. They will ask you questions about how your situation and may also request you complete a short self-report survey, such as the K10 or DASS21. You will need to bring your MHCP (including the referral letter) to your appointment with Sarah. 


Sarah will also review your symptoms and eligibility for clinical diagnosis (as is required by Medicare), after which your plan will be activated. 

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