A little something about Depression

Depression is a common condition that can happen to anyone. The Blackdog institute reports that as many as 1 in every 16 Australians may be affected by depression each year. Depression is not feeling sad or down as part of your normal mood fluctuations and normal emotional response to the everyday challenges of life. ItContinue reading “A little something about Depression”

Bushfire Relief

Easier access to Medicare rebated sessions IF you have been affected by the bushfires, you are eligible to receive Medicare rebates for up to 10 psychological therapy sessions without needing a mental health treatment plan.  These can be face to face or via telehealth. You do not need a GP referral, diagnosed mental health conditionContinue reading “Bushfire Relief”

A better deal for you

From 9 October 2020 until 30 June 2022, 10 additional individual psychological therapy sessions, previously available only to people whose movement was restricted by a state or territory public health order, are now available each calendar year to all eligible patients under the existing Better Access to Psychiatrists, Psychologists and General Practitioners through the MBSContinue reading “A better deal for you”