Referrals can be made by the individual, their carer, General Practitioner (GP), Psychiatrist, other healthcare professionals, NDIS Support Coordinators, or Case Managers.
At Positive Wellbeing Psychology, we welcome referrals under Private Health, the Better Access to Mental Health Care initiative, ATAPS, and other Third-Party agencies. By referring to Positive Wellbeing Psychology practice, you are connecting individuals with a skilled psychologist from anywhere in Australia.
We are a warm and caring private practice that is committed to reducing life’s barriers to accessing support via providing online psychology. We deliver high-quality online psychology to adolescents and adults to improve their mood, self-esteem, relationships, performance goals and overall life satisfaction. Our skilled psychologists adopt only evidence-based therapies and techniques shown in research to improve mental health and wellbeing.
The Australian Government has several options when it comes down to Medicare subsidised psychological therapy sessions. Below you can review a few of these options:
What about the Additional 10 MBS Mental Health Sessions?
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 MBS (Better Access) initiative.
To access the factsheet, please click here.
At Positive Wellbeing Psychology, our private practice adopts a number of measures to provide the best practice and client outcomes. We endeavour to:
To enquire about an appointment with Positive Wellbeing Psychology, please complete our Online Contact Form here. We will be in touch with you shortly via your preferred mode of communication. Please note that appointments are not booked until we respond to your enquiry and confirmed your preferred appointment date.
If you need immediate help or your life is in danger, please call ‘triple zero’ (000). If you are thinking of harming yourself, it is important to reach out for immediate support. If someone you know is at immediate risk of harm, please also call ‘triple zero’ (000) as a matter of urgency.
For more information on immediate supports, please click here.