Information and update on COVID-19
Before you book an appointment please read the attached link regarding COVID-19
Please contact (07) 5608 9833 book an appointment with our Practice Manager.
Full fee private appointments are available to be booked without a referral.
Your GP may provide you with a Mental Health Care Plan for up to six sessions. If you complete six sessions and require additional sessions, I will prepare a report on your progress to your GP, who will need to see you for confirmation of up to an additional four sessions.
There are new guidelines regarding a possible additional ten sessions due to COVID.
Please speak to your GP regarding your eligibility for these additional sessions. Your GP will decide if you are eligible to access additional sessions under a Mental Health Care Plan.
If you have a current Mental Health Care Plan, you will receive a rebate of $87.45 for up to a maximum of ten available sessions per year; with the possibility of an extended ten sessions, as per your GP's decision.
$215 per 50 minute session. You may be eligible for a rebate of $87.45 if you have an eligible Mental Health Care Plan.
NDIS fees are set at the NDIS fee schedule
To make an appointment, please call our Practice Manager on (07) 5608 9833; or email
Alternately, you can contact us here.
Monday : 9am to 4pm
Tuesday. : 9am to 4pm
Wednesday : 9am to 4pm
Thursday : 9am to 4pm
Friday : 9am to 4pm (every second Friday, the office is closed)
Saturday : negotiated
Sunday : closed
*other times available by request
Please contact Evolution Psychology Queensland as soon as possible if you are unable to make your appointment. If you do not cancel with at least 24 hours notice, a cancellation fee may apply.
Whatever you and I speak about during our sessions is completely confidential. I never provide your information to anyone else. I will write some notes during therapy and these notes will be attached to your client record, which I do not provide to anyone else, however you may request copies of these notes.
Limits to confidentiality
I adhere to the Australian Psychological Society Code of Ethics. If you tell me that you are thinking of hurting yourself or someone else, I have a duty of care to keep you and others safe. This might mean I have to break confidentiality to maintain my duty of care.
If courts subpoena my records, I must comply. If this ever happens, I will contact you to discuss what records they have requested, and will also provide you with a copy if required.
Your GP – if you have been referred by your GP, I am required to report back to your GP on your progress. After six sessions, if you require additional sessions, I will report back to your GP for approval for another four sessions.