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Referrals and Fees

Elizabeth Parr
Pebble Beach



Private health funds


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Elizabeth provides short-term and long-term therapy, depending on each individual’s needs. She is experienced in working with a range of psychological difficulties, including:

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Attachment trauma

  • Communication Skills

  • Depression and Low Mood

  • Difficult Life Transitions, whether emerging adulthood, parenthood, or adjustments to later life

  • Emotional Dysregulation

  • Excessive Worry and Rumination

  • Insomnia and Sleep Issues

  • Menopause related symptoms

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Panic Attacks

  • Parenting Support

  • Personality Vulnerabilities

  • Phobias and Fears

  • Relationship Issues

  • Self-Esteem Issues

  • Stress and Burnout

  • Workplace Issues / Bullying


Individual consultation (50mins): $245.35

Medicare Rebate*:  $137.05

Out of Pocket:  $108.30

  • No after hours extra fee

  • No extra charge for credit card payments


* Medicare rebates are paid for those with a Mental Health Treatment Plan,

provided by your GP. 

 Rebate = $137.05 per session

(Item 80010 & Item 91167)

for 6-10 sessions per calendar year.


To find out more talk to your GP.

Private health funds

Private health insurance policies can rebate a portion of fees with extras cover  (specific rebates and annual limits vary). Contact your provider to find out if you are eligible for a rebate when seeing a clinical psychologist.



If you need to cancel or postpone your appointment, please provide at least 48 hours notice. If you cancel within this period, or fail to attend, fees will apply unless there are extenuating circumstances.

24-48 hours notice - $100

Less than 24 hours notice - $150

Non-attendance on day - Full fee

Holding Hands

  Somehow we’ve come to equate success with not needing anyone. Many             of us are willing to extend a helping hand, but we’re very reluctant                              to reach out for help when we need it ourselves.

                                       It’s as if we’ve divided the world into                                                                 “those who offer help” and

                                                       “those who need help.”

The truth is

that we are both.

- Brene Brown

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