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Bookings & Clinic Locations

Sara is available for in-person sessions at Willow Urban Retreat in Armadale and at Living Stillness in Caulfield North in Melbourne. She is also available for online sessions.

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For Counselling & Women's Health Coaching bookings at Willow Urban Retreat, use this link.

Willow Urban Retreat Event - Saturday 20th August @ 11am. How stress affects us as women & what to do about it.

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For appointments at Caulfield North and online, please get in touch on 0419 331 557 or email. 

*Upon booking for your initial appointment, you will be forwarded an online intake form for you to complete prior to your first session.

Appointment Fees

Initial Session – 70 minutes - $150

Follow-up sessions - 50 minutes - $120

30-minute sessions - $80

Payment is required on the same day as your session and can be made via bank transfer or credit card. Receipts can be emailed following payment.

PLEASE NOTE: Fees are not covered by Medicare or Private Health at this time so have been adjusted and reduced accordingly.

Cancellation Fees

If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment please make arrangements at least 24 hrs before your session time, allowing for the space to be filled by another client. Cancellations are accepted via phone, text or email.

PLEASE NOTE: Cancellations made within 24 hours of your session time will be subject to the full fee of your appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a referral?

I am a private Counsellor and do not require referrals. Psychologists and Psychiatrists require referrals from your GP.

 

Can I claim with Medicare or my private health fund?

Counselling is not on the list of claimable services at this time, hence why my prices have been reduced and adjusted accordingly.

 

How do I know if we are a good fit?

I offer a 10–15-minute introductory chat over the phone. This way we can both get a sense of whether I will be a good fit for you.

 

Will you be able to give me a diagnosis?

No, I do not diagnose. If you are looking for a diagnosis you will need to see your GP for them to guide you to the appropriate health care provider.

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