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Ways to Connect
Meet the Team
Counsellor/ Relationship Counsellor, B HRM/Counselling, Grad. Dip. Psychology
Dr Daniel Biddle
Clinical Psychologist, PhD
Psychologist, M Psychology (Clinical)
Counsellor, B Sci (Psych), Dip. Counselling
Psychologist, B Sci (Psych)
Provisional Psychologist, B Psych (Honours)
Psychologist, BPsycSc, GDipPsyc
Some Common Questions About Therapy
What Can Psychologists and Counsellors Help With?
In Mind Therapy’s psychologists and counsellors see people for a variety of reasons including but not limited to marital and family problems, illness or injury, grief, stress, anxiety, trauma, loneliness, depression, psychological aspects of medical illnesses, behavioural problems, disturbances in eating and sleeping, sexual issues, difficulties at work, and caring for the elderly. In short, if difficult thoughts, feelings, or behaviours are impacting your quality of life, you may benefit from working with a psychologist or counsellor.
What’s It Like To See a Psychologist or Counsellor?
Feeling anxious about meeting with a therapist for the first time is normal. Your therapist will discuss their specific approach with you in more detail, and what to expect from sessions with them. It may take more than one session before you feel comfortable enough to open up about everything you would like to address, or you may feel better even after your first visit. If you don’t click with the first therapist you meet, it is perfectly acceptable (and even recommended) to “shop around” until you find a psychologist or counsellor who you feel will work for you.
Is Psychotherapy Covered by Medicare?
With a mental health care plan from your doctor you will receive a rebate for sessions with a psychologist. A mental health care plan provides you with up to 10 sessions of psychotherapy per year with a Medicare rebate. There may still be a ‘gap fee’ to pay, depending on your situation. A mental health care plan can be obtained via an appointment with your GP.
Does In Mind Therapy work with NDIS Participants?
Yes! At In Mind Therapy we believe that the NDIS psychological therapy experience should be focused on helping the NDIS participants achieve their goals. In Mind Therapy feels that evidence-based therapy combined with person centred focus will help NDIS participants reach their personal goals. We offer our services to NDIS participants in three ways: In clinic sessions, telehealth and mobile as our psychologists have a lot of experience working in community and in their participants homes.
Support Coordinators please note: With In Mind Therapy there are no long lead times to see therapists.
Why In Mind Therapy?
In Mind Therapy psychologists and counsellors are well-trained, qualified, and personable. In addition to providing you expert counselling services, In Mind Therapy won’t break your bank account! Check out our fees and rebates here.
How Do I Make An Appointment?
Want to meet the In Mind Therapy team? Check out our profiles here.