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  • What are your fees?
    1.$250 for therapy sessions, with a rebate of $93.35 if a Medicare client *In Feb 2025 I will have clinical endorsement, and the rebate will increase * Please note that our software program charges a 1.8% card fee for transactions- you are welcome to use bank transfer if you would prefer 2.$2200 for an autism assessment, $2700 for combined Autism and ADHD report (less if you only need a simple letter). We use bank transfer for this type of service. Payment plans are also available. 3.$200 (plus GST) for supervision 4. Workplace consultancy services are quoted separately Fees are subject to change and are typically reviewed each January and July.
  • Who do you see?
    I see adult clients (18 and over) who identify as being autistic (self-identified or formally identified). Clients who are ADHDers who think they may have an autistic neurotype are also welcome! Adult clients who have chronic health conditions such as EDS/HSD (bendy people) are also very welcome.
  • What are your work days and business hours?
    For therapy, I work Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9am- 5pm (Brisbane time). I provide assessment sessions on a Thursday between 9am to 5pm as well (but can be flexible with days- don't worry!)
  • What types of funding do you accept?
    I see clients with NDIS funding (self-managed only), clients with a Mental Health Care Plan, and clients who are 'private' (you may want to use your private health fund). I don't accept WorkCover clients, EAP clients, Victims of Crime, or plan or NDIA-managed clients.
  • Is that water or vodka that I see you drinking during our sessions?
    Hahaha - wouldn't you like to know! 🥂
  • Where are you located?
    I work on Quandamooka country in Meanjin (Brisbane). I provide therapy and assessments via telehealth only. I can personally visit your workplace to provide a bespoke service, or speak at an event anywhere around Australia.
  • Do you have a therapy waitlist?
    As of January 2024, I've opened up a new day, and so am able to take some new clients again!! Once I'm full again, I'm also keeping a waitlist for those who identify as autistic, and/ or those who have EDS/HSD. I'd love to work with you :)
  • Can you do EMDR for me if I’m neurotypical?
    I'm sorry, but I reserve this for my fellow neurokin only (auDHDers). Check out the EMDRAA website for referral ideas.
  • Why is your cat a bit of an a*hole?
    Good question 😂 Well, I don't know... maybe dropped on his head as a kitten?? But I still love him. Lucky for him that he's pretty 😸
  • Can you 'diagnose' me?
    I am qualified to provide an official Autism and ADHD ‘diagnosis’. Note that an assessment does not guarantee a diagnosis. Also note I hate using the word 'diagnosis' ;)
  • Can I call you to chat?
    If you’d like an assessment, bespoke workplace consultancy service or looking for a speaker for an event, I am able to arrange a phone call. I’m unable to respond to all of the emails I receive- I get a lot! For new therapy clients, I suggest we have one session to see if we gel, and then book more from there.
  • Do you assess for ADHD?
    The short answer to this is that - yes, I can. However, ideally you should get a referral from your GP to see a psychiatrist instead. Many psychiatrists conduct their own assessments, even with a report from a psychologist. Also, if you want to trial medication for ADHD, you need to see a psychiatrist.
  • What kind of a kid were you?
    I often rode my bike with my feet on the handlebars and used the brakes at the last second. I fell off trampolines and out of trees, and would scare my poor parents with my crazy climbing antics #helloADHD!! 😜
  • Will a 'diagnosis' mean I can apply for the NDIS?
    My diagnostic report alone will not be sufficient to apply for NDIS funding. Your assessment report can be used to support your application. I become an endorsed clinical psychologist in early 2025. Until then, you’ll need a letter of support from a psychiatrist as well, or to also get a Functional Capacity Assessment by an Occupational Therapist (and submit this together with my report to apply for the NDIS). Note that nothing guarantees that NDIS will approve your application.
  • What's with the images of sunflowers?
    Did you know that people who have a hidden disability can choose to wear a Sunflower lanyard? This discreetly indicates to others that they may need additional time, support or understanding. This provides a consistent icon that is recognisable. The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower is an international approach that is coordinated in Australia by Bayley House. To find out more about the Sunflower initiative visit: Bayley House Hidden disabilities Sunflower
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 Take a look through my neurodiversity FAQs. 

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