Book a counselling session with one of these Police Health approved therapist in Australia. Make a booking with a Police Health approved therapist and easily claim your rebate from Police Health.
Darling Point, NSW
West Melbourne, VIC
Tweed Heads South, NSW
Once you have chosen a Police Health approved therapist, you can easily book a therapy session at your desired time with them. You will need to pay for the appointment up-front. You can then download the invoice and submit your claim directly to Police Health. Talked has made a clear guide to about how to claim mental health services from learn morePolice Health.
Yes, you may also claim a rebate from Police Health when booking with a psychologist, as long as they are an approved Police Health provider. We've made it easy for you to see all the Police Health approved psycholgists.
No, you do not need a referral from a GP, you can simply book a session with one of Talked's Police Health approved therapists and then claim your rebate. Police Health does not require you to obtain a referral before seeing a Police Health approved therapist, however, you must make sure the therapist is registered with Police Health.
No, if you claim a rebate from Police Health you can not also claim from Medicare. To make a claim from Medicare you must have a mental health care plan and a referral from the GP.Learn more about booking a psychologist appointment and claiming the cost back from Medicare. We also have also prepared helpful guide to obtaining a mental health care plan from your GP.