Please call us to book your appointment.0415 221 807
We are a welcoming psychology practice located in Melbourne’s north-east.
Psychologists at the practice are registered: • Medicare providers• TAC providers• NDIS Service providers• WorkSafe providers
I am the director of Receptive Psychology. I have worked for over 10 years in the criminal justice system and private practice, providing psychological services to both perpetrators and victims of crime. I particularly enjoy providing therapeutic services for trauma and personality disorders.I believe in developing a non-judgemental and respectful relationship with each client in order to create safety and work towards meaningful change. I adopt evidence-based practices including: • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)• Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) • Schema Therapy• Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
I have worked in the field of forensic psychology for over 15 years providing assessment and treatment services to perpetrators of crime and those exhibiting early signs of offending behaviour. As well as conducting psycho-legal assessments, I provide training & teaching in a number of key areas in psychology. I am passionate about assisting the learning of others and building a stronger, safer community through collective growth.
I am a forensic psychologist with experience in the provision of assessment and treatment for perpetrators of crime, specifically in the areas of violence, alcohol and other drugs, and risky driving behaviour. My other interests include teaching and training, and I have several years of experience working in the tertiary education system. I am a board-approved supervisor in psychology and particularly enjoy providing supervision for training psychologists. I am a compassionate and collaborative practitioner and seek to support clients struggling with daily stressors and mental health concerns. I have an eclectic therapeutic approach, drawing from a range of intervention modes including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Solution-focused Therapy (SFT).
Megan is a Clinical Psychologist and a Board-Approved Supervisor. She has worked in correctional and forensic mental health settings, inpatient units, research and private practice.Megan is passionate about working with adolescent and adult clients experiencing low self-esteem, adjustment issues, stress, relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation and distress tolerance difficulties. She is also experienced in working with people who have patterns of thinking and behaviour that have become destructive and she is willing to treat people with some forensic issues/offending behaviours (upon enquiry). Megan particularly values the importance of providing clients with a non-judgemental environment, so that clients can allow themselves to be vulnerable and come as they are. She thoughtfully tailers her approach and utilises different therapy modalities to best nurture the client’s needs and goals. These include: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT).
I am a registered psychologist with experience in the forensic and non-forensic space in both assessment and treatment. I have a warm and empathic approach and am committed to supporting clients to play an active role in their own path towards growth. I have a comprehensive understanding of assessment, and believe that a thorough assessment is essential to developing a unique treatment plan based on the individual. I provide assessments relating to mental health, cognitive ability and memory.
A 50 - 60 minute session with a psychologist costs $200 up front.With an eligible Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) from a General Practitioner, you will receive $89.65 back into your account as a Medicare rebate (this usually takes 1-2 business days). The session will therefore cost $110.35 out of pocket.A MHCP guarantees you up to 10 sessions with the Medicare rebate per calendar year. How do I claim the Medicare rebate?Please bring your MHCP from your GP to your first session, or ask your GP to fax it to us. Your psychologist will then be able to claim the rebate for you on your behalf.You may be entitled to a rebate with your private health insurance. Please check with your health insurance provider and let us know at your first session.
The cost of individual supervision to a provisional or registered psychologist is dependent on your circumstances (such as your registration status and how far along you are in your program). It varies between $170 - $200 an hour +GST.Group supervision fees vary depending on number of participants and a session is typically 90 - 120 minutes. Please contact us for further information and availability.
If you have legal representation, they should contact us directly so they can provide information specific to your circumstances. After the details of your case have been considered a quote will be provided to you. The total fee for court reports and assessments varies depending on the complexities of the case. For assessments to diagnose ADHD in adults, the overall cost is approximately $1000 (+GST), although this depends on your individual circumstances.
We offer appointments during the following times:Monday to Wednesday: 9am – 9pm Thursday to Friday: 9am – 5pm T: 0415 221 807E: email@example.comPlease note, email is the preferred method of contact1/1065 Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe VIC 3079
We are located on the same floor as The Local Doctor Ivanhoe - you do not need to be a patient at this clinic to access our services. Once you arrive upstairs the friendly receptionist will direct you to our waiting area. There is free undercover parking available (entrance on Rose St) and we are a very short walk from Darebin train station.
Please contact us with any questions you may have using the contact form below. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Please note we are not a crisis service. If you need to speak to someone now, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636.