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Michael O’Donnell, Psychologist offers sessions for a range of mental health services for adults and children including life issues including trauma, depression, anxiety, work injury or stress, relationship issues and separation, grief and loss, parenting issues and chronic illness.


Appointments are usually for 50 minutes to 1 hour. You will be asked to complete a new patient registration form when you arrive for your first session. You are welcome to bring a support person.



We ask that you give us 24 hours notice of cancellation and rescheduling of appointments. A fee may applied if less than 24 hours notice is given.


Fees and payments


Fee per session for a 50+ minute consultation are listed below an $89.65 rebate from Medicare is available when clients are referred on a MHTP


$150.00 Payable on the day of consultation ($60.35 out of pocket after rebate) for Non-Concession Card holder

$120.00 Payable on the day of consultation ($30.35 out of pocket after rebate) for Concession Card holder

Bulk Billing options may be available for clients experiencing financial hardship.



A GP referral with a mental health treatment plan (MHTP) will allow clients to access a Medicare rebate, the initial referral will entitle them to, up to 6 sessions, the clinician will correspond with the referring GP and if the patient would benefit from further sessions, a review referral would allow patients to access additional sessions (a maximum of 10 sessions per calendar year are available through Medicare)

Clients can be self referred and may be able to obtain a rebate from their private health fund.

Referrals may also be made by third parties such as MAIB, workers compensation and employee assistance programs.

EFTPOS facilities are available and is the preferred payment option, Medicare online patient claiming is also available.


Confidentiality and Privacy

Disclosure of information is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles of the Commonwealth Privacy Act.


The provision of psychological services is also governed by the Ethical Guidelines and Code of Conduct of the Australian Psychological Society.

The Code of Ethics of the AASW, expresses the values and responsibilities that are integral to and characterise the social work profession. It is intended to assist all social workers, collectively and individually, to act in ethically accountable ways, in the pursuit of the profession’s aims.

Healthcare Rights

Understand your healthcare rights, ELPE Health have posters and brochures on display or visit Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Heath Care.

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