Consultation Fees

Medicare rebates are available with the Mental Health Care Plan, which is provided to you by your GP
You may also be eligible for bulk billing or a rebate from your private health insurance.

20 Minute Session

A complimentary 20-minute session where we can get to know each and we can explore potential therapeutic approaches together.
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60 Minute Session

Book a 60-minute one-on-one counselling session with me, that is tailored to your presenting needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are Kasia's skills and qualifications?
Relevant Qualifications
- Bachelor of Science - University of Sydney
- Certified Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming - Australian College of Applied Psychology
- Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology - University of Western Sydney
- Graduate Certificate of School Counselling - University of Western Sydney

- Expertise in providing psychological services to a diverse population of clients.
- Expertise in psychological and educational assessment and report writing.
- Knowledge of psychological theory and practice.
- Experience in providing diverse therapeutic approaches tailored to individual needs and circumstances.
- Ability to relate to and empathise with people.
- Excellent communicator.
- Ability and experience to cope with emotionally demanding situations.
- Strong sense of ethics.
- Experienced facilitator of therapeutic, well-being and educational programs.
- Experienced in research, case management and development of support and management plans.
- Liaison and consultation with other allied health professionals and health specialists.
- Written communication and feedback with referring medical Practitioners.
What are the requirements for us to have an online session?
We use Coviu, a simple and secure video telehealth software for health care practitioners.

Coviu is designed to work on all consumer devices, such as iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones, laptops, and desktops.

You will need the following:
· A camera (built-in or attached)
· A microphone (built-in or attached)
· Speakers (built-in or attached)
· Headsets (optional)
· Have a stable and reliable connection to the internet. You need a minimum speed of 350Kbps for a video call.
· Be seated in a private, well-lit area that is sure to be free of distractions for the call duration.

Coviu currently works on:
· Windows, Android, MacOS - Google Chrome Version 72 or later
· Windows, Android - Firefox Version 68 or later
· MacOS, iOS Apple - Safari Version 12.0 or later
· Windows, MacOS - Microsoft Edge Version 79 or later
· Android - Microsoft Edge Version 44+
How many sessions does it take to feel change and improvement?
The amount of time needed to feel better and see changes in your life depends very much on the person, the nature of their difficulties and life circumstances. 

From my experience working with my clients, it takes on average between 6-12 sessions for a client to feel meaningful change. The Mental Health Treatment Plan enables you to receive a Medicare rebate for up to 20 sessions.
What is Acceptance Commitment Therapy?
Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an empirically based psychological intervention branched from the cognitive behavioural approach. 

In a nutshell, it aims to identify what is important for you in life (values) and what actions you can take to live your life fully with a sense of wellbeing. 

To achieve that, ACT interventions encompass acceptance of aspects of one’s life that are beyond one’s control, challenging unhelpful thoughts, and teaching skills such as distress tolerance, emotional regulation, psychological flexibility, and mindfulness.
What is Interpersonal Neurobiology approach?
Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) is an interdisciplinary approach that embraces all branches of science to expand our understanding of the mind and well-being. 

It explores the ways in which relationships and the brain interact to shape our internal lives. It aims at developing a healthy mind, an integrated brain, and empathic relationships.