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The Neurotherapy Clinic Victoria

Yarra Ranges Counselling

Fees & What to expect

Cost of Therapy

Sessions are typically 50 minutes in duration.

For one weekly session of counseling, psychotherapy, or neurofeedback, the fee is $150-$180.

For two weekly sessions of counseling, psychotherapy, or neurofeedback, the fee is $270-$320.

QEEG requires a one-hour session, with additional time needed for analysis and a summary report.

The fee for a QEEG is $450.

The fee for a QEEG with ERP is $525.

A medical report if required (external service only) costs approx $380 

Supported Home Training Neurofeedback options, the fees include a deposit and weekly lease paid monthly (conditions apply)

NDIS plan managed and self-managed participants are charged the same fees as above.

Fees are paid at the time of the session, and EFTPOS facilities are available.

Invoicing services are provided for NDIS plan managed clients.

If you are on a pension or have a Health Care Card please inquire about our concessional rates.

Claiming a Medicare Rebate

If you have a Mental Health Treatment Plan from your GP, you may be eligible for Medicare rebates on certain services. You can claim your Medicare rebates at the time of payment.

Additionally, if you have BUPA, Teachers Private Health, or Nurses and Midwives Private Health, you may be eligible for private health rebates.

It is important to note that Medicare does not classify neurofeedback as a ‘focused psychological strategy’, so it is not eligible for rebates. 

Number and Frequency of Sessions

COUNSELLING: The recommended frequency of counselling sessions can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the nature and severity of the client’s issues, the goals of therapy, and the preferences and availability of both the client and the therapist. However, here are some general guidelines that can be helpful:

  1. Weekly Sessions: For most clients, weekly sessions are recommended, especially in the beginning stages of therapy. This frequency allows for consistent progress and helps build a strong therapeutic relationship between the client and therapist.
  2. Biweekly or Monthly Sessions: As therapy progresses and the client begins to make significant progress, the frequency of sessions may be reduced to biweekly or monthly. This frequency allows for ongoing support and continued progress towards the client’s goals.
  3. As-Needed Sessions: Some clients may only need counselling on an as-needed basis, depending on their situation and needs. This could mean meeting with a therapist for a few sessions to address a specific issue or periodically checking in for ongoing support.

Ultimately, the frequency of counselling sessions should be determined collaboratively between the client and the therapist. It’s important to find a schedule that works for both parties and allows for consistent progress towards the client’s goals.

The frequency of neurofeedback sessions can vary depending on the individual’s specific needs and the goals of the therapy.

NEUROFEEDBACK : Typically, neurofeedback sessions are scheduled once or twice a week and can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. The number of sessions required can vary depending on the individual’s progress, but a typical course of neurofeedback therapy can range from 20 to 40 sessions.

It’s important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to neurofeedback therapy, and the frequency and duration of the therapy should be tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals. It’s recommended that individuals work with a qualified healthcare professional who is trained in neurofeedback therapy to determine the appropriate frequency and duration of their sessions.