What’s The Process?
We know that it can seem daunting having consultations online. It’s a relatively new way of accessing health care and we pride ourselves in being able to provide healthcare to anyone within Australia.
We thought we’d outline the process so that you have an understanding of what happens and how it all works.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.
1. Choose a time and practitioner that suits your needs.
Currently we are offering Psychology and mental health services, however we are so happy that we will soon be able to offer a range of services and practitioners. We understand that everyone has different needs and have try to accommodate for most situations.
2. Schedule an appointment.
Once you have decided which service and practitioner best suits you, it’s time to schedule your appointment. We make this easy by being able to create your booking online with our online booking system – Power Diary, a system for wellbeing appointments. Click here to schedule your appointment.
3. We send through a link for your consultation.
Once you have scheduled your appointment, you will receive an email shortly after. This email will include your consultation link and any other relevant information necessary. Ensure you keep your zoom consultation link handy and when you are ready to start your online consultation, simply click the link and your practitioner will be there to start your consultation.
You will receive a reminder email three days prior (inline with our 24-hour cancellation policy) and 12-hours prior to the commencement of your booking.
4. Consultation is held.
Your consultation will be held online via the zoom platform. Private Health insurance and Medicare rebates are available to those who are eligible. Your next appointment will be scheduled as needed.
Got any questions? Get in contact!
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