Appointments and Fees

Make an Appointment

I bring over 25 years of experience to my ‘Adelaide Sex Therapy’ practice.

You can make an appointment by phoning 0400 604 104.

If you would like to ask me a question feel free to send me a short Email at: [email protected]. Please do include your phone number in your message if you would like to make an appointment.

At present there can be a 2 – 3 month waiting time for a new client. However, I have a cancellation list. Occasionally, I can offer an earlier appointment, therefore, it is worth leaving your name and number with me.

Cancellation Policy

I understand that things may come up and that you may need to change our session times. Whilst I am happy to accommodate your needs please note that I require 24 hours notice for a cancellation or rescheduling. To cover costs, a late cancellation fee applies unless there are exceptional circumstances.


My standard appointments, for both couple and individual sessions are 60 minutes in length.

60 min sessions are $260.

All Medicare Card holders are eligible for a Medicare Rebate of around $107.25 – $117.55 per session depending on the number of people attending.

I have set aside a portion of discounted appointments for people who hold a Health Care Card and are in receipt of Centrelink payments. If you are in this situation, please Email me directly on: [email protected] It is helpful for me to be provided with your name and phone number. I will do my best to help you.

Please do keep in mind, that, following the receipt of your Medicare rebate, my out of pocket cost will be in the long run a modest amount well spent. My medical sexology knowledge and 25 years of sex and relationships therapy experience enable me to help people efficiently. Follow up appointments are usually required but are optional and can be planned to maximise my assistance whilst keeping your costs to a minimum.

Some people may feel uncomfortable speaking about sexual issues with their family GP. As you are entitled to receive a Medicare rebate when you consult with me, you do not need a referral from your doctor. A Mental Health Care Plan is NOT required and provides no extra rebate.

However, in matters of general health I am unable to treat you in the capacity of a GP. I am more than happy to work with your GP and communicate with them to ensure you receive the best possible care.

In order to keep your out of pocket costs to a minimum, I have made my initial consultation fee the same as a standard fee, as longer lasting sessions do not attract a higher Medicare rebate. If you feel that you require more than an hour for a consultation, please let me when you are booking in. I can then advise you of the adjusted fee.


Whilst your health is a priority, I am not available after office hours. If there is a medical emergency, it is vital that you contact 000 to receive immediate attention.


I take the privacy of my clients extremely seriously. No private information including name, contact details, nature of therapy or details of what is discussed in my sessions will ever be made public.

There are several situations which are exempt from this policy due to legal or ethical reasons.

  • If I suspect imminent threat to life or safety of yourself or others I am legally required to report this.
  • I am legally required to report suspected or known abuse of a person under the age of 18.
  • I am legally required to release your records if presented with a court order.

See my full Privacy Policy here.

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