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Medicare cover for psychologist for children should be easier

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Medicare-funded therapy sessions have been a blessing for many people who previously

couldn’t afford to see a psychologist. But there are a few problems with the way the

current system operates.

Since 2005, Australians can obtain a Medicare refund on sessions with a registered

psychologist, if referred by their General Practitioner (GP). This refund – partially or fully

covering sessions, depending on the psychologist’s fees – helps Australians get back to

leading satisfying, productive lives.

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To access them, people must visit their regular GP for an assessment of the issues. Should

these be significant,…



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