As of March 2020, Kylie Lepri works exclusively online with individuals and couples. This offers you enormous convenience as you do not need to be based in Sydney and you can attend your therapy session without having to travel.
It also offers greater flexibility with appointment times including more after hours and Saturday times available .
Please call Kylie Lepri to inquire about our availability and/or to book a FREE 15-minute phone call to discuss your situation and find out how she can help. Call us now on 0404 032636 or book your free phone call online.
How long are the sessions?
Individual and couple sessions are for 60 minutes unless prior arrangements are made. Please contact us on 0404 032636 to inquire about our availability.
How many sessions will I need?
Many clients find an enormous relief within a few sessions, however the length of treatment depends on a number of variables including your concerns and goals.
This can be discussed further during the initial session and/or over the phone.
Do I need a referral?
No referral required.
What are the fees?
My fees are set in line with industry standards.
As I provide a variety of services, my current fees will be discussed over the phone. You can also book an appointment online to view my fees.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties due to the impact of COVID-19, Kylie has a few low-cost online counselling sessions available. Please call us on 0404 032636 to find out more.
Can I claim my sessions?
Medicare –As a private practitioner, Medicare does not cover my services.
Please note that in order to claim sessions through Medicare you will need to be assessed by a GP for a mental health issue. This diagnosis will then stay on your Medicare file which may have future implications.
Private health –
Bupa, Medibank Private & The Doctor’s health fund currently provide rebates for counselling. If you unsure it is best to contact your private health fund provider to see if you are eligible.
If you have any further questions please contact me on 0404 032636 or email me here
Payments are accepted via cash, debit or credit card at the time of appointment.
Privacy and Confidentiality
Any session notes and records are kept in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 and are encrypted on a password–protected computer.
The nature and content of the discussions between client/s and counsellor/psychotherapist is strictly confidential. However, if I’m concerned you are going to harm yourself or someone else I am required by law to report it to the necessary authorities. Please note a discussion will always take place before any report is made.
Cancellation and Rescheduling Policy
Please note all cancellations or rescheduling of appointments require at least 24 hours notice otherwise the full fee may be charged.
I understand that life sometimes gets in the way and cancelling is unavoidable but please be mindful that the best results for counselling require regular attendance.
What is a Counsellor & Psychotherapist?
A Counsellor & Psychotherapist is a professional that utilises interpersonal relationships to enable people to develop self-understanding and to make changes in their lives.
Although Counselling and Psychotherapy overlap considerably, there are also recognised differences. While the work of Counsellors and Psychotherapists with clients may be of considerable depth, the focus of Counselling is more likely to be on specific problems, changes in life adjustments and fostering clients’ well being. Psychotherapy is more concerned with the restructuring of the personality or self and the development of insight.
(Information provided by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia)
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What is a Psychologist?
Psychologists use scientific methods to study the factors that influence the way that people think, feel and learn. They use evidence-based strategies and interventions to help people overcome challenges and improve their performance.
Clinical psychologists help with the diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses.
(Information provided by The Australian Psychological Society)
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Sometimes we find ourselves feeling lost and need some support to get back on track.
Are you going through a difficult time?
Feeling overwhelmed, confused and/or unhappy?
Struggling to manage the situation or cope with difficult feelings on your own?
Contact me on 0404 032 636 to set up a FREE
confidential 15 minute phone consultation
(In 15 minutes, we can discuss your concerns and how my services can assist you with effective ways of coping)