Meg Foreman is a Registered Psychologist with the Australian Regulator Practitioners Agency (APRA). Meg is very experienced in the field of Psychology, having worked in a range of areas including; Occupational Rehabilitation, private and public health settings, hospitals and General Practice for over 10 years.
How could counselling help me?
Do you ever feel anxious or worried all the time? Is there anything in your life that you would like to change? Do you feel sad or down a lot? Do you lack motivation and confidence? Are you having difficulties achieving goals that you have set for yourself? Are you going through a tough period in your life (loss of a loved one, change of a job, relationship breakdown, health difficulties)?
Counselling enables you to develop strategies to cope with life's ups and downs, to have self acceptance and resilience and to have fulfilling relationships with others and to reach your full potential.
Different issues that can be addressed through counselling:
Adjustment to life changes;
Alcohol & Drug use;
Anxiety & Depression;
Bullying & harassment;
Chronic illness / Cancer support;
Grief & Loss;
Health & Lifestyle Problems;
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder;
Self-esteem & Confidence issues;
Work-Related Issues and Injuries;
Court reports for Work Safe and TAC.
Fees and Rebates
Meg is a registered provider with Medicare and private health funds. Clients who are provided with a Mental Health Care Plan from a GP may be eligible for a rebate from Medicare for up to 10 sessions per calendar year. The Medicare rebate does not cover the full consultation fee and a gap fee will be payable.
Concession rates are available to students, pensioners and those who hold a health care card.