Remy is a registered psychologist and full member of the Australian Psychological Society. Remy has focused his professional development on cognitive behaviour therapy, Eriksonian clinical hypnosis, mindfulness, solution-focussed therapy and strategic therapy techniques. Remy works to help clients overcome difficulties and make it through tough times, while also aiming to improve clients overall satisfaction with life. Therapy is individualized, and focusses on the client's particular concerns, lifestyle, values, goals, strengths and weaknesses. Take home tasks and practical strategies often form an important part of therapy.

Remy's professional focus includes coping with grief, depression, acute and chronic anxiety, phobias, anger management, relationship issues, pain management, smoking cessation, weight loss and achieving specific goals (fitness, health, work/life balance).

Outside of the office, Remy enjoys presenting/teaching counselling skills & relaxation skills, mountain bike riding, pilates, being walked by his dog and studying towards a Masters degree in public health.

Remy is also a Medicare provider. This means that you can claim a Medicare rebate for part of the cost of your sessions for up to 10 sessions in a calendar year if you have a mental health care plan from your GP.








Sessions with Remy cost $150. 

Medicare rebates $84 for up to 10 sessions per calendar year when you have a current Mental Health Care Plan referral from your local GP. 

Most Private health funds will rebate some of the cost of counselling, however you are unable to use both the medicare and private health fund rebate.



Starting the process of seeing a psychologist can be challenging. 

  1. Please feel free to contact me if you want some direction on getting started with the process.  
  2. Contact your family / local GP to discuss gaining a Mental Health Care Plan
  3. I suggest you contact one or two psychologist's and then decide who you feel comfortable with. Many psychologists will be happy to answer a few questions by email or phone prior to a first session. This can be a great way to make the process feel comfortable from the start.
  4. Schedule appointment with your chosen psychologist
  5. At initial appointment, discuss your expectations and goals of counselling.