Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

COVID-19 Update

Our staff at The Woodside Centre wants to express how much we care for you and your wellbeing during this unprecedented time.

The clinicians at The Woodside Centre will continue to provide therapeutic support to our community until Covid-19 is resolved.

In light of recent Covid-19 developments, we hope to provide enhanced support for both your physical and mental wellbeing during your appointments with your Psychologist.

To do this, we are actively taking steps to create greater accessibility for your appointments via Telehealth. We have done this in line with the advice and guidance of the Australian Government and Australian Psychological Society.

Where can I park?

Unfortunately, the Woodside Centre does not have any on-site parking available. However, street parking can be found in Riverview Terrace. There are also car parks available at the Bunnings Centre and Indooroopilly Shopping Centre.

What do I bring to my first appointment?

If you have a referral from a GP, please bring this. Additionally, we would appreciate it if you have your Medicare and/or Private Health Care card on you (if applicable).

What’s a Mental Health Care Plan and how do I obtain one?

Clients under a Mental Health Care Plan are eligible for a Medicare rebate for appointments with Rachael or Luke. To obtain a Mental Health Care Plan, you must book a double-length appointment with your GP.

Do you have HICAPS?

Yes, we are able to process Medicare and Private Health rebates on site. However, note that Michele Juratowitch is not able to process Medicare or Private Health, as she is registered as a social worker.

If I bring my child, do I go in to the session with them?

We are happy to accommodate for your needs depending on the child’s age. Normally, the parent will speak to the practitioner briefly at the beginning and end of the session, whilst the child speaks for the majority of the session.

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