Julia Dean Emerge Counselling & Clinical Hypnotherapy at
Natural Pathways Clinic & Studio
65-67 Percy Street
(Cnr Simpson and Percy Streets) MITCHAM VIC. 3132
Mitcham Clinic - by appointment only
Therapy Sessions are held in a comfortable, safe, secure environment in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria.
Privacy & Confidentiality are assured.
No referral is needed.
I am privileged to be now working from the stunning Natural Pathways Clinic & Yoga Studio in Mitcham. The clinic is located in a quiet treelined street just off Mitcham Road. It is easily accessible from the Eastern freeway, and is between Whitehorse Road (Maroondah Highway), and Canterbury Road.
Fees: Phone either of the above phone numbers for more info on session fees.
(a minimum of 3 sessions is usual for most issues). Individuals: Free ten minute initial phone consultation.
First session: Two hour Consultation-includes hypnotherapy - $180
Subsequent sessions: 1 hour - hypnotherapy included - $105
Ongoing treatments - counselling only - $85
Stop Smoking - 3 session program - $340
Slimness Now - 3 session program & CD - $340
Working with children - short session fee - $55
Private medical health fund rebates are available for: Medibank Private, Australian Unity, Grand United, & CBHS Members & more..
Melbourne eastern suburbs: Mitcham, Box Hill, Ringwood, Blackburn, Nunawading, Balwyn, Glen Iris , Kew, Hawthorn, Toorak, Surrey Hills, Ferntree Gully, Bayswater, Boronia, Knoxfield, Deepdene, Doncaster, Doncaster east, Donvale, Canterbury, Camberwell, Lysterfield, Tempelstowe, Park Orchards, Croydon, Heathmont, Laburnum, Eltham, Warrandyte, Wonga Park, Upwey, Montrose, and more..I have worked with clients who came from suburbs all over Melbourne, as well as Country Victoria and interstate as well.
Emergency Links: 1. Call Lifeline 131 114 (cost of a local) 2. www.counsellingonline.org.au Go to counselling online for information about help with drug use issues or the drug use of a family member, relative or friend. The service is free and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across Australia