Level 1, 58 Parramatta Rd,
Glebe NSW 2037
Ph: 0414 433 900
Dr Martine Prunty is a Clinical Psychologist in Sydney’s Inner West. She has a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology and a PhD in Psychology. Her PhD was in reproductive decision-making amongst women with Multiple Sclerosis and she developed a decision aid to help women make this choice. The results of her research have been presented at conferences worldwide and published in international journals.
Martine has a warm, empathetic approach in helping clients to gain insight about their emotional difficulties. She works with respect and compassion allowing her clients to feel safe in sharing their experiences and in exploring more helpful ways of managing their problems. She tailors her work to the client’s individual concerns and works with a variety of models of treatment, including:
Martine has extensive experience working with adults, children and families to treat a number of psychological difficulties, including depression, anxiety, stress, parenting skills for emotional and behavioural issues in children, sleep problems, trauma related issues and disordered eating. Martine has a special interest in treating adjustment to health problems and perinatal mental health issues.
In her “free" time, Martine runs an Uber taxi service for her 3 sons
A 55 minute consultation with Martine costs $200. If you have a mental health care plan you will receive a rebate of $124.50 for up to 10 sessions per calendar year. Fees are payable by credit card, cash or cheque at the time of the consultation. To be eligible to receive the rebate you must visit your GP, Psychiatrist or Paediatrician and obtain a referral for psychological services as part of your overall treatment plan.
Most private health funds provide rebates for psychological services depending on your level of cover. Please contact your health fund to find out more.
|55 minute consultation||$200|
A referral from your GP is not necessary to see me, however, to receive Medicare rebates you do need to bring a referral from your GP and a current mental health care plan.