Dedicated and highly skilled in providing insightful, individualised therapeutic intervention to clients.
Ms Cherie Dalton is a Clinical Psychologist in Malvern who provides psychological services from:
Cherie is an experienced clinical psychologist who is dedicated and highly skilled in providing insightful, individualised therapeutic intervention to clients. Cherie aims to build relationships with clients based on confidentiality, mutual respect, and quality of service.
Cherie provides therapeutic assistance to people in a respectful and meaningful manner. The therapeutic techniques are tailored to clients and their needs.
Cherie’s predominant treatment modalities are:
Cherie is able to treat adult clients with the following range of conditions:
Clients require a Mental Health Care Plan (completed by a GP or psychiatrist) to be seen under the Medicare ‘Better Access’ program. Under this program, clients are eligible to receive 20 sessions per year and receive a Medicare rebate. Cherie is also a provider for most major health funds. Clients with an eligible Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) referral are eligible for the Medicare rebate $131.65 (per 50+ minute appointment) for sessions with a clinical psychologist. The option for credit card payment and automatic Medicare processing is available to streamline this process.
The consultations are of standard 50-minute duration but Cherie requests that you allow an hour to account for administration and rebooking. The rate charged for Cherie’s clinical psychology consultations is lower than the current Australian Psychological Society (APS) recommended rate and the fee will be discussed prior to your appointment. This is a private billing practice and as such an out-of-pocket fee is incurred. Clients with an eligible MHCP referral will be eligible for the Medicare rebate for clinical psychologist of $131.65. The option of payment and automatic Medicare processing is offered.
Cherie Dalton clinical psychologist is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Board. This ensures that she meets specified standards of competence, ethical practice, and strict guidelines for professional conduct.
Cherie Dalton clinical psychologist is a registered member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists. Specialist membership of the APS Clinical College is restricted to psychologists who have completed specialised post-graduate training in psychology and received professional supervision from an established clinical psychologist.