Carl Moore

Registered Psychologist
02 6684 4748
50 min standard session


Full fee – $190 (*$96.65 out of pocket expense with a GP Mental Health Plan)

Concession – $145 (*$51.65 out of pocket expense with a GP Mental Health Plan)

Couples – $200

Travel, phone calls and reports will be charged at standard hourly rates in 15 minute increments.

*Medicare rebate $93.35 with a GP Mental Health Plan.

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Wednesday, Thursday and Friday appointments.
Clients:  Children, Adolescents, Adults, Families and Couples

Currently working 3 days per week, in semi-retirement at 67 years-old, Carl is making good use of the various trainings and experiences of a full working life as ‘professional helper/helping professional’.

From a long career as Teacher this current career of Psychotherapist came about. Arising from many conversations with many people, making use of obvious strengths in caring, empathy, unconditional positive regard, listening and hearing, as well as maintaining confidences and ethical boundaries, Carl decided to gain higher-level tertiary training in Psychology and Counselling. This was combined with years of on-and-off personal psychotherapy, across a number of modalities. The outcome being abilities and skills for a variety of helping conversations across the full range of ages and psychosocial issues.

Carl can assist with issues attached to: anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, family system difficulties, personal identity difficulties, eating problems, sexuality and sexual functioning, Autism, grief-loss-bereavement, grave and life-limiting illness, dying, Love and deep identity.

Carl’s client contacts arise from Medicare-subsidised Mental Health Care Plans, private full fee-paying bookings, Work Development Orders, NDIS assistance and Employee’s Assistance Programme bookings.


Carl has a Graduate Diploma in Counselling, a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology.

Carl is a Psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).