If you haven’t seen a dietitian in the past, or this is your first experience with a different approach, you might be wondering what happens in a session.
Our first session together is about sharing your food and body story. We identify what you would like to achieve in our work. At a 75-minute appointment, I ask questions to guide the session. We have a conversation focusing on:
At the end of this session, we will have a discussion about how much support will be beneficial.
For each following session, we spend 50 minutes together, going over a variety of things:
Everybody has a different journey and wants different things from the work, so it’s difficult to say how many sessions we will need.
Online nutrition sessions mean you can stay home and get support. No travel, no parking, no shoes required!
Some people feel a little nervous about virtual sessions, that’s understandable, there can be many thoughts…
Will I feel the same connection?……
What if I can’t work with technology?…..
Is the care going to be the same?
Nutrition appointments in Ballarat are face-to-face sessions and available, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
No need for a referral. However, depending on your health you may be eligible for a Medicare rebate, via a GP referral. Medicare rebates for dietetic services are currently available through:
The rebates for a dietetic session are currently $54.60, there is a gap fee. Bulk bill is not currently available. If you have private health insurance, you may be eligible for a rebate.
Please contact your health insurance organisation for confirmation and amounts.
If you are sure you would like to get started with a session, you can let me know here.
If you aren’t sure and would like to know more about me, read here.
Also, I am more than happy to schedule a time for a phone call.
I can answer questions, and hear about your situation. Tell you more about me and how I work, you can arrange that here.