Ms Ridhima Tandon
BArts, BPsych(hons), MPsych(Community)
Ridhima (pronounced rhythm-a) completed her Master of Community Psychology from Victoria University and has a keen interest in improving the health and well-being of not just individuals but also the wider community. This was translated in her work with the Western Bulldogs Community Foundation and Eastern Health.
Ridhima is warm, welcoming, and likes to take a person-centered approach and individualise treatment for each client. Ridhima is a LGBTQIAP+ affirmative therapist and has experience working with a diversity of adult populations. She is trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, as well as 1:1 and group therapy. Ridhima works across different psychological disorders and difficulties such as depression, anxiety, complicated grief and anger, and has a particular interest in issues related to self worth and relationship dynamics. Ridhima has an Indian heritage and speaks fluent Hindi. She is sensitive to both individualistic and relational cultures allowing her to work with people from a range of backgrounds and across multicultural issues.
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
Master of Applied Psychology (Community)
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Member of the APS College of Community Psychologists
Fees & Days of Work
Ridhima works Tuesdays to Fridays. The cost of a 50-minute consultation with Ridhima is $195.00 (appointments from 5pm are $210.00). If referred by a G.P. along with a Mental Health Care Plan, or by a psychiatrist, you will receive a rebate of $88.25 per session via Medicare. Up to 20 Medicare-rebated sessions can be claimed per calendar year. Alternatively, you may wish to claim the consultation fee under private health cover, NDIS, WorkCover, or TAC, if these options are available to you.