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For Psychologists.

Getting started is quick and easy.
My Mirror | Online Mental Health Services | Psychologists

How it works.

It is quick and easy to create your psychologist account and set up a profile. My Mirror takes care of all your administrative tasks, which allows you to focus on the meaningful psychological therapy you provide our community.
1
Create an account.

We've made sure that getting started as a My Mirror psychologist is quick and easy. Create an account, provide your AHPRA number and select a time to be interviewed by the My Mirror team. After you accept a position as one of our psychologists, you can start helping the countless Australians in need of psychological guidance.

2
Complete your bio.

Your bio should give potential clients insight into who you are, your relevant experience and your specialty areas. Your bio will require a 330x330 pixel black and white headshot. This photo should be professional, free from clutter and of high quality. You also have the opportunity of choosing one of four background images to use as a cover photo.

3
Connect your calendar.

My Mirror integrates with all popular calendars, so you can sync your relevant calendars and availability with us. Simply go to your account, select your calendar and give My Mirror access. You can then set your availability and block out times you cannot provide therapy with us.

4
Run your sessions.

Ten minutes prior to any My Mirror booking, you will get an SMS reminder. From your desktop computer – in a professional environment – you can run your sessions from the site. Type case notes directly into your secure patient profiles on the My Mirror site, saving you time, and giving your client instant feedback to help them create a happier, healthier self. 

5
Collect payment.

At the end of each month, we generate an invoice on your behalf. Simply verify the sessions you’ve completed and My Mirror pays you.

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