It could be included in a dialogue such as:
Bob: Can I get some [free] advice about psychology from you?
Sarah: Not from me. I charge for my advice - about psychology or otherwise.
Note the correct capitalisation and punctuation, which should have been used in post 1.
"Not from me" is a shortened way of saying "No, you cannot get the advice you want from me".
No. Sarah is saying that although you can get free advice from some people, you cannot get it from her.Is "Not from me" like "Not for me" or not, please?