Psychological services are about helping you to understand your feelings and emotions.
It can give you a safe place to learn to be more confident and become better at handling life's ups and downs. Just like taking care of your body, taking care of your mind and emotions is important too. It's okay to ask for help when you need it, and talking to a psychologist can be a helpful way to do that.
Our psychologists work with each person’s communication style towards key NDIS goals like improving friendships and being more active in the community or getting a job.
All our psychologists are registered with the national body, AHPRA, and use an evidence-based approach. We can offer this service under the NDIS Improved Relationship category.
How our psychologists can help you:
As psychologists who specialise in working with people with disabilities, we can help with a range of psychology services including assessments, consultation and therapy services.
A psychologist could help you if you:
- Have experienced stress, depression, anxiety, grief or loss
- Need support in coping with changes and transitions such as to school or work, or a change in accommodation
- Want a safe and comfortable space for you to express yourself without judgement
Cognitive Assessments (Sydney only)
There may be times when you need a specialised assessment along with a report to use at school, at court or to gain the right type of funding and support. These assessments and reports can be useful at any age. Also these assessments can help figure out your strengths and weaknesses and guide the approach you take in therapy.
Cognitive assessments are like tests that help experts understand how our brains think and learn. They involve doing different activities and answering questions that check our memory, attention, and problem-solving skills. During a cognitive assessment, you might be asked to remember things, solve puzzles, or do tasks that show how well you can think and learn.
A detailed report will be provided to at the end of this process that belongs to you even if NDIS funded (via Improved Daily Living).
We currently have very limited capacity to take on new clients outside of certain areas. Please contact us to discuss whether we are able to provide this service and for wait times.