We Work With Individuals, and their Families
We offer a priority NDIS service to ensure our NDIS clients receive comprehensive and timely psychological support.
Caring for a loved one with a disability provides many challenges. Strategies for managing these relationships may assist during transition and over the longer term.
Supporting a family member with a disability can provide unique challenges. We provide support to the family when needed.
Depression, low mood, anxiety or panic attacks
Loss or grief
Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Aspergers and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Eating behaviours such as binging or restricted eating
Emotion regulation, feeling stuck, lost, shutdown
Alcohol, drugs, sex, porn, and gaming addictions
Self-esteem or low confidence
Parenting or transition to parenthood
Trauma and Borderline Personality Disorder
Chronic pain, sleep, concentration or memory problems
Childhood abuse or sexual assault
Sexual problems, sexuality or gender issues
Work and career support
We aim to provide you with support, when you need it most.
When you connect with one of our dedicated psychologists for your NDIS support needs, the focus will be on understanding your goals and values so that therapy outcomes suit you as a person. Our approach is client centered, and uses approaches including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). We will work together with you to empower you to commit to action to improve your daily functioning, relationships and other therapeutic goals.
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NDIS Appointments are available now, simply book online
Our sessions are designed to provide you with the ongoing support you need, with your own dedicated psychologists.
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