NDIS Psychology and Mental Health Supports

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Our team of trained NDIS Psychologists and Behaviour Support Practitioners help you manage your mental health and well-being so you can live your best life.

We support people with a disability of all ages and complexes, your support networks including friends and family, and support you to work on your NDIS goals.

Our NDIS Psychology Services

At Mindcare Mental Health Services, our psychologists and Behaviour Support Practitioners provide specialised assessments and treatment of mental health and emotional conditions for people of all ages.  

If you have an NDIS Plan that includes funding for therapeutic support our team can provide:

Our therapists offer face-to-face services at of our state-of-the-art centres on the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay or Gympie Regions. Our therapists also provide in-home sessions for NDIS participants, or offer services via telehealth Australia-wide. 

How can our therapists help?

Our NDIS Psychology and Behaviour Support Management offers a broad variety of benefits for NDIS participants. This includes an improved relationships, community participation and enriching your quality of life. 

Our therapists offer strong evidence-based practice that benefits a range of NDIS participants, including those living with physical, psychological, neurological, sensory, cognitive and intellectual disabilities. 

How can our therapists help?

Our NDIS Psychology and Behaviour Support Management offers a broad variety of benefits for NDIS participants. This includes an improved relationships, community participation and enriching your quality of life. 

Our therapists offer strong evidence-based practice that benefits a range of NDIS participants, including those living with physical, psychological, neurological, sensory, cognitive and intellectual disabilities. 

We provide mental health supports in the following ways:

Our Behaviour Specialists help children, teens and adults to form a more positive way of thinking and behaving. 

Our team work effectively with NDIS participants, caregivers and service providers to implement and understand your Positive Behaviour Support Plan.

Our Psychologists offer a range of assessments and specialised referrals to meet your needs.

Functional Capacity Assessment to identify needs for equipment, therapy, home modifications, aids and appliances for NDIS plans

Functional Capacity Assessment to identify needs for equipment, therapy, home modifications, aids and appliances for NDIS plans

Adapting to life with a disability is never easy, but there are ways to help yourself cope with limitations, overcome challenges, and build a rewarding life.

Our therapists support you with evidence-based strategies for coping with depression, anxiety, grief, self-esteem, social skills and more. 

If you or your loved one is seeking mental health supports under the NDIS, contact our friendly team to start getting the support you need today. 

FAQ

FAQ

About NDIS Psychology and Behaviour Support

Mindcare Mental Health Services provides psychology and behaviour supports under the following NDIS categories:

  1. Assistance with daily life
  2. Improved relationships
  3. Improved daily living skills 

Mindcare Mental Health Services is a Register NDIS Provider in Queensland. 

We have centres on Sunshine Coast, Noosa, Gympie and Moreton Bay. 

Our therapists also offer in-home therapy for NDIS participants and provide telehealth Australia-wide.

Our Psychologists provide evidence-based strategies that are tailored to each NDIS participant. Our Psychologists and Behaviour Support Practitioners currently have no waitlists!

To get started contact our friendly team today on 1300 632 647 or enquiries@mindcare.ybl.org.au

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is designed to support people with disability to increase their independence and fully participate in community and working life.

People who meet the NDIS access criteria are known as NDIS participants.

People with long-term disabilities resulting from a mental health conditions may be able to become NDIS participants.

The first step is understanding if you are eligible to receive NDIS funding:

  • Are you permanently disabled or require early intervention to reduce the support you will need in the future?
  • Are you under 65 years old?
  • Are you living in Australia?
  • Are you an Australian citizen or a permanent resident?

If you answered yes to all of the above, you may be eligible for NDIS funding. To apply, contact the NDIS directly on 1800 800 110. Alternatively, you can complete an Access Request Form on the NDIS website: www.ndis.gov.au