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PSYCHOLOGY

It’s now common knowledge that mental and emotional healing and techniques can enhance physical recovery. Evidence-based talk therapy with an NDIS-registered psychologist can also help to build self-esteem, identify goals and restore belief in a satisfying life after an accident, injury or trauma as well as helping to manage the frustrations of changed life circumstances. Maybe you’re plagued by intrusive thoughts or memories of trauma. You may be seeking a natural way to manage chronic pain or need support and motivation to persevere on the road to recovery after a setback. 

Or perhaps you wish to rebuild your confidence or find a new direction after time out from the workforce. If you’re living with a disability, you may be surprised by how your thoughts and beliefs affect your capacity to achieve the things you wish to. NDIS psychology providers can help to correct faulty thought patterns that may be holding you back. Have you considered consulting an NDIS-registered psychologist or NDIS clinical psychologist?  

Whatever your challenges, a Soaring Health NDIS-registered psychologist will use personalised, evidence-based therapeutic paradigms and techniques such as cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) to support you to realise your own solutions towards your wellbeing goals. For clients suffering from low-self esteem, anxiety or depression – all common by-products of trauma, complex grief, loss of independence and isolation – an NDIS-registered psychologist or NDIS clinical psychologist can support you to gain confidence in your own capacities and help you to cultivate a meaningful, satisfying life. 

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  • Those seeking greater clarity in goals and life direction, including after a life-changing accident or injury
  • Those seeking to change limiting thoughts and beliefs (including low self-esteem and lack of confidence to pursue goals due to injury or disability)
  • Those experiencing stress and/or burnout (may present as low energy, fatigue and apathy)
  • Those with diagnosed mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety and mood disorders seeking to learn skills to manage symptoms
  • Those seeking better relationships in any domain (intimate, friendship, workplace)
  • Adolescents and children with behavioural and or/social issues, or reported mental distress
  • Children with developmental delays or learning difficulties
Services provided by an NDIS-registered psychologist 
  • Assessment for mental health conditions that may produce exhibited symptoms
  • Appraisal of mental and emotional functioning (with comprehensive health history)
  • Therapy that works to shift and resolve issues identified as underlying difficulties (evidence-based paradigms such as CBT and ACT, tailored to the individual)
  • Referral to psychiatrist for medication assessment/collaboration with psychiatrist or GP to integrate medication with talk therapy
Issues that may be treated by an NDIS-registered psychologist
  • Assessment for mental health conditions that may produce exhibited symptoms
  • Appraisal of mental and emotional functioning (with comprehensive health history)
  • Therapy that works to shift and resolve issues identified as underlying difficulties (evidence-based paradigms such as CBT and ACT, tailored to the individual)
  • Referral to psychiatrist for medication assessment / collaboration with psychiatrist or GP to integrate medication with talk therapy
Psychology clinical consultations

As NDIS psychology providers, we have designed our clinics to ensure that the Soaring Health experience is seamless, welcoming and therapeutic for clients with varying needs and abilities. Facilities such as ramps, wide corridors, hand rails, large change rooms and selected furniture enable seamless access to our state-of-the-art therapy rooms, which are equipped with all the resources required to provide you with a goal-driven, therapeutic consultation with your NDIS psychologist in Craigieburn, Thomastown or Epping. 

In home psychology

As NDIS psychology providers, Soaring Health’s psychologists offer in-home services that enable you to access the treatment and care you require in the comfort of your own home. In-home services also enable an NDIS-registered psychologist to see your home environment and provide you with practical advice, recommendations and personalised do-it-yourself therapy to optimise your level of functioning. To enquire about in-home consultations with an NDIS psychologist in Craigieburn, Thomastown or Epping or to find out whether home services are available in your area, please call our friendly team on (03) 9013-5987. 

Community psychology

Your Soaring Health NDIS-registered psychologist is experienced in providing community consultations at community centres, respite centres, schools, aged care facilities and kindergartens. As NDIS psychology providers, we have the required training and authorisations to provide medical therapeutic services at these centres. Seeing clients in these settings allows an NDIS-registered psychologist to work on community participation goals, behavioural support plans and social interactions in different dynamic and real-life environments. Please speak to your Soaring Health practitioner about community consultations with an NDIS psychologist in Craigieburn, Thomastown or Epping. 

Telehealth consultations

Soaring Health provided telehealth consultations well before the COVID pandemic. We have refined remote consultations to deliver seamless, secure, easy-to-join telehealth appointments while providing the same level of treatment service you’d receive with an in-person consultation. Connecting with your NDIS-registered psychologist really is as simple as clicking a button, no matter where you are. As well as bypassing travel and mobility limitations, telehealth is recommended for clients with a compromised immune system. As NDIS psychology providers, we strive to make your treatment experience as safe and convenient as possible. 

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