Our Psychologists support people who experience social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
What does a Psychologist do?
Psychology is the study of the human mind, its functions and influences. Psychologists use their understanding of human thinking and behaviour to help people address day-to-day challenges and improve their overall quality of life. They are committed to helping people find solutions to real life problems, such as improving mental health and wellbeing, learning, performance, relationships, and societal cohesiveness.
To learn more about psychology visit the Australian Psychological Society website.
Our Psychology Services
Our experienced psychologists work as part of our multidisciplinary therapy teams, helping people living with disability address challenges and achieve their goals. Our psychologists help people understand the issues and challenges they’re facing, then provide strategies and interventions to help overcome them. They are committed to helping people find solutions to real-life problems, and improve their mental health and wellbeing.
Support is not only provided to the person experiencing challenges, but also to the important people in their life, including their family and caregivers.
Our psychology services are available to people of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Disorder, intellectual, neurological and physical disabilities, as well as developmental delays. Services can be provided at home, at school, in our offices, in community settings or online via teletherapy.
Some of our Psychologists are also qualified to carry out Autism assessments. For more information about this service, call us on 1300 375 373
How we can help
Some of the challenges our psychologists can provide support for include:
- Anxiety disorders (panic, generalised anxiety, phobias etc)
- Grief and loss
- Social difficulties
- Emotional regulation
- Sleep difficulties
- Adjustment issues
- Challenging behaviours
- Autism Assessments
Some of the approaches our psychologists may use as part of intervention include:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Acceptance commitment therapy
- Mindfulness-based therapies
- Positive behaviour support and parenting support
- Collaboration with other health professionals and agencies
- Formal assessments
Accessing our services
State-Funded Disability Services
We’re a contracted provider for the WA State Government’s Department for Communities, Disability Services.
As a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, we can help you make the most of your NDIS Plan.
Fee for Service
Not eligible for government funding? We can provide a customised quote based on your needs. Private health rebates apply to some services.
How we work
We take a transdisciplinary approach to service delivery and use a Key Worker model to ensure the people we work with have one main contact, but access to a network of therapists.