Reliable NDIS Psychology Providers
Our support workers provide psychology services to both children and adults in a variety of different settings, such as at home, in the community, at school or work, and within our clinics. After you have undertaken an assessment, our diverse team will develop an appropriate plan that utilises the best combination of strategies for achieving the outcomes and goals you have identified.
In order to provide a flexible service, we have recently expanded our team of NDIS psychologists, which allows for immediate appointment availability. We also offer mobile services in all suburbs of Perth and WA’s South West, and we do not require a minimum NDIS funding amount. Our aim is to make our services convenient and accessible for clients, so that the process is as stress-free as possible.
The team of psychologists at St Jude’s are committed to improving the overall well-being of people living with disabilities. We work closely with you and your support network to understand your thinking and behaviour and identify and implement strategies that will improve your quality of life.
Our psychologists use person-centred Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) to provide assistance when situations arise – these situations can involve challenging behaviour that poses a potential physical safety risk, or behaviour that restricts an individual’s ability to enjoy their life. Our team also assists the people who support those with challenging behavioural issues, and we help them to understand why it is happening and together we work towards a solution.
Types Of Psychology Services
Here at St Jude’s, our NDIS psychologists provide solutions for both adults and children that address a variety of challenges including:
- Behavioural Concerns
- Anger Management
- Relationship Management
- Key Life Transitions
- Early Development
Our team assess the abilities and goals of each individual in order to recommend and employ an appropriate treatment plan. We are an experienced NDIS psychology provider, and employ a variety of approaches including:
- Full functional and specialised assessments
- Cognitive Therapy
- Behaviour Therapy including Positive Behaviour Support
- Mental Health Intervention
- Skills training
- Communication techniques
- Integrative and Holistic Therapy
- Environmental strategies
- Early intervention programs
St Jude’s is a registered NDIS psychology provider, and so our psychology and counselling services are available to anyone who has an NDIS funded plan. If you are living with a disability, but do not have an NDIS plan, then we can help you apply so that you can receive the benefits of our professional assistance in your daily life.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our knowledgeable team if you have any questions about our disability services.