As part of our multidisciplinary approach, we provide a psychology service to help support individuals that are experiencing mental health difficulties.
If you are experiencing anxiety, depression, anger management issues or addiction, our psychologists can help you manage and overcome these issues.
As part of our multidisciplinary approach, our psychologists can help integrate exercise therapy and pain management as required to ensure all facets of your rehabilitation are optimized.
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What does a psychologist do?
The NDIS psychologists at Concentric Rehab work in a medical practice helping individuals overcome their mental health struggles. Our passionate team assists those grappling with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and other issues related to their mental health and wellbeing.
We provide professional mental health assessments and therapy to our clients in a confidential, comfortable, and non-judgemental environment.
Who can benefit from seeing an NDIS psychologist?
Anyone of any age, or in any situation can benefit from seeing an NDIS psychologist.If you're dealing with depression, or a feeling of stagnation or anxiety, our insightful and practical sessions will give you the tools to return to living your best life.
- Individuals recovering from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and other mental health issues.
- Athletes looking to boost their performance and approach any concerns related to failure or burnout.
- Children having trouble at school i.e. below-average performance or difficulty attending school altogether.
- Families going through transitions, such as spousal separation.
- Older adults with declining memory.
What to expect when visiting an NDIS psychologist
Feeling nervous or unsure about visiting a psychologist for the first time is perfectly normal. To help ease your concerns, here’s a quick overview of what you can expect from your first appointment. Of course, the specifics will depend on your unique circumstances.
You’ll be asked to complete a basic form detailing your personal information. If you were referred to us by your GP, we will begin to discuss your Mental Health Treatment Plan.
We will ask you what prompted you to see us. The answer to this question may be a specific one, or it may be broad and diverse. From there, we can delve into your history, relationships, career, home life, and any past therapy you might have had.
Finally, we will work collaboratively to come up with an appointment schedule that caters to your individual needs.
Contact our NDIS psychologists today
Visit our contact page or give us a call on 02 8916 6476 to arrange your first appointment.