NDIS Psychology in South West Sydney

Youth Living Skills
NDIS Psychology Clients’ Experiences

“Psychology is helping my son deal with anxiety in social situations”

– Timothy

“Our psychologist is doing some family therapy with us that helped us to communicate with each other better”

– Belinda

“It was difficult for me to attend psychology sessions at clinics, so having the psychologist come to my home was so convenient.”

– Theresa

“We were only available on Saturdays for therapy, so they were able to see my daughter before her soccer game.”

– Brenda

NDIS Psychology

NDIS Psychology by Youth Living Skills is a unique service provider because:

  • We are mobile – we come to your home
  • Our staff have flexible working hours to accommodate your busy lifestyle, including availability on weekends and after business hours
  • We do not charge a travel fee like other services
  • The initial consultation is free of charge
  • Therapy plans are specialised and developed to your personal needs and requests
NDIS Psychology

NDIS Psychology by Youth Living Skills is a unique service provider because:

  • We are mobile – we come to your home
  • Our staff have flexible working hours to accommodate your busy lifestyle, including availability on weekends and after business hours
  • We do not charge a travel fee like other services
  • The initial consultation is free of charge
  • Therapy plans are specialised and developed to your personal needs and requests

NDIS Psychology can help people

to better understand and manage their own behaviours, improve relationships with others, and improve how they interact with other people, their community and environment. This can improve people’s general health, self-confidence and coping abilities.

Psychology is beneficial for clients as therapy sessions are uniquely catered to people’s personal and health goals, and are conducted in the individual’s personal environment.

Contact us to find out how our service can help you!

Family and Community Participation

People’s family members are also usually heavily involved in sessions so that the most significant people in the client’s life can better understand the person’s behaviours (which can often be disruptive to others and challenging to manage), as well as help implement strategies and skills to improve the client’s ability to deal with their issues.

For psychology to be most helpful, it is imperative that clients incorporate the learnt coping strategies and skills into their daily lives, and this can be enhanced if the person’s family members actively participate in this process.

It can also be beneficial for other professionals involved in the client’s life (e.g. doctors, teachers or other therapists) to be made aware of pertinent information to improve how they interact and relate to the client (e.g. a behavioural plan developed by a Psychologist can help a child’s school teachers deal with agitated or disruptive behaviours).

Psychology can help people

experiencing various issues or problems such as:
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Behavioural or learning problems in children and young people

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Anxiety issues or depression

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Phobias or fears

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Grief and loss issues

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Problems with eating or controlling weight

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Stress

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Relationship issues

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Problems with sleep

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Compulsions

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Addictions

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Problems with sexual behaviours

Youth Living Skills offers other kinds of services in different areas like Speech Therapy Children, NDIS Psychology Campbelltown, and more. To find a therapist in your area, please visit this link: NDIS Therapist Near Me

NDIS Psychology Youth Living Skills

Organising NDIS Psychology involves:

  1. Calling or emailing us and providing information about the client’s personal details, relevant medical history, and specific problems or issues that the client would like help with.
  2. We organise a free initial meeting with the client and their family at home. This meeting will go into more detail about the issues that the client needs assistance with, negotiate scheduling times, work out amount of NDIS funding, and any other requests the client may have.
  3. A Service Agreement is developed and sent to the client, outlining how NDIS Psychology service will be provided.
  4. If the client is agreeable to the terms in the Service Agreement, he/she signs the document and returns it to us (a person’s parent or carer may also sign for them).
  5. Once the person’s needs and requests are identified and the client is happy to proceed, we will organise the Psychologist that is most suitable for the client.
  6. The Psychologist will then contact the client (or their parent/carer) and organise specific dates/times for the first session, and if possible, subsequent sessions.
  7. Psychology sessions will then begin.

Organising NDIS Psychology involves:

  1. Calling or emailing us and providing information about the client’s personal details, relevant medical history, and specific problems or issues that the client would like help with.
  2. We organise a free initial meeting with the client and their family at home. This meeting will go into more detail about the issues that the client needs assistance with, negotiate scheduling times, work out amount of NDIS funding, and any other requests the client may have.
  3. A Service Agreement is developed and sent to the client, outlining how NDIS Psychology service will be provided.
  4. If the client is agreeable to the terms in the Service Agreement, he/she signs the document and returns it to us (a person’s parent or carer may also sign for them).
  5. Once the person’s needs and requests are identified and the client is happy to proceed, we will organise the Psychologist that is most suitable for the client.
  6. The Psychologist will then contact the client (or their parent/carer) and organise specific dates/times for the first session, and if possible, subsequent sessions.
  7. Psychology sessions will then begin.

Contact Us Now to Organise a Meeting

If at any time you are not satisfied with our service, you are not obliged to stay on and can leave at any time!

Contact Information

PO Box address:

PO Box 121, Glenfield NSW 2167

Phone Number:

0436489449

Email:

info@youthlivingskills.com.au

We will strive to respond to your enquiry within one business day.

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