With LiveBig psychology services, we can support you to feel your best and acknowledge and promote positive behaviour change and good mental health.
What are psychology services?
Psychology is the study of the mind and human behaviour and relationship between the two. Registered under Therapeutic Supports in Improved Daily Living Skills, a psychologist will support their client to develop and maintain the skills to live life to the fullest. LiveBig can provide psychology services in the form of assessments, counselling, and training.
What do psychologists do?
A psychologist is a trained allied health professional whose specialization is in the field of supporting mental health conditions and human behaviour. Psychologists collaborate closely with clients, their families, and carers to provide a comprehensive assessment of their mental health requirements and identify the best course of action. This can be done online or face to face. If you want to know more about whether telehealth sessions may be suited to your needs, read our article on Why Telehealth May Be the Best Choice for Your NDIS Plan.
When would I need to see psychology services?
You will need psychology services as part of your NDIS plan if you have a diagnosed mental health condition or intellectual disability that is negatively impacting areas of your life or is inhibiting your ability to function daily.
We support clients with disability with specific needs in the areas of:
- Drug and alcohol abuse
- Dual diagnosis
- Psychotic disorders such as auditory hallucinations and paranoia
I am trying to explain Psychology to my child, how can I break it down?
For children working with a psychologist as part of their NDIS plan, understanding the services they’re receiving is important. For a better understanding on the services you or your loved one is receiving, our psychologist George features in our animated ‘Psychology Explained’ video, looking at who would require this service, and in what ways does it improve your quality of life.