NDIS Psychologist

At Positive Wellbeing Psychology, our psychologists are experienced in supporting individuals under the National Disability Insurance Scheme, otherwise known as the NDIS. Our team of psychologists believe in psychological support to help individuals maintain positive health and well-being and to improve one’s mood, self-esteem, capacity building and improving daily living skills, performance goals, relationships, and overall life satisfaction. We have a special interest in supporting individuals to meet their NDIS goals. 

When to engage in NDIS psychology services & reaching out to NDIS psychology providers

Our NDIS psychologists support Self-Managed and Plan-Managed participants registered under the NDIS. If you are self-managed or fund managed under the NDIS, one of our highly skilled psychologists may be able to further assist meeting your NDIS goals. 

What do NDIS psychologists provide help with?

Early on in therapy, an NDIS psychologist will discuss your goals to form the basis of our work together. Our goals are a great way to measure progress but can always be adjusted to suit your needs and circumstances should they change during our time together. Should you be unsure, your NDIS psychologist can answer any questions and explore your values to help set goals to improve your mood, self-esteem, and independence.


What can I expect from seeking support from an NDIS psychologist?

Our psychologists focus on your individual needs and goals, which are explored collaboratively in your first session. We understand you are leading the way in your journey, and you are also the expert in your life experiences. We are here to listen and provide strategies that can be used day-to-day to empower you.

In your first session, your psychologist will usually begin to explore what you would like to achieve in our time together and NDIS goals. We identify your strengths, interests, and goals. This early discussion allows us to provide you with the support and skills you are looking for in our time together.


Our NDIS psychologists can help with:

  • Identify and work towards new goals
  • Find relief from negative feelings
  • Feel more independent
  • Reduce the impact of anxiety and depression in your life
  • Find new tools and techniques for coping with challenges
  • Life adjustments and challenges due to health and disability 
  • Improve your social skills to develop and enhance your relationships


Our NDIS Psychologists can support you with the following item reference numbers:

  • 15_054_0128_1_3
  • 01_701_0128_1_3


Under the National Disability Insurance Scheme, you may be able to access Capacity Building, Daily Activities – Improved Daily Living Skills – Therapeutic Supports, which includes Assessment, Recommendation, Therapy and/or Training (including AT) delivered by a Psychologist.


What details do I need to provide?

Once registered with the NDIS, you would need to confirm that you are self-managed or plan-managed. Our team will provide you with a Service Agreement to assist managing your funds available for psychology. 


How can Positive Wellbeing Psychology help?

At Positive Wellbeing Psychology, our experienced psychologists have a special interest in supporting individual with lifelong disabilities and varying levels of functioning. Our psychologist also support with psychological testing and reports utilising NDIS funding – just let us know your specific requirements. 

Through sharing your individual story, collaborating on goals, and discovering tailored strategies, you may find effective methods to enhance your life and achieve your NDIS goals.    

Make an Appointment

Appointments are available with an NDIS Psychologist at Positive Wellbeing Psychology. We have a special interest in supporting Plan-Managed and Self-Managed Participants under the NDIS. Appointments are available during the day, after-hours or on the weekend.

believe in change and reach progress with a Melbourne psychologist

Our team of psychologists hold full registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and adhere to ethical guidelines as mandated by the Psychologists Registration Board and Australian Psychological Society. The first step is reaching out to NDIS psychology providers, to check their availability. Our clinical practice is grounded in evidence-based treatment approaches to support individuals under the NDIS, ensuring comprehensive support for participants self-managed and plan-managed under the NDIS.

NDIS Psychology Providers