3Specialist behaviour support

Get help managing your emotions, so you can overcome anything life throws at you.

OnPsych NDIS provide:

  • Individual intervention and counselling
  • Behaviour support (including Positive Behaviour Support Plans)
  • Capacity and skill building (e.g. emotion regulation)
  • Cognitive and diagnostic assessments
  • Adjustment to disability support
  • We work within a disability framework and tailor sessions to suit the abilities of each person we work with

*Note: You can access our services via Telehealth from the comfort of your own home!

Get help managing your emotions, so you can overcome anything life throws at you. As a team of mental health care experts with over 50 years of experience serving Australian communities, our behavioural support services are all about understanding why you or a loved one might use inappropriate or challenging behaviour, and what can be done to build capacity in a safe, enjoyable environment. When receiving behavioural support, you’ll have 1-on-1 access to one of our friendly and highly qualified behavioural therapists to ensure you’re getting the attention you need. We can even offer additional therapist supports as required. We understand that everyone likes to communicate differently, so we want to conduct an initial assessment to understand how you or your loved one likes to communicate through behaviour and how this could affect others.
Once we have an idea of communication and behaviour, we then typically conduct an assessment on the person’s environment (i.e., where they live, where/if they work) to determine if this meets their everyday needs and wants, and how this could be influencing their communication or behaviour. After the initial meeting and assessment have taken place, we then implement a positive behaviour support plan or skill development plan to ensure the person has a clear road map towards further building confidence, capacity, and general well-being.
Please note our services are available to customers of any age (i.e., including seven years and younger)
We make sure each participant that accesses behaviour support is appropriate to their needs which incorporates evidence-informed practice and complies with relevant legislation and policy frameworks. Each participant is subject to a regulated restrictive practice that meets any state and territory authorization (however described) requirements and the relevant requirements and safeguards outlined in Commonwealth legislation and policy.
Our Highly dedicated and experienced team hold the knowledge of understanding regulated restrictive practices as described in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Restrictive Practices and Behavior Support) Rules 2018 and knowledge and understanding of any relevant state or territory legislation and/or policy requirements and processes for obtaining authorization (however described) for the use of any regulated restrictive practices included in a behaviour support plan.

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We understand the quality of life is the most important aspect of recovery and that each day brings a different set of challengers to our participants

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