Updated: Dec 13, 2021
Do you take on NDIS clients in your private practice?
Yes, I welcome all self-managed and plan-managed NDIS participants.
Are you NDIS registered?
No. I am not a registered NDIS provider. This simply means that I cannot see agency-managed clients.
What qualifies you to see NDIS participants?
I am accredited by the Australian Counselling Association and am insured as a counsellor. I have completed an NDIS worker check, a children's check and a police check.
What experience do you have?
As well as running my own private practice, I see clients at SECCA, an organisation that educates and counsels people with disabilities, their carers and families, especially around topics of sexuality and relationships.
I've seen a variety of clients funded by the NDIS in my private practice from across Australia (I run my private practice online/telehealth).
What kind of NDIS clients do you see?
I welcome clients with all types of disabilities. All I suggest is that you make sure my style of work is aligned with what you're seeking. I'm a narrative therapist and steer away from a medical, diagnoses-based model. You can read more about me and my work via the other pages on my website.
How do I arrange sessions with you?
Before I commence with any clients, I always schedule a 20-minute phone consult. The purpose of the phone call is to find out whether we're the right fit for therapy. You can book an intro call here.