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NDIS Services

Are you seeking top-notch NDIS services that cater to your unique wellness needs? Look no further! We are committed to helping you thrive on your journey towards holistic well-being.

From tailored therapies to life-changing support, we offer a range of NDIS services that are designed to empower you physically, mentally, and emotionally. Our team of dedicated professionals is here to create a personalised roadmap that aligns with your goals and aspirations, ensuring you receive the care you deserve.

Katie Parker - Social Worker

As a social worker working in a therapeutic capacity with children on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Katie have expertise in assessing the unique needs and challenges faced by children, while also taking into account the broader family dynamics and societal context. Katie is passionate about enhancing the well-being and quality of life for children and their families and practice from a strengths-based and family systems approach. Katie facilitates therapeutic interventions, offering emotional support, counselling and guidance to help children cope with their disabilities, build resilience, and develop essential life skills.


Additionally, Katie works closely with families to ensure they receive the necessary resources and support in order to provide the best care for their children. Katie supports children with NDIS goals such as emotional regulation, social skills, developing confidence, support with transitions and routines, and also provides carer support, education and training.

Katie is currently studying play therapy through Synergetic Play Therapy®, which is a research-informed model of play therapy combining the therapeutic powers of play with nervous system regulation, interpersonal neurobiology, physics, attachment, mindfulness, and therapist authenticity. She is loving implementing what she is learning into her sessions already and is looking forward to sharing more about how this modality supports the children she works with.
Rachel Hall - Social Worker


Autism and disability related counselling & strategies 


Regular sessions to assess and support all neurotypes include:


  • capacity building social skills and communication. 

  • emotional regulation and psychosocial disability

  • self-management and self-care skills assertiveness and advocacy

  • healthy relationships

  • key work model support

  • advocacy

Rachel can also assist with NDIS access by provided support letters and related assessments. 

  • psychosocial, 

  • life skills profile 16 (LSP- 16), 

  • functional capacity

  • functional adaption

  • WHODAS 2.0

  • child focused best interest

  • A range of risks assessments. 

 Minor waiting list for functional capacity assessment

More importantly, Rachel recognises the uniqueness of each client, that's why she tailors her approach using a diverse range of lenses, including neuro-affirming, attachment theory, parenting capacity building and strength-based theory. 

Rachel also works closely with carers and family members to support people living with disability.
For more information and bookings please visit HELPFUL CONNEXTIONS

Erika Filshe - Psychotherapist, Mental Health Clinician: RPN / CMHN (AHPRA)

Erika brings over three decades of experience as a Psychotherapist, having served in both public and private psychiatry, as well as alcohol and drug services, and post-natal care. Her experience spans all age groups, from adolescents to seniors.

Therapeutic strategies that Erika incorporates into therapy sessions are drawn from CBT, DBT, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Problem-Solving Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psychoeducation, Relaxation & Mindfulness techniques. Ongoing clients may extend into Jungian and Compassion-based psychotherapies.

Drawing from her extensive clinical background, Erika has provided invaluable support to individuals and their families grappling with a spectrum of emotional complexities, including PTSD, major depression, anxiety disorders, ADHD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, post-natal depression and psychosis, alcoholism, and drug-induced psychosis. Additionally, Erika adeptly understands the nuances of relationship dynamics, particularly in cases of family violence, offering guidance to teens, mothers, and fathers.

As a humanistic psychotherapist, her approach is holistic and client-centred and she seeks to understand and help adjust the interplay between her clients internal psyche and external life circumstances. Erika's trauma-informed approach and clinical experience have helped many individuals and families navigate their mental health challenges.

  • Carer support & advocacy

  • Carer burnout and compassion fatigue

  • Needing help to access other services (eg. mental health specialists, NDIS, Centrelink, financial counselling)

  • Needing interim support due to delayed access to specialist services because of lengthy waiting lists

  • Adjustment to major life stressors

  • Grief & loss counselling

  • Financial stress

  • Social and emotional difficulties

  • Relationship conflict

  • Mood disorders

  • Clinical Depression

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • PTSD/Trauma due to occupational, ​family violence, CSA

  • Workplace stress and burnout

  • Alcohol & Drug use

Bookings with Erika can be made by calling the centre on 56364902 or via the contact form below

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