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Occupational therapists

Occupational therapy is a profession concerned with promoting health and wellbeing through occupation.

The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. In the field of mental health, occupational therapists specialise in assessing how an individual’s mental health problems impact on their ability to perform their everyday occupations and roles. Identified barriers are worked through via the development of goals and treatment plans.

Becoming a registered occupational therapist in mental health requires the completion of the equivalent of a four year applied science degree in occupational therapy and extra training in mental health and well being related services.


Behaviour therapists

Behaviour therapists are responsible for delivering the NDIS Capacity Building approaches and supporting settings to be inclusive of all individuals regardless of their support needs.

Our behaviour therapists all have qualifications in either Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, or Special Education, whilst having the capacity to work within Positive Behaviour Support and Trauma Informed Care best practice principles. The Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner plays a pivotal role in connecting with parents, families, day programs, intervention service providers, education and health services and other mainstream providers. They will also play a significant role in communicating what this change means at an individual level for families as part of their planning responsibilities.


Specialist support coordinators

Specialist support coordinators provide a higher level of support. The focus is on reducing complexity in the participant’s support environment and helping the participant overcome immediate and/or significant barriers in plan implementation.

Specialist support coordination helps participants address complex barriers that affect their access to supports and, where appropriate, design a service plan for their support needs.

Our specialist support coordinators are appropriately qualified and experienced to deliver the expert approach which is needed to address a participant’s complex support needs and/or risks in their environment.

Our specialist support coordinators work with participants, their families and carers to: identify and understand the barriers impacting the participant’s ability to access, use and maintain their supports; find and try solutions to address these barriers; establish a process to overcome these barriers, including prioritising factors that need to be addressed first and what supports need to be in place immediately by creating a support plan, and support the client and the team to implement their support plans to ensure that all your needs are met and support you to have the best possible outcomes to be able to meet your future goals and aspirations.


Mental health and well being support workers

The role of our support workers is to provide a helping hand where you need it most.

Their key role is to help you work on your goals so that you can increase your independence and confidence.

They can help you access the community through Community Participation and Innovative Community Participation enabling you to get involved in activities to build skills, independence, and connections.

Our Support Workers can help you with Life Skills Training and Development and Assistance with Daily Life to help you work on your everyday skills that are essential for developing your independence and confidence.

They can help you with your Travel and Transport skills to help you be mobile and attend the appointments or outings you need to get to.

If you want to take part in some fun Recreational and Social Activities attending a social club, art class, park, library, etc, we can help get you engaged to learn a skill, improve your confidence, and live a fulfilling life.


Recovery coaches

A recovery coach is an NDIS funded worker that has mental health knowledge. A recovery coach will: spend time with you, and people important to you, to get to know you and understand your needs; help you to find out about different services and supports, and how these can help you; help you get support from mental health services; and help you better understand the NDIS and support you with the NDIS.

You can choose a recovery coach with lived experience. A recovery coach with lived experience has their own experience of mental ill health and recovery and are able to use this experience to inform their work. Though you may also choose to have a recovery coach who has an in depth on the job experiences of mental ill health and well-being and recovery frameworks or is familiar with people close to them  who may have also have a lived experience of ill mental health.



At Evolving Mind Body and Soul, we offer professional counselling services that provide a confidential and supportive environment where you can openly discuss your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Our counselling services are designed to help you to overcome challenges and cultivate a deeper understanding of yourself. Some benefits of counselling include:

  • Gaining new perspectives on situations.
  • Enhancing self-understanding.
  • Enhancing mental health and well-being.
  • Identifying patterns.
  • Exploring your emotions.
  • Developing healthy coping mechanisms.
  • Building resilience