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The challenges faced by some NDIS participant is immense; therefore the experience and capabilities of the treating Psychologist can not be understated.

Our Psychologists understand that a band-aid approach doesn’t work long-term and prefer to take a person-centred approach. This involves getting to know the individual; enhancing trust and the depth of exploration possible.

Our Psychologists have been hand picked as the best in your local area; able to travel to within 60km of Albury-Wodonga and Wangaratta.

Offering assessments and reports as well as interventions (CBT, ACT, coping strategies etc.); the participant can be certain that they will receive a reputable and thorough service at My Care Provider.

Your Local NDIS Psychologist Can Help

  • Unhelpful thoughts and beliefs

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Specific assessment (cognitive, neuropsych or other)

  • Poor coping strategies

  • Aspects of identity

  • Relationships with self and others

  • Past experiences

  • Loss and grief (including loss of function and/or role)

  • Trauma and domestic violence

  • Use of alcohol and other substances

  • Situational crisis

  • Experiences unique to the participant

This list is not exhaustive, and it may be better to get in touch with our Psychology team to ask how they might be able to help.


The NDIS is only available to those under the age of 65, who have an assessed and diagnosed disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities.

A good place to start is the NDIS Access Checklist, which can be accessed by clicking here. Alternatively, you can call the NDIS directly on 1800 800 110 or visit the NDIS website by clicking here.

Also, explore the links provided on the side-bar.


Booking A Registered NDIS Psychologist

Once NDIS approved, most participants will work with an NDIS Planner and/or Local Area Coordinator (LAC) to develop a support plan. Each participant develops an individualised plan that identifies the specific outcomes they wish to achieve, the disability supports that will be funded by the NDIS and other supports they require; often an occupational therapy assessment (click here) can aid in this process of identifying needs.

The NDIS is unique in that participants are now given choice and control over the supports that they receive. If funding for “Improved Daily Living” is included in the plan, then this usually means that Psychological assessment and intervention are covered. The next step is to speak with My Care Provider to book an appointment.

Get in touch

If you would like to work with one of our local NDIS registered Psychologist then please get in touch by calling 1300 998 774 or emailing

Alternatively, you can complete the below application form and we will be in touch.

Please include the purpose of your enquiry.