Mental Health & NDIS


Psychosocial disabilty describes the effect on daily living some mental health issues can have. A psychosocial disabilty can make everyday tasks much harder to complete such as banking, dealing with large crowds, or even taking care of yourself. These difficulties can become serious and lasting problems that are hard to manage alone.

DMI psychologist use what is called a “bio-psycho-social” approach. This approach recognises that your body affects your brain,and your brain affects your relationships. We know it is hard to balance these things when multiple problems are interacting with each other. Our services are designed to support you biologically, psychologically, and socially, bringing balance back into your live.


NDIS supports people with a disabilty. The goal is to increase indepedence for interdepedence: freedom with yourself helps you become a part of the community. The NDIS gives the opportunities to certain people who qualify. People meeting criteria to access NDIS services are known as “participants”.

Want to apply to become a participants? Follow the NDIS guide here.

What does NDIS Cover ?

if you are a NDIS participants and have NDIS plan in place, you will receive funding to help you access the support you need to achieve your goals.

A NDIS planner will meet with you to discuss your goals, needs, and to make sure you get enough funding for your support and plan.

NDIS pays for services provided by DMI Psychology. So, we don’t need to charge you any additional fees. Need help in accessing the NDIS? Connect with us. We would be delighted to assist you.