Recovery Coaching for Psychosocial Disability.

Recovery Coaching for Psychosocial Disability.

At Mental Health Journey Australia, we support you on your road to recovery with the guidance of our Recovery Coaches.  Our team are highly experienced in working with Psychosocial disability.

We understand everyone has unique life experiences. That’s why we partner with you to develop a tailored recovery plan to meet your individual requirements. Our aim is to help you achieve your goals by understanding your specific wants, needs, and challenges.

Mental Health Journey Australia provides Recovery Coaching for NDIS participants with a Psychosocial disability anywhere in Australia. 

NDIS Support Team.

Psychosocial Recovery Coach.

A Psychosocial Recovery Coach is an individual with coaching experience and knowledge of mental health challenges. Drawing from their own lived experience, your Recovery Coach understands the importance of guiding you in all the right areas. They work with you, your carers, your family, and your other services to ensure your Recovery Plan is implemented and has the best chance of success.


With your Recovery Coach by your side, they will assist you with tasks large and small such as:

  • Improving social and community engagement
  • Enhancing your overall health and wellbeing
  • Re-connecting with friends and family
  • Accomplishing daily living tasks
  • Taking back control of your life


Mental Health Journey Australia is biannually audited to ensure we continue to deliver our services in compliance with the NDIS requirements. Specific areas of an audit include:

  • Implementation of NDIS policies and procedures
  • Compliance with the NDIS Practice Standards
  • Employee screening requirements

This means you can have confidence in knowing our team are all qualified and will provide you the guidance and support you need and deserve.

Mental Health Journey Australia’s Privacy Policy also guarantees your information and details are kept secure.


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports individuals with a disability, as well as their families, and carers. The NDIS provides support to people with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive, and psychosocial disability.

A significant number of Australians are not provided the funds and support they need; this is where NDIS helps. Within the next 5 years, the NDIS will provide more than $22 billion in funding per year to an estimated 500,000 Australians who have permanent and significant disability. For many people, it will be the first time they receive the disability support they need.

The NDIS is administered by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).

If you are aged between 7 and 65 years, if you are an Australian Citizen, permanent resident, or have a special category visa, if you have a permanent and significant disability, if you use special equipment for a permanent and significant disability, if you need some support now to reduce your future needs, you may be eligible for NDIS.

The NDIS helps you get the support you need so your skills and independence improve over time. This is with the support and guidance of a Level 3 Specialist Support Coordinator, or Recovery Coach.

If yourself, your child, or your loved one is born with or acquires a significant disability, the NDIS gives you peace of mind knowing you will get the support you need.

For further information about your eligibility for the NDIS, visit the NDIS website

If you meet the criteria and would like to apply you can:

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is a government organisation which administers the NDIS. They ensure Australians with a significant and permanent disability, their families, and carers, receive the support and funding they need.

Find out more about mental health in the workplace.


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