NDIS Psychology

Collaborative psychological support for self-managed & plan managed NDIS Participants.

Who we are

AXIS is a service provider with over 20 years of experience supporting people to improve their functioning and quality of life through psychological and physical intervention. We help NDIS participants who require ongoing psychological support. We have a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Our psychologists have a special interest in Health Psychology and have completed specific training to understand the relationship between physical and mental health. We are experienced in collaborating with people to increase their ability to function in their daily life despite the limitations of disability, injury or illness.  

Our psychologists

Our team of psychologists offer support for self-managed and plan managed NDIS participants. We work collaboratively with people living with disability. We work to support individuals and their families through evidenced based, person-centred care.    

We know each Participant’s needs are different so we offer a collaborative preliminary phone consultation to best understand how we can support you/the Participant.  

We offer: 

  • Individual intervention and counselling (in person, in home or via telehealth) 
  • Capacity and skill building/Training  
  • Adjustment to disability support 

Currently, there is no waitlist!  

*Note that services are only accessible under self or plan-managed plans 

Fees

Psychological Services with a general Psychologist – $214.40 per hour

The team

Sarah Walsh

Sarah Walsh

Health Psychologist

BBehSc, BPsySc(Hons), MAppPsych(Health)

Practices from: Brisbane CBD

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Qualifications and Training 

Full registration as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) 

Endorsement as a Health Psychologist with AHPRA 

Master of Applied Psychology (Health) from the University of Queensland 

Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) from Australian Catholic University 

Bachelor of Behavioural Science from the University of Queensland 

As a Health Psychologist with more than 8 years experience, Sarah understands how to navigate the relationship between physical and psychosocial health to help improve overall functioning. As a AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor and Clinical Lead she supports our team of psychologists.

Chris McCarthy

Chris McCarthy

Psychologist

BSocsci (Psych) MOrgPsych MAPS

Practices from: Brisbane CBD, Jindalee, Mount Gravatt

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Qualifications and Training 

Full registration as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) 

Master of Applied Psychology (Industrial & Organisational) from  Griffith University

Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (Honours) from the University of Sunshine Coast 

Chris is a psychologist skilled in offering interventions to support increasing individual’s capacity, whether it be motivation, self-esteem, confidence, stress management or improving communication. Chris’ training in organisational psychology helps him to understand the role of psychological factors in building resilience to increase engagement in community and vocational settings.

Danielle Mahoney

Danielle Mahoney

Provisional Psychologist

BPsySc(Hon), MPsych(Health)

Practices from: Brisbane CBD, Aspley

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As a Provisional Psychologist Danielle is dedicating her training to learning about holistic, and person-centred interventions to assist people with major life transitions and adjustments in physical and psychological functioning. She is currently undertaking a Master of Psychology (Health).

Georgia Young

Georgia Young

Provisional Psychologist

BPsySc(Hon), MPsych(Health)

Practices from: Brisbane CBD, Gold Coast

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As a Provisional Psychologist Georgia has trained in providing support to people living with chronic health conditions. She understands the psychological impact of disability and changes in functioning on individuals and their support/family systems. She is currently undertaking a Master of Psychology (Health).

When and Where?

Moreton Bay to Gold Coast. West to Ipswich.

We come to you in the comfort of your own home or visit one of our Satellite Clinics:

280 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
(Brisbane CBD Head Office)

16 Amazon Place, Jindalee
(At DFO, Inside Goodlife Gym)

2084 Logan Rd, Mt Gravatt
(Inside Goodlife Gym)

Shop 2, 59 Albany Creek Rd, Aspley
(Inside Hypermarket Medical Centre)

Level 4, 2 Promethean Way, Robina
(Inside Bond Institute of Health and Sport)

Telehealth is also available.

Client types

Adults | Older Adult | Organisation

Therapeutic Approaches

  • ACT
  • Humanistic
  • Schema Therapy
  • CBT
  • Mindfullness-based cognitive therapy