NDIS Psychology

Get access to a someone.health psychologist through the NDIS.
Get access to a someone.health psychologist through the NDIS.

Improve your mental health

The NDIS was created to assist people with a disability in their daily lives, and in turn ease the pressure that family members can often experience in trying to provide enough support to their loved one’s. It’s support that is tailored to an individuals needs, preferences and aspirations. Services are fully funded by the Australian Government. 


Our NDIS psychologists are experienced in providing therapy under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), for Self Managed and Plan Managed individuals. We are passionate about helping participants achieve their NDIS goals so that you are able to live a more enriched and fulfilled life.


To get started you’ll need to submit a Service Agreement request online. 

You’ll need the following info handy: 

Participant contact details

Preferred frequency and number of sessions

Emergency contact person

Carer/Case Manager contact details (optional)

Plan Manager contact details (optional)

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Am I eligible for NDIS funded psychology?

If you meet the following criteria we can help you connect with a telehealth psychologist:

I’m a current NDIS participant with an active plan 

I have access to Improved Daily Living which falls under the Capacity Building funding category

I am able to join a video or phone call to connect with my psychologist

I’m over 8 years of age

What to expect from here

We make scheduling an appointment with one of our NDIS psychologists easy. 

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Step One: Service Agreement

Submit a request for a Service Agreement. This provides you with a transparent guide to receiving support from someone.health.

Step Two: Choose your psychologist

Select from our team of NDIS psychologists who you'd like to see - or just select to see the next available NDIS psychologist. 

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Step Three: Find a Time

Choose a time that works best for you. There are appointments available 7 days a week and you can often book appointments for tomorrow.

Step Four: Attend Your Appointment

You'll receive email & SMS updates about your appointment. Just follow the link provided at the time of your appointment to meet your psychologist. 

Meet our NDIS Psychologists

Xiaoping Zhu

The goal of Xiaoping’s counselling is to assist you to be powered with a series of healthy concepts about your life as well as equipped with a bunch of abilities for all of life’s challenges. With Xiaoping’s counselling, his clients are led to have more awareness about themselves, more confidence to face their challenges and more skills to find solutions.

Emily Foenander

The brave decision to seek therapy can be followed by a range of thoughts and emotions such as anxiety and apprehension. I am dedicated to offering clients a gentle, patient and respectful therapeutic space to enable improved stress management and personal growth. As individuals, we traverse the precious and unpredictable human experience; from despair to hope.

Dajana Bjelosevic

Dajana has 20 years experience as a Psychologist working with a diverse range of clients. She has extensive experience in substance abuse and addictions, depression, anxiety, stress management, adjustment disorder, PTSD and grief and loss.

Teresa Caruso

Teresa’s approach is compassionate, open-minded, and collaborative – she employs various strategies and techniques that will best suit you as an individual. Teresa has broad experience with a range of difficulties including anxiety, OCD, depression, LGBTQ concerns, PTSD, addiction, ADHD, NDIS, eating disorders, grief and loss, stress & anger management, violence or family trauma, personality disorders, career & couples counselling.

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