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Welcome to Salveo Independence! We are a leading provider of psychologist services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), helping our clients achieve greater independence and improved mental health outcomes. Selecting a Psychologist NDIS provider is a crucial decision. There are many factors to consider, and we understand the complexity of this decision-making process. That's why we're here to make things clearer, simpler, and more straightforward for you.

Achieve Mental Well-being with Salveo Independence: Your NDIS Psychology Services Speclialist

Choosing the Right Approach

Different approaches work for different individuals. Our psychologists are skilled in a range of therapeutic techniques, allowing us to tailor our services to your unique needs and preferences. Whether it’s cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, or psychodynamic approaches, we ensure to apply the method that best suits you. This personalised approach helps us overcome the challenges associated with one-size-fits-all mental health care.

The Salveo Independence Difference

As a committed Psychologist NDIS Provider, we at Salveo Independence place your needs at the centre of our service. We understand the delicate balance between providing quality care and being mindful of budget restrictions, and we work hard to offer the highest quality of care within your NDIS plan's boundaries.

Take the First Step Towards a Brighter Future

Decisions about Psychologist NDIS Providers can be daunting. With Salveo Independence, you have a team of dedicated, experienced, and compassionate professionals ready to help. We’re here to ensure that your journey is as smooth and beneficial as possible.

Ready to learn more about how Salveo Independence can support you? We encourage you to contact us today. 


Our team is ready and willing to answer any questions you might have, to provide further information, and to help guide you through the process of becoming a participant with Salveo Independence.


Don’t navigate the NDIS alone – let Salveo Independence be your guide and companion on your journey towards mental health and independence.

Ready to Begin Your Journey?

Personalised Approach: Each of our clients is unique, and so is our approach. We tailor our therapies to meet your specific needs and goals.

Experienced Team: Our therapists are highly skilled and experienced in working with a range of conditions and communication challenges.

Collaborative Partnership: We believe in working closely with families, empowering them to actively participate in their child's progress and fostering a strong partnership throughout the journey.

NDIS Provider: As a registered NDIS provider, our services are accessible and affordable.
Commitment to Excellence: We are committed to delivering the highest standard of care and helping our clients achieve their communication goals.


Our Psychology service is designed to offer a myriad of benefits for NDIS participants, ranging from enhanced relationships with family and friends to increased involvement in your local community, ultimately enriching your quality of life.

Validity and Reliability:

Reliable assessment tools ensure accurate results, while valid tools measure what they intend to assess. Achieving a balance between reliability and validity can be challenging, but it is crucial to obtain a comprehensive understanding of your child's abilities.

Child-Centered Approach:

A child-centered approach prioritizes your child's unique needs, preferences, and strengths. However, balancing individualisation with standardised assessment procedures can be complex, as it requires personalisation while maintaining consistency.

Collaboration and Communication:

Effective communication and collaboration between professionals, families, and the child are vital for accurate assessments. It is essential to foster a supportive environment where everyone's insights are valued.


Early intervention is critical for maximising your child's developmental potential. However, there may be challenges in conducting assessments promptly due to various factors, such as availability of professionals and scheduling constraints.

  • It is recommended to seek early childhood intervention as soon as you notice any developmental delays or concerns. The earlier the intervention, the better the outcomes for your child.

  • Early childhood intervention and an NDIS plan can work together to support your child's needs. Early childhood intervention focuses on early support and building foundational skills, while an NDIS plan can provide ongoing assistance as your child grows.

  • Our sessions are designed to be interactive and engaging for your child. Our team of professionals will work closely with you to create a personalized plan and implement evidence-based strategies to support your child's development.

  • The best age for early intervention can vary depending on the specific needs of the child. However, it is generally recognised that early intervention services are most effective when initiated as early as possible. The earlier the intervention, the greater the potential for positive outcomes. Remember, every child is unique, and their developmental timeline may differ. Therefore, it is essential to consult with early intervention specialists or healthcare professionals who can provide personalised guidance based on your child's specific circumstances.

  • The coverage for early childhood intervention services may vary depending on your insurance provider. We recommend checking with your insurance company to understand the extent of coverage.

NDIS Early Childhood Intervention Frequently Asked Questions

Our Psychology Services under NDIS

We deliver psychology services under the following NDIS categories:
  • Assistance with daily life

  • Improved relationships

  • Enhanced daily living skills

Every individual we support is unique, and we pride ourselves on tailoring our psychology services to meet your specific needs. 

Our psychology clinicians will conduct a comprehensive clinical assessment to identify the mental health, behavioural, and emotional conditions that may be hindering your progress towards your goals. Following this, they will devise an individualised, evidence-based intervention plan to address these issues.

What mental illness qualifies for NDIS?

The NDIS provides support for a wide range of mental illnesses, including but not limited to:

  1. Depression

  2. Anxiety disorders

  3. Bipolar disorder

  4. Schizophrenia

  5. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  6. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

  7. Personality disorders

  8. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

It's important to note that eligibility for the NDIS is not solely based on a specific diagnosis or mental illness. The scheme considers the impact of the condition on an individual's functional capacity and their ability to participate in daily activities.

Is depression and anxiety covered on NDIS?


Yes, depression and anxiety are eligible for NDIS support. The NDIS recognises the impact of these conditions on an individual's ability to engage in daily activities and achieve their goals. With the right assessment and documentation, individuals with depression and anxiety can access funding for psychological supports and therapies through the NDIS.

At Salveo Independence, we understand the challenges and complexities involved in navigating the NDIS system and finding the right psychologist. Our team of experts is dedicated to helping you make informed decisions and find the best NDIS approved psychologist to suit your needs. We provide personalised guidance, support, and access to a network of qualified professionals who specialise in working with NDIS participants.

Contact us today to speak with one of our knowledgeable consultants who can assist you in your search for an NDIS approved psychologist. Take control of your mental health and let Salveo Independence guide you through the process with care and expertise.

Remember, your mental well-being matters, and we are here to support you every step of the way!

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