Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

We’re here to make your NDIS journey as smooth as possible. We understand the difficulties that can come with navigating the complex system of disability support, and we have a proven track record of helping clients find their voice in matters that affect them.

My DSS is here to help you navigate the complex government systems, so that you can focus on your recovery.

We provide Support Coordination, Psychosocial Recovery Coaching and Plan Management services. By staying focused on navigation and administrative services, we support our clients to effectively orientate the complex government systems.

We will act as your primary NDIS Service provider by helping you understand your Plan, have your voice heard in matters that affect you, and exercise informed decision-making to enable choice and control over your NDIS Plan.

Psychosocial Recovery Coaching.

What is a Psychosocial Recovery Coach?

Recovery means being able to live a purposeful and meaningful life. The My DSS recovery coach can help you with this.

A recovery coach is an NDIS funded worker that has mental health knowledge, and they will spend time with you and people important to you to get to know you and understand your needs. They’ll help you find out about different services and supports, and how these can help you. They’ll also help you get support from mental health services. They’ll help you better understand the NDIS, too!

You can choose a recovery coach with lived experience—a person who has their own lived experience of mental ill health and recovery. A recovery coach with lived experience uses their own lived experience as a resource for their work, so they not only have knowledge about what it’s like to be in a crisis but also about what works for getting through one successfully.

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What to look for in a Psychosocial Recovery Coach.

When it comes to mental health, it’s important to find someone you can talk to about what you’re going through. A good recovery coach will be able to connect you with other services and supports and help you develop a plan for moving forward.

Here are some things to look for in a psychological recovery coach:

  1. Someone you feel comfortable talking with about your mental health issues and treatment options.
  2. Background information on the organisation or individual providing the service. Ask what kind of experience they have working in this field, and if they have any connections or networks that might benefit you (e.g., connections with other services).
  3. The ability to interact in a way that works for you. For example face-to-face meetings or meetings at a park or other location that you’re comfortable with.
Psychosocial Recovery Coach
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How My DSS Psychosocial Recovery Coaching can help?

Psychosocial Recovery Coach can support you with your recovery. Recovery means being able to live a purposeful and meaningful life.

Our Recovery Coach will help you:

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