Psychology improve your Mental Health

At Steps 2 Life, we specialise in providing comprehensive NDIS support to individuals with disabilities in the Sydney area. Our team of highly qualified and experienced professionals are dedicated to ensuring that our clients receive the support they need to live their best lives, and we are committed to delivering the highest quality services that are tailored to the unique needs of each individual. Psychology is a very underrated service, as many people underestimate the ability of this service to help improve their mental well-being and everyday life.

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What is a psychologist?

A trained psychologist is a highly skilled professional who would have completed advanced training in psychology (many of these practitioners would have written a thesis or completed a Masters degree) undergoing many years of study in order to achieve expertise in this field. Our Psychologists can employ a variety of evidence-based strategies and therapies to help people manage the clients symptoms and improve their mental health as they have been extensively trained to assess, diagnose, and treat a variety of mental health issues.

What services can a psychologist provide?

Psychologists can assist people in managing their mental health disorders or behaviours, through a variety of strategies and therapies. These interventions may consist of:

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): CBT is a style of counselling that aims to alter unfavourable thought and behaviour patterns. It is frequently employed to treat depression and anxiety.

Therapy that focuses on the unconscious and prior experiences is called psychodynamic therapy. Trauma and personality disorders are frequently treated with it.

Mindfulness based Therapies: Therapies based on mindfulness, including mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), focus and concentrate on teaching people how to be more present and aware in the moment, which is a common struggle for those with Disorder on the Spectrum such as Autism. They can also aid in the treatment of depression and anxiety for clients.

Family therapy is a type of counselling that concentrates on enhancing communication and resolving disputes within a family setting, as well as, support and help train parents on how to best help and deal with a difficult child. Those who are stressed out about their families or are having relationship problems may find this service to be quite beneficial.

Working with a therapist in a group is what group therapy entails. Those who need peer support or have trouble talking openly in one-on-one treatment sessions may find it useful. 

A professional child education therapist having a meeting with a kid in a family support center.

Why go to a psychologist?

Those who are struggling or experiencing any mental health concerns or those who just want to enhance their mental wellbeing may find that consulting a psychologist is a fantastic first step. A variety of mental health issues can be managed by psychologists, who can also offer evidence-based therapies and strategies to assist patients, reduce their symptoms which may be having a detrimental effect on them, and enhance their quality of life.

At Steps 2 Life, we are committed to assisting people in the Sydney area in achieving excellent mental health or improving their current state of mind, because we recognise how important this is for you. You need look no further than Steps 2 life if you’re looking for top-notch psychological services and interventions. We are committed to assisting you in achieving your mental health objectives, whatever they may be, and our staff of highly qualified psychologists are always accessible to address any queries or issues you may have. To find out more about our offerings and how we can assist you, get in touch with us today or please fill out the simple intake form.