Uniquely tailored support for people with Acquired Brain Injury and other Neurological Conditions
At ONE Rehabilitation our Psychology service provides education and therapeutic supports for you and your family at a time when you may be experiencing difficulties with adjustment, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, and trauma resulting from an acquired brain injury or other neurological condition.
We understand that life after a brain injury can be overwhelming. Our psychologist works with you to develop coping strategies that will help you to feel more hopeful about the future and improve your quality of life.
We work collaboratively with you and your support networks to achieve your rehabilitation goals.
Our Psychology services can assist you to:
- Reduce stress
- Adjust to life with a neurological impairment
- Manage symptoms of anxiety and depression
- Regulate your emotions
- Manage symptoms of PTSD and trauma
- Process grief and set new meaningful goals
Therapy sessions can be held at the ONE Rehabilitation clinic or in your home.
We provide a person-centered approach to ensure each Psychology program is tailored to your individual needs. Our therapists help you to set and achieve your plan and goals.
What is Psychology?
Psychology is the study of the human mind and behaviour. Psychologists are experts in mental health and provide therapies, which help people to overcome emotional and behavioural difficulties that may be impacting on their quality of life.
Reduced stress and anxiety, including for family, partner and/or carer
A stronger sense of belonging and connection
A smoother transition to a life with a neurological impairment
A better understanding of what’s happening to you and of your personal needs
Our PROGRAMS PROVIDE
- Strategies for coping with mental health symptoms
- Psycho-Education about changes to the brain and functional impacts
- Support to increase general wellbeing
- A safe place to grieve and adjust
- Assistance for indviduals, families and key supports
Our Psychology support service is not a crisis support service.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please consider contacting the following 24/7 crisis support services:
Emergency Services: 000
SA Mental Health Triage Service: 13 14 65
Lifeline Australia: 13 11 14
Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467