From Behaviour Support to Trauma Counselling

ATS are NDIS Registered Providers, and we do private work with a wide range of clients.

The NDIS allows participants of the Scheme to access our services under the guidelines of funding. We have developed a number of tailored solutions for people with disabilities and mental health concerns. As specialists in this area our work adapts counselling, psychotherapy, psychology, education, and other methods to individual needs and capacity.

Assessment and offering suggestions for treatment and support planning have become central to our work, and helps to inform many client’s NDIS planning. Addressing complex needs is often part of this work.

We have taken on many psychometric and educational tools for assessment like the ABAS 3. These may assist with diagnostic observations and in some cases may inform funding programs that request assessments.

Clients across these areas from Scheme to private interests access counselling, psychotherapy, trauma therapy, grief and loss counselling, couple counselling, and other specialist methods like clinical hypnotherapy.

Contact us via our contact page form with questions.

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