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Psychosocial Recovery Coaching
(In person / Telehealth Perth, Western Australia or Telehealth Regional & Interstate)
What Is a Psychosocial
A psychosocial recovery coach is a service designed to support individuals with a psychosocial disability to take more control of their lives and to better manage the complex challenges of day to day living. This service is available to NDIS particpants and Private clients diagnosed with a psychosocial disability
3 Benefits Of A Recovery Coach...
Regain control of your life & build resilience
Find new meaning & Lead a fulfilled life
Increase your sense of self worth & find happiness
You will need to be self managed or plan managed and have a Psychosocial Recovery Coach factored into your current NDIS plan to access Psychosocial Recovery services. If you are unsure, I would be happy to help you determine whether or not you are eligible for a Pyschosocial Recovery Coach.
Travel to, from & between clients is not charged for both private clients and NDIS participants.
You can cancel an appointment if you notify by email, call or text no later than 3pm the day before your appointment. I will either redirect my time into administration, should there be no administration required I will not charge providing you notify prior to 3pm. If you notify after 3pm, the full amount will be charged, however I will try to fill that time with administration on your account.
I ask for a 2 week notice of cancellation so I can offboard your services appropriately, handover to anyone stepping in to that role and to tie up any loose ends. It will also be a time for us to make sure that ending our agreement is in your best interest.
If we commence a recovery coacing agreement and you no longer think we are the right fit, I would be happy to spend time organising a new recovery coach that is the right fit. You have all the choice and control when it comes to any service provider.
When we first meet together we will decide how your NDIS budget for pyschosocial recovery coaching will be allocated. You will know exactly how many hours will be used and what they will be used on. We will check in with the budget every 90 days to make sure we are on track or to make the necessary adjustments. This is your funding and you are completely in control with how it is spent.
I use a program called Clockify that records the minutes and hours that I use for report writing, updating support networks, doctors or when I am sourcing resources for you. You can ask to see this report anytime.
Whether you are self or plan managed, or are on the disability pension but don't have NDIS funding qualify for the concession rate. Private clients who don't have any concession or NDIS funding are charged at the full hourly private rate listed on my services page
You will be able to reach me via phone, text, or email during business hours. We will have an emergency process set up should you need urgent care outside of my working hours.
My coaching service is a structured coaching program that is delivered with flexibility, meaning we can go as fast or as slow as you need. I use a combination of a traditional and dynamic coaching techniques along with my learned and lived experience in mental health and with the NDIS
I have been in the industry professionally for 11 years and personally for 20 years overseeing the care for 3 siblings and playing a vital role in their psychosocial recovery.
I offer mobile and virtual coaching - our sessions together will depend on your NDIS budget, location and personal preference of how you would like your sessions to be delivered.
Yes, we can do phone, video or face to face or a combination of them.
CLIENT CENTERED Services
Each client will have their own individualised service plan from the list below to suit their needs
Louise Evans is a certified mindset results & neuro nutrition coach and is the founder of the Identity Coach, specialising in helping people master their mindset and maximise their potential through neuroplasticity
Having studied and worked in the field of personal transformation for 11 years, as well as overseeing the care of 3 vulnerable siblilngs for 20 years, Louise now delivers a Psychosocial Recovery Coaching service with both lived & learned experience.
Louise has helped people from all walks of life to realise their version of success and happiness.
Louise is an in-demand coach, she is passionate about people, and helping them empower themselves to create the life they deserve.
What do you love about being a recovery coach?
The reason I am so passionate about coaching is because of the techniques I have used on myself, my family and other clients and I love to see these techniques in action and actually work. The techniques I use have been delivered over 50,000 times and it never stops amazing me at how powerful our minds can be when we take control and direct them down a path that fulfills us.
How do you keep up to date in your role?
Every month I participate in professional development for traditional and dynamic coaching techniques. Every 3 years, I refresh my mental health first-aid certificate. Every year I attend refreshers on neuroplasticity training and nutritional psychiatry, and I also attend as many NDIS provider-run events to keep my knowledge of the NDIS current.
Are there any tools or resources you will use with me as a part of your coaching service?
Yes, apart from the traditional, dynamic and nutritional coaching I also have an 88 page work book (that is completely optional). I also access mental health services and I am also continually sourcing private health systems that are registered with the NDIS.
Start Here: with a no pressure chat
CS1 - had been in and out of the hospital in his youth due to his poorly managed mental health diagnosis. CS1 was a very talented and motivated person in his youth and felt like being in his 40’s that it was too late to live a fulfilled life. Implementing recovery coaching CS1 is an active member of the community with interests and hobbies he thought he would never pick up again
case study - #1
CS2 had a history of drug and alcohol-related challenges. He wanted to look at his health and nutrition but didn’t know where to start. He felt like there was too much information to decipher and would get overwhelmed and become unmotivated, make poor food choices, and sink further into depression. Implementing some nutritional coaching CS2 sparked a passion for healthy eating and started cooking healthy meals for everyone in his home.
case study - #2
CS3 - living at home with her mother, CS3 was experiencing frustration, anxiety, and depression and was having difficulty expressing her wants, needs, and desires. Ultimately CS3 had a
goal to live independently away from her family home. Not reaching this goal was causing increasing re-lapses of behavioural outbursts. By implementing some recovery coaching, CS3 could detangle her thoughts and put a plan together to successfully move into her own independent home. Within 6 months of making the decision and taking supported actions, CS3 is now living a happy, independent life with support in her own home.
case study - #3
CS4 was experiencing a high level of anxiety that would exhaust him before he even got out of bed. This was causing depression as he became lost about his future. He felt like he wouldn’t ever be able to work, have friendships or have an overall healthy outlook on life. After implementing the coaching program and accessing services in the community, he was able to decrease his anxiety and depression to be able to work on a part-time basis in an industry he is passionate about.
case study - #4
before you decide on any coach, meet them in person to make sure they're the right one for you.
nearly 1 in 2 (46%) Australians aged 16–85 had experienced a mental illness during their lifetime, you are not alone...
The National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing