Do you provide a virtual service to people outside of Sydney?
Yes, we provide a national service thanks to video conferencing (Microsoft Teams and Zoom).
Do you offer after-hours psychosexual therapy services?
Yes, we offer 6pm, 7pm or 8pm sessions on Wednesday or Thursday nights. Many of our clients are working or have young children, and we understand the privacy you need to actively participate in this service.
Will you travel rural or interstate?
Yes, we can coordinate travel on a case-by-case basis, pending funding available for provider travel.
Can you provide services to people under the NDIS?
Yes, for both social work and psychosexual therapy. However, we only see people who are “self-managed” or “plan managed”. We provide a service agreement, and after it is signed and returned, we can invoice directly to the plan manager, or to you if you prefer.
How can we get funding for psychosexual therapy into an upcoming NDIS plan?
Like all things with the NDIS, services are more likely to be funded when they are linked to a participant goal.
Some examples of goals might include:
– explore your sexuality following injury, illness or disability,
– understand, explore and engage in the sexual activities of your choosing.
– develop the social skills to engage in navigating dating and establishing new relationships.
– maintain your general, emotional and/or mental health and wellbeing, etc…
Some planners do not understand how your disability is related to sexuality. If you have a neurological injury, ensure you mention the “central role of the spinal cord and brain in sexual functioning, and the nature of neurological injury/illness means your changed sexual functioning is a direct result of your injury/illness.”
We utilise funding under “Capacity Building: improved daily living” specifically on the price guide we use this code: