What is Rubix Supports Therapy?
Rubix Support 1:1 therapy works with people of all ages and disabilities and we welcome people from all backgrounds and identities, including religious, cultural, ethnic, and gender and sexually diverse. Our team of registered and provisional psychologists are committed to providing the highest standard of psychological services based on lived experience and best practice in psychological and disability services.
We work with both the person and those who are important to them to build their strengths and move through difficult or challenging times.
What happens at the first appointment?
The initial session with a psychologist will be different for all individuals. However, in the initial session you and your psychologist will get to know each other. They may also ask some questions about what has brought you to the sessions and will begin to collect some background information which might involve:
By the end of the session, you should have a good idea about how your therapy might look, the length of your therapy and all you need to know about confidentiality and privacy.
A support person may come to the first session if it will make you feel comfortable.
How are sessions funded and what is the breakdown of hours?
Sessions are funded through your NDIS plan and Rubix are able to use the following funding types for your therapy sessions:
The structure of your sessions will be discussed and decided on in your initial session with your psychologist and will either be weekly or fortnightly. They will be up to 50 minutes long, however the psychologist will claim up to 1 hour in total, to allow for preparation and case notes to be completed.