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One Door developed Health Care in response to the need for recovery-based health services for people with a psychotic illness and their families. Although Health Care can support people with any mental illness, we take pride in being specialists in psychosis and other serious mental health conditions. We understand that these symptoms can be very distressing, and we can help you and your families with the complex needs that can arise from living with mental illness. We can assist with strategies to reduce the distress and help you on your path to recovery.
Our highly qualified and dedicated team can also assist you with other life matters like relationship breakdowns, grief and loss, substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Our Health Care team includes Psychologists, Social Workers, Mental Health Nurses, Exercise Physiologists and Dietitians.
One Door Health Care can provide you with access to bulk-billed health care services to support your mental health and well-being.
To make an appointment with one of our psychologists, dietitians or exercise physiologists, visit your GP and ask for a Medicare-approved mental health care plan or chronic disease management plan, then contact us to make an appointment.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 9199 6143.
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We bulk bill our allied health services to individuals who are eligible through Medicare and are Centrelink concession holders.
To refer a patient use one of the following plans:
Referrals can be sent to:
As an NDIS provider, Health Care offers one:one support for people with an NDIS Plan. These supports are funded under the Improved Health and Wellbeing and Improved Relationships and Counselling categories. The NDIS can be challenging to negotiate so either speak to your support worker, or call us for more information.
Our Psychologists and Social Workers can assist you, if you are living with anxiety, depression, psychosis or other issues that are impacting on your mental health and wellbeing.
The Primary Integrated Care Supports provides clinical mental health services to people who are experiencing severe mental illness and live, work or attend school in the Central and Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network area.
Health Care is a provider of Psychological Support Services for the Central Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network. PSS offers psychological services for people who have a mild to moderate mental llness, but focused on people who have not generally received this service before.
Health Care is a provider of the You in Mind program for the South West Primary Health Network, providing psychological services for people who have a diagnosed mild to moderate mental illness. The services are provided by experienced mental health professionals (maximum of 12 hours per calendar year). Generally, a GP referral is required.
We recognise the strong link between physical and mental health to assist to improve a person’s overall wellbeing and recovery.
We also know that some mental health conditions increase the risk of chronic diseases. Exercise and diet may assist in preventing the onset of these chronic diseases. Our allied health clinicians and multidisciplinary team can assist with the management of these diseases.
A comprehensive individual healthy lifestyle plan can be tailored to your personal diet and exercise goals. Your individualised healthy lifestyle plan is then followed up in individual sessions fortnightly or monthly with the dietitian or exercise physiologist.
Is a healthy lifestyle program which provides fun physical activities, healthy meals, peer support and discussion topics for people living with a mental illness aged 18-65 years.
The Tobacco Free program is a continuous group program that runs weekly for one hour. The program runs for 48 weeks.
We are very proud of our highly qualified and experienced mental health specialists. They are dedicated to providing best practice health care for their clients.
The goal of Mental Health Sports Network (MHSN) is to give people with mental illness opportunities to improve both their mental and physical well being through engagement in sporting activities.
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