Psychosocial Recovery Coaching
C.A.R.E Psychosocial Recovery Coaches provide support to individuals with psychosocial disability. We work together to build capacity and resilience in everyday life and develop trusting respectful relationships with our clients. Through skilled and empathetic coaching, we encourage and support participants to live a full and contributing life. Psychosocial Recovery Coaches also provide support and assistance to family members, helping them to understand the challenges that their loved one may be experiencing.
We work collaboratively with participants, their families, carers and extended support team to design an individualised recovery plan that reflects the participant’s needs. C.A.R.E’s Psychosocial Recovery Coaching is purposely designed to anticipate and maintain engagement when support needs increase due to the episodic nature of mental illness.
Roles and Responsibilities.
- Develop a robust recovery-enabling relationship.
- Provide advice and support to the participant and family members to nurture and maintain close, respectful relationships.
- Support ongoing engagement with the NDIS.
- Coaching to increase motivation, strengths, resilience, and decision-making abilities.
- Provide coaching to increase recovery skills and personal capacity.
- Empower participants to make informed decisions for their care.
- Support participants to build the capacity to manage day-to-day activities.
- Collaborate with the broader system of support and extended treating teams.
We provide psychosocial recovery coaching to individuals diagnosed with progressive conditions such as:
- Multiple System Atrophy (MSA)
- Motor Neurone Disease (MND)
Participants direct their own path to recovery while C.A.R.E’s Psychosocial Recovery Coach provides strategies that facilitate life-enhancing change, helping people to reach their fullest potential.
Contact us on 0428 802 077 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.