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Empowering Your Mental Health: Welcome to Be Well OT

Welcome to Be Well OT, a mental health occupational therapy practice dedicated to providing compassionate care and evidence-based treatment. Our therapists are committed to promoting the well-being of our clients and providing support to help individuals overcome the challenges associated with mental health disorders, aging, and disability.

At Be Well OT, we believe in a client-centered approach to treatment, recognizing that each individual has unique needs and goals. We specialise in treating a wide range of mental health disorders, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. We also have expertise in working with aging and dementia patients, as well as children and adolescents.

Our therapists use evidence-based practices to help clients develop coping strategies, improve daily living skills, manage stress, and improve communication and socialization. We are dedicated to empowering our clients to take an active role in their own care and providing the support and resources needed to achieve their goals.

We strive to provide a warm and supportive environment where clients can feel safe and comfortable sharing their experiences and concerns. Our practice is committed to making the process of seeking mental health care as comfortable and welcoming as possible.

Thank you for considering Be Well OT for your mental health occupational therapy needs. Please contact us today to learn more about our practice and schedule an appointment.
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Mental health occupational therapists can help adults with mental health disorders by assessing and treating mental health disorders, developing and implementing treatment plans, helping clients manage stress, improving socialization and communication skills, addressing work-related issues, and promoting overall well-being.

They work with clients to improve their mental health, develop coping strategies, and enhance their overall quality of life.



The goal of occupational therapy is to help people of all ages with disabilities to perform daily activities and participate in meaningful roles and activities that are important to them. Here are some ways occupational therapy can help people with disabilities:


Older Persons

Mental health occupational therapists can help aging and dementia patients by developing and implementing treatment plans to improve daily living skills, memory and cognitive function, and communication.

They work with clients to promote independence and quality of life as they navigate the challenges of aging and dementia.

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If you or someone you know could benefit from mental health occupational therapy, don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our team members to today to get the support and care needed.

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what is telehealth occupational therapy?

Telehealth occupational therapy is a great way to access mental health services if you are unable to have in-home or in-clinic appointment – or if you’re more comfortable speaking from the comfort of your own home! We understand not everyone likes attending an actual session, so with our online sessions, you don’t need to worry and can still benefit from talking to one of our mental health occupational therapists.

All you need is a steady internet connection and we’ll send you a link so that at the time arranged, you can join an online meeting with your therapist. We make all the arrangements for you – simple and straight-forward!

What Services Do Occupational Therapists Provide through the NDIS?

Occupational therapists are your partners in lifelong wellbeing and health maintenance. With their incredible skillset across mental health, rehabilitation, pain management, driving assessments and paediatrics, they are dedicated to helping you attain the highest quality of life possible.

They can pursue multiple avenues of support to get you there – from helping you to identify interests and goals that motivate you to modifying daily tasks for a better experience to providing activities that bring out your unique strengths. Furthermore, occupational therapists work with people of all ages – including NDIS participants – to offer tailored solutions that cater to individual needs and desires.

Why Engage A Mental Health Occupational Therapist?

Occupational therapists work with individuals to help them achieve an optimal level of personal, social, and emotional wellbeing.

With a range of life skills such as emotional regulation, self-care, communication and learning, occupational therapists can provide guidance for clients of all ages and ability levels.

Their expertise in these areas allows them to support an individual in customizing the environment around them to positively influence the development of each area—which consequently brings about a positive change in the individual’s overall quality of life. In helping clients with their goals and dreams, they also build strong relationships based on trust and openness.

That is why professionals in this field have become essential members of any health care team on their mission to promote wellbeing in all individuals.

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