Assessments

Urzi Psychology offers a range of psychometric assessments by qualified practitioners who can deliver empirically based evidence necessary for NDIS applications or NDIS reviews. These assessments are crucial for highlighting areas of concern, deficits, and invaluable recommendations for future service delivery. Some of the many psychometric assessments include:

  • Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children – (WISC IV)
  • Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale – (WAIS IV)
  • Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2)
  • Conors Rating Scale 3

Urzi Psychology commonly assesses for some of the following clinical diagnoses:

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Personality Disorders
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

In addition to clinical assessment, Urzi Psychology is able to offer its clients clinical letters of support/evidence required for NDIS funding at a review stage or change of circumstance, applications for companion cards and disability support pension.

Horticultural Therapy

The Farm Program consists of three different therapy options, Art, Music and Plant therapy. The Plant Therapy was created to introduce and educate our clients about the importance of sustainable living and the impact these actions can have on their mental health. With a greenhouse, many fruit trees and garden beds our clients can get their hands dirty, learn some important values and inspire other people to do the same. There are also music and art sessions available for the participants with each program being overseen by a qualified therapist in that field.

Plant Based Cooking Program

This is farm to plate at its best. Run by a professional plant-based chef, the cooking class is a fully interactive cooking workshop for our clients. All the recipes are chosen and inspired by the clients, they choose the meals they would like to learn to cook and eat. Hosted at a long table so no one feels left out The Chef will lead the class and ask volunteers to join them in preparing the meal. Participants are encouraged to create their own recipe journal from the recipes and food they have created, taking photos of their creations along the way. These classes help have never been more important in the current climate of intermittent forced isolation. Helping to bring people together in social groups to build relationships in a therapeutically controlled environment can only have positive returns for our clients. 

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