Recovering with Mental Illness.
Dedicated to Providing the Best In-Home & Community Support.
You are not alone. NDIS guidance & support through your mental health journey.
Michael understands that each individual's journey to recovery is a deeply personal process, as well as being related to an individual's community and society. A common aspect of recovery is said to be the presence of others who believe in the person's potential to recover, and who stand by them. Recoverlife is committed to increasing participants involvement with people in their community.
Recoverlife will nurture your hope, a sustainable belief in oneself, and a willingness to persevere through uncertainty and setbacks. A durable sense of Identity is often an outcome of my sessions. Recoverlife sessions will offer opportunities to develop healthy coping strategies and meaningful belief systems that foster optimal development of personal resources.
Hello, I provide Recoverlife services in local therapy rooms, your own home, or public spaces of your choice
Increase self-knowledge & emotional acceptance
Develop personal resources to manage symptoms
Improve daily living & life skills
Increase social & community participation
Skill development in a group
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“I can honestly say, without Michael's support I would not be here today. He never judged me and always knew how to put my feelings into words. I was supported by Michael for two years. He helped me find meaning in my life again”
Lyndell, Thornside Redlands
“Very good counsellor. Helped me work through my Issues when I was confused, I felt that I could trust him and was very professional and supportive”
Krystle, East Brisbane
“Always consistent and reliable. I have been let down in the past by support workers but Michael was always there to assist with my support plan”
“Michael understood me and could empathise. I was seeing a psychologist at the same time but found Michael to be practical in finding solutions to my relationship problems. Paul really opened up to him .”
Michelle & Paul Capalaba