Psychosocial recovery coaching is a unique support for individuals who suffer from mental health issues. A psychosocial recovery coach is unique within the NDIS because they are specialists in mental health and peer work and work with participants to navigate the NDIS and their care plans. Essentially, psychosocial recovery coaching is an NDIS support that helps individuals living with a psychosocial disability reconnect to their community and the world. As a mental health specialist, a psychosocial recovery coach helps people with a psychosocial disability to reclaim their identity, cope with triggers, and build confidence in social situations. The benefits include individualization of support, increased self-efficacy, greater social integration skills, and improved mental health outcomes. The NDIS can fund this integral support and is added to your NDIS plan or replace the budget for your support coordinator if your primary diagnosis is that of a psychosocial disability.