The Iceberg Foundation

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Psychological Disability

According to The Conversation, there are approximately 63,010 NDIS participants with psychosocial disability, accounting for around 10% of all participants. Majority of these individuals are older, with 83% being over 35 years old, compared to 32% of other NDIS participants. It is important to note that participants with psychosocial disability experience lower employment rates, with only 11% employed compared to 23% of other participants aged 15 to 64. They also face lower levels of social and community engagement compared to other participants.

Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

When it comes to NDIS services, one valuable support available is psychosocial recovery coaching. As an NDIS participant, you may come across this term and wonder what it entails. In this section, we will explore the role of a recovery coach and the qualifications and responsibilities associated with this important position.

Social Work and Counseling

If you are an NDIS participant seeking support and services under the Australian Government’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), it’s important to have a clear understanding of the services available to you and the role of social workers within the NDIS.

Support Workers

As an NDIS support worker, you may encounter various challenges in your role. These challenges can impact your work and the quality of support you provide to individuals with disabilities. It’s important to be aware of these challenges and develop strategies to overcome them effectively.

Age Groups


22 – 59 Years


8 – 16 Years

Early Childhood

0 – 7 Years

Mature Age

60+ Years

Young People

17 – 21 Years

Disabilities Type

  • ABI
  • ADHD
  • Autism
  • Behavioural
  • Early Intervention
  • Hearing Loss
  • Intellectual
  • ODD
  • Stroke


  • Engish


  • CALD

Access Methods

  • Group
  • We Come to you
  • You come to us

Base Service Areas

  • Victoria

Suburbs We Service

No Selected Suburb


About Us

Welcome to The Iceberg Foundation, where our commitment to supporting the LGBTIQA+ and neurodivergent communities sets us apart. At The Iceberg Foundation, we believe in providing a safe, inclusive, and empowering environment where everyone can thrive. Our mission is to foster mental health and well-being through personalized support, advocacy, and innovative programs.

Our Mission

The Iceberg Foundation is dedicated to creating a safe space and providing comprehensive mental health support for LGBTIQA+ and neurodivergent individuals. Our mission is to support and uplift these communities by offering therapeutic services, capacity-building programs, and targeted mental health initiatives. We strive to create a thriving queer community through allyship and by honoring diverse lived experiences.

Our Values

  • Inclusivity: We provide a welcoming environment for individuals of all backgrounds and identities.
  • Empowerment: We empower our clients to take control of their mental health and well-being.
  • Compassion: Our services are grounded in empathy and understanding.
  • Innovation: We continuously seek new approaches to enhance our support services.

Our Story

The Iceberg Foundation was established to address the unique mental health challenges faced by the LGBTIQA+ and neurodivergent communities. Our founders recognized the need for a dedicated organization that provides not only support but also advocates for the elimination of discrimination based on gender and sexuality. This vision has guided us in building a team of passionate professionals committed to making a positive impact.

Our Services

Therapeutic Support

We offer trauma-informed social work, psychology, and counseling services tailored to the needs of our clients. Our therapeutic support aims to address mental health challenges through personalized care and evidence-based practices.

The SELF Model

Our SELF Model is a comprehensive approach to teacher and student well-being, focusing on social, emotional, and learning factors. This model helps create supportive educational environments that promote mental health and resilience.

Elevating the Rainbow Fund

The Elevating the Rainbow Fund supports projects by and for the LGBTIQA+ community. We provide grants and resources to initiatives that aim to improve the lives of queer individuals and promote equality and inclusion.

Capacity Building

Our capacity-building programs are designed to enhance mental health skills for individuals and organizations. We offer targeted training and workshops that equip participants with the knowledge and tools to support mental well-being.

Manaya Pride Program

The Manaya Pride Program offers free mental health services for LGBTIQA+ refugees, asylum seekers, and displaced people. This program provides crucial support for those navigating the challenges of displacement and adjusting to new environments.

Our Approach

At The Iceberg Foundation, we adopt a client-centered approach that prioritizes the unique needs and experiences of each individual. We work closely with our clients to develop personalized support plans that address their specific challenges and goals. Our approach is flexible and adaptive, ensuring that our services remain relevant and effective.

Our Team

Our team at The Iceberg Foundation comprises highly skilled and experienced professionals who are passionate about mental health and inclusivity. From therapists to support workers, every member of our team is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care. We invest in continuous training and development to ensure our team is equipped with the latest knowledge and skills.

Why Choose The Iceberg Foundation?

Choosing The Iceberg Foundation means choosing a partner committed to your mental health and well-being. We offer:

  • Inclusive Environment: A safe space where everyone is welcome.
  • Expert Care: A team of highly trained professionals providing compassionate and effective support.
  • Comprehensive Services: A wide range of programs and services to meet diverse needs.
  • Community Focus: A commitment to fostering a thriving queer community through support and advocacy.


Our clients’ experiences highlight the impact of our services. Here are some testimonials from individuals who have benefited from our support:

  • “The Iceberg Foundation has been a lifeline for me. Their understanding and compassionate care have made a world of difference.” – Alex T.
  • “The capacity-building workshops have equipped me with the tools to support my mental health and advocate for others.” – Jamie L.
  • “I am grateful for the Manaya Pride Program. It has provided me with the support I needed during a difficult transition.” – Samira R.

Our Commitment

At The Iceberg Foundation, we are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of LGBTIQA+ and neurodivergent individuals. We continuously strive to improve our services and uphold the highest standards of care. Our commitment to inclusivity, empowerment, compassion, and innovation drives everything we do, ensuring that our clients receive the best possible support.

Join The Iceberg Foundation Family

We invite you to experience the difference that dedicated, compassionate care can make. Whether you need therapeutic support, capacity-building programs, or comprehensive mental health services, The Iceberg Foundation is here to help. Join The Iceberg Foundation family today and discover how we can support you in achieving your mental health and well-being goals.

For more information about our services and how we can assist you, please contact us. We look forward to serving you and making a positive difference in your life.


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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live and work, we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and we celebrate the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.