Would you like to develop skills and strategies to cope with your mental health difficulties?
Are you having trouble with unstoppable thoughts that tell you negative things?
Are you having trouble with your relationships at home and other areas in your life?
Our clinicians have vast experience in the use of therapeutic interventions like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Functional Recovery and Art Therapy. We can work together on helping you find ways to improve your psychological health and coping mechanisms. Contact us to find out more.
We provide psychological treatment for children, adolescents and families. Our therapies for children, adolescents, young adults and their carers are based upon the principles of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy which is a trauma informed, developmentally focused approach to mental health treatment.
Individual treatments can include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Art Therapy and Sensorimotor (Body Based) Psychotherapy. Our family clinicians will support carers, schools and others involved in the care of the young person. We believe that the individual therapy for a young person is usually not enough to a achieve recovery without support from their carers or changes to their environment.
Our psychological therapy is always supported by a psychiatrist who will be available for consideration of diagnoses, formulation of your history and biological treatments (eg. medications). Our therapists work together as a team; we hold supervised clinical review meetings that ensures you receive the best possible evidence-based care.
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You can call or use webchat if you are feeling suicidal, are affected by suicide or are worried about someone who you think is considering suicide to get support and help. The web chat option does require you to register and create a password, so there are a few steps to this in case this may add to your overwhelm.
If you’re experiencing thoughts of self-harm or suicide:
The Lifeline phone line is available 24/7. Their text line is open midday to midnight and requires you to answer some pre-survey questions to register to use the service. Text: 0477 13 11 14 Webchat is available 7pm-midnight and can be anonymous, there are questions, but they are not mandatory to answer.
For all ages.
If you have difficulties relating to your gender or sexuality, the Q-life service may be able to help.
Q-Life is a free anonymous phone or webchat service run by Switchboard. The service is open 3pm – midnight every day. They do not offer ongoing counselling, rather they can offer support regarding any issues you are having related to gender or sexuality that you would like to discuss anonymously.
- 1800 184 527
- www.switchboard.org.au/qlife for online chat