Feeling sad or down from time to time is a normal part of life. However, some people experience intense sadness and low mood that is difficult to shake. This is called depression.
People with depression may experience poor sleep, a lack of motivation or interest, and a feeling of emptiness or numbness. These feelings interfere with their daily lives, making it difficult to do things they would otherwise enjoy.
Different people will experience depression in different ways, and as such treatment for depression will vary from person to person.
Our inpatient service is run by an experienced multi-disciplinary team who will provide you with 24 hour care.
We will provide you with a comfortable, stable environment allowing you to focus solely on your recovery.
Through the inpatient service you will have :
The day program for depression is an excellent part of our Sydney mental health clinic.
This program is specifically designed for patients with depression and offers support, psycho-education and skills development to effectively manage symptoms and to improve the quality and enjoyment in life.
Our Mood and Anxiety Disorders Day Program is specifically designed for people with depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. It offers support, psycho-education and skills development to effectively manage symptoms and improve quality of life.
The program covers issues that have been identified by research to be important in the onset and maintenance of mood and anxiety disorders.
These issues include but are not limited to:
The program uses evidence-based therapies as the basis for psychological treatment, which most commonly incorporates a combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. Emphasis is placed on the provision of a warm, supportive and encouraging environment. Click here to learn more.
Our other day programs include:
Ramsay Clinic Cremorne also runs other day programs, including:
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