Everyone feels worried or stressed from time to time. Usually, those feelings fade when a stressful situation has passed. However, some people experience overwhelming feelings of worry, for no particular reason, that can make it difficult to cope with daily life. This is called anxiety.
Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia, affecting around one in every four people.
Our inpatient service is run by an experienced multi-disciplinary team, offering you 24 hour care. We provide a comfortable, stable environment allowing you to focus on your recovery.
Please contact us for more information on inpatient care.
The CBT program is designed to provide ongoing support in developing and maintaining strategies to manage symptoms of Depression and Anxiety. It is based on a well-researched psychoeducational treatment approach and is run weekly by fully trained psychologists or social workers.
This group is designed for people who have difficulties managing:
This program teaches effective strategies to use and also provides a forum to share with others in a similar situation. It provides an opportunity to see that you are not alone in the way that problems affect you and you are able to develop a sense of connectedness with other group members.
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