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The Wellbeing Program

The Wellbeing Program offers treatment to people with a variety of mental health diagnoses, at different stages of their recovery. It is suitable as an early intervention strategy, a transition from inpatient care back to the community, or to maintain well being, by helping clients build skills to aid their mental health in a socially supportive environment.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety and Depression Program (CBT)

CBT is a therapy that focuses on what people are thinking and how their thoughts and behaviours affect how they feel. The Wyndham Clinic Private Hospital CBT group is aimed at people who struggle with depression and/or anxiety, potentially with negative or worry thought patterns. Or who may have found themselves feeling isolated, withdrawn or lacking confidence in their recovery.

Alcohol & Drug Recovery Program (AOD)

The Alcohol & Drug Recovery Program is designed for people who require support in maintaining abstinence from substances. It aims to introduce and develop skills and knowledge to assist participants to build a rich, full and meaningful life free of substances

Dealing with Distress Program

The Dealing with Distress program helps individuals build competence and confidence in managing distress and surviving crises effectively. The group teaches practical skills to shift unhelpful patterns of thinking, behaviour and emotional responses that lead to distress and get in the way of living life the way you want. Skills are developed both to prevent problems, as well as to increase coping for when problems arise.

Wise Minds – Youth Therapy Program

Wise Minds is a youth therapy group program, which is aimed at people between 17-24 years of age. It draws on a range of therapy skills, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Wise Minds also incorporates art and crafts, discussion and activities. These combined help build skills in distress tolerance, mindfulness, communication relationships, managing emotions, self care, and changing unhelpful thinking and behaviours.