Our day programs are beneficial if your referring clinician decides you would benefit from being part of a supportive group psychotherapy program, where people help each other by sharing experiences and you can see that you are not alone.
If you have been an inpatient, our day programs can provide additional support while you continue to work on any skills you have learned in hospital with the aim of breaking the cycle of relapse and the need for re-hospitalisation.
Our programs deal with a wide range of issues including:
- Relationship issues
- Low self esteem
- Trauma and conflict
- Unresolved childhood issues
- Grief and life changes
You will learn how to manage your thoughts, feeling and behaviours in a healthy way so you can develop a new understanding of “self” and how you can improve and enhance your quality of life. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, as well as other techniques such as acceptance and mindfulness, are important elements of our day programs.
Some of our programs are for a specific length of time to work on particular skills and issues, while other, such as the Supportive Program, deal with the emotional side of your recovery and provide support for daily living on an ongoing basis.
You will have regular assessments whilst attending the day program and your referring GP or Specialist will receive regular updates regarding your progress.