- Anger management
- Art therapy
- Gambling addiction
- Bipolar disorder
- Community care program
- Drug and alcohol addictions
- Electroconvulsive therapy
- Mood disorders
- Mother and Baby Unit
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Perinatal mental health
- Personality disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Psychotic disorders
- Schema therapy
- Sensory and writing groups
- Social support groups
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation - rTMS
- Community and youth
Our collaborative art therapy program is offered in a safe and nurturing environment, encouraging you to use your creative imagination through different art mediums such as drawing, painting, collage, clay and other craft activities.
You may participate in structured group therapy led by a qualified art therapist, or take part in arts and craft sessions where you can learn about a variety of techniques and different individual projects.
You do not need to have artistic skill or talent to take part in art therapy and your needs and abilities are taken into account.
Our art therapists work closely with a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses and allied health professionals to help improve your health and wellbeing.
Benefits of art therapy
- Improves mood and general wellbeing
- Builds confidence and raises self-esteem
- Reduces stress
- Increases mindfulness
- Helps you manage behaviours or symptoms
- Helps you identify and communicate feelings
- Improves motor skills and physical coordination
- Allows you to work on interpersonal and social skills.
These benefits depend on your particular circumstances and requires your full participation in your care and management. You should consult a specialist in this area before deciding whether treatment is suitable for you.
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