Recovery Focussed Interpersonal Therapy Group

Interpersonal therapy is a powerful way for people to learn about themselves and their relationships with others by focussing on their social roles and relationships, evaluating specific problems in their lives.

Two people sitting at a desk in a room with a laptop open on the table, with one person smiling at the other.

This group is for people who are looking to work through underlying personality conflicts that produce the compulsion to use drugs as well as overcome feelings of self-contempt, loneliness, alienation, and disengagement.

Benefits of the day program?

This group aims to provide you with the skills to identify, understand and change maladaptive self-defeating styles of being, enable healthier coping skills and reduce self-destructive and hostile behaviours.

When does the program run? 

The program runs weekly, with modules that run over 15 weeks. 

Program format

Group sessions, face-to-face.

Book your place:

To join the group, you will need a referral from your psychiatrist.

This group runs over three modules, running for 15 weeks each module. New participants can join at the beginning of a module. The program is co-facilitated by two clinicians and runs on Fridays from 9:30am to 12:30pm. 

Experience in a group therapy environment is an advantage. If you haven’t participated in group therapy before, a Brief Interpersonal Therapy group program is available. 

Additional information:

For more information please contact our Transitions Team on 03 9773 7000 or fill in the form below and someone will be in contact with you.