The Cooinda Mental Health Service has a range of outpatient day programs that are available to treat a range of specific mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder and emotional problems to help restore confidence and wellbeing.
Delivered in a private group setting, attend the regular sessions to receive education, support and treatment to assist with your recovery. Access the support you need and return to the familiarity of your own home each day and feel assured of further support on your path to wellness.
Programs that are currently available include:
The Overcoming Depression Program is designed to help people overcome their low mood and depression and reclaim their lives.
The Overcoming Anxiety Program is a group designed to help people overcome anxiety disorders and reclaim their lives.
The Overcoming Addiction Program designed for individuals who are seeking to abstain or considering abstinence from an addiction. The program uses a framework that is self-empowering and offers a self-reliant approach to recovery.
Trauma Recovery Program - Post-traumatic stress disorder
The Trauma Recovery Program is designed to help guide veterans, and those who experienced significant trauma, through the recovery process.
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy Skills Training Program
The Dialectical Behavioural Therapy Skills Training Program is aimed at helping people learn skills to better tolerate high levels of distress, regulate emotions and improve resilience to ‘negative’ emotions, and be more effective in interpersonal relationships.
Transition to Wellness Program
The Transition to Wellness Program enables patients to receive treatment while remaining in their own home. For some, it may even be an alternative to a hospital admission. The program helps you to build a ‘toolkit’ of techniques and strategies to improve functioning; to increase self awareness; and to help you find your path towards ongoing mental wellness.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is an effective, evidence-based treatment for treatment-resistant depression. TMS stimulates the part of the brain responsible for mood via magnetic fields from a coil placed next to the scalp. Repetitive TMS (rTMS) delivers repeated, rapid pulses during a treatment session. rTMS is used to treat depression and can be offered when patients have not responded to antidepressant medication, prefer to try an alternative to medication, or cannot tolerate antidepressant medications due to side effects.