Support, counselling and psychological therapy for adults with symptoms of mild to moderate mental illness, such as anxiety and depression
Mentally Fit Australia uses a wide range of psychological therapies. The Mentally Fit Australia team can work with you to develop your skills and strategies to help you to better manage your thoughts, feelings and actions, skills which you will be able to use throughout your whole life.
The Mentally Fit Australia program can provide you with the structured support that you may need to;
The Mentally Fit Australia works towards helping you;
Mentally Fit Australia provides short term support through sessions with a trained mental health clinician and is suitable for people aged 12 years and over. Sessions are generally held fortnightly and they can be face to face, over the phone or via video conferencing depending on your location.
The Mentally Fit Australia program has been developed to make sure that people who may have traditionally found it difficult to access mental health care are able to receive the support that they need. These groups include, those who are less able to pay fees, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, people experiencing perinatal depression, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people living in rural and remote areas of South Australia.
To access the Mentally Fit Australia program you will need to visit your GP for a referral. They will also complete a Mental Health Treatment plan for you.
Service Locations Ardrossan, Balaklava, Ceduna, Clare, Cleve, Coober Pedy, Elliston, Kadina, Kimba, Maitland, Port Augusta, Port Pirie, Streaky Bay, Whyalla, Wudinna and Yorketown.
Country & Outback Health
Head Office | 12 Chapel Street Port Augusta | 08 8643 5600 | Monday -Friday | 9am-5pm
Country & Outback Health gratefully acknowledges the financial and other support it receives from Country SA PHN and the Australian Government Department of Health.
Country & Outback Health acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.
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