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Links to Wellbeing

Links to Wellbeing provides counselling and support services with an experienced mental health clinician for people who are experiencing mental illness.

See the brochure for more information

This free service offers six psychological intervention sessions that can include a number of services - these are outlined below. There is the possibility of a further six sessions after a review with your GP.

Links to Wellbeing mental health professionals can include psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists and social workers. We work with you to determine the best fit for you.

This service does not provide medical or legal reports e.g. for Centrelink, WorkCover, Return to Work SA, or the courts.

What are psychological interventions?

Psychological interventions are therapies that clinicians use to help people develop skills to manage symptoms that concern them. We work with you to develop these strategies and support you to apply them.

Interventions can include:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Relaxation and skills training
  • Interpersonal therapy
  • Psycho-education

 

We encourage you to be fully involved in planning your treatment and support you to practice strategies between sessions.

Enquiries and referrals: 08 8326 3591
Manager: Mary-Jane Honner
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4/118 Main South Road
Morphett Vale SA 5162

 

Anyone can book appointment times directly their clinician. We also have a text service to remind you of your appointment.

Service hours:
Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Closed public holidays

The council areas participating in the program are: Adelaide, Burnside, Campbeltown, Holdfast Bay, Marion, Mitcham, Norwood/Payneham/StPeters, Onkaparinga, Prospect, Unley, Walkerville and West Torrens.

Links to Wellbeing is a consortium commissioned by the Adelaide PHN and run in partnership between Neami National (lead agency), Mind Australia, Mental Illness Fellowship South Australia and Uniting Care Wesley Bowden.