Our popular small groups therapy sessions for people with disabilities and mental illness are now operating face to face and online from our office in Modbury, South Australia. This means that we can now offer support for anxiety, depression, and emotional well-being without being restricted by geographical boundaries. The groups include therapeutic meditations and positive psychology groups and TAM Group.
Nothing makes a human feel more alone than being socially isolated. For many people living with mental illness and disabilities, this social isolation has nothing to do with Coronavirus, although our current climate of self-isolation does not help either. Even before the pandemic, for many people life was a challenge full of emotional ups and downs that tended to undermine even the strongest of desires to build and maintain friendships and relationships.
Although in the past some people have joined various social and interest groups to access social support, this option is no longer available as easily as it was in the past. This means that many peiople has limited opportunity to enjoy the benefits of social interaction, and companionship. For many, the feeling of loneliness and despair is becoming an everyday occurrence. Struggling with daily anxiety, depression, and chronic lack of confidence many people have isolated themselves even further and given up on their goals, dreams, and aspirations.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. We can re-connect once again in a friendly, supported, therapeutic athmosphere, either face to face or online. Our group therapy sessions can offer social support, companionship, and therapy to aid our emotional wellbeing.
The TAM Group Program, Therapy, and Movement for Self Improvement is one of the most important offerings we have ever developed because it helps people who face anxiety, depression, and mental illness to develop greater confidence, skills, and strategies to constructively manage the fluctuations of their emotions, enabling them to improve their emotional wellbeing and connect with other people.
And this rewarding and enjoyable process all takes place within the supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere of a therapeutic group.
In every group session group participants practice a wide range of contemporary relaxation, guided visualization, and mindfulness strategies to facilitate their interpersonal and emotional growth. These strategies assist them in addressing anxiety, depression, and mental health challenges. The participnts learn how to regulate their thoughts and emotions in a way that is more beneficial to their emotional wellbeing.
In our Group Program provided from our clinic at Modbury South Australia, all participants are supported to develop their personal resources in:
The TAM Programs begins with a 1-hour preliminary session, which is usually conducted at our clinic in Modbury, South Australia or the candidates’ home if located within the Adelaide metropolitan area. During the preliminary session the group program is explained, individual situations are discussed, therapy goals are identified and recorded together with the participant.
A therapy support plan report is completed and includes information on identified therapy goals, how they will be achieved and measured.
The individual progress is assessed in the third and sixth session with final outcome report completed at the end of the TAM program.
In summary, each 2 hour group session consists of 2 individual and 10 group sessions. The groups are held on a fortnightly basis. For NDIS participants 2 reports are completed during that period of time
You can also book our initial, complimentary therapy discovery session to discuss this and other programs in a more detail. This link will assist you to RESERVE YOUR BOOKING
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