Top Group Therapy For Depression In Melbourne & Brisbane

Depression affects a person’s mood and outlook on life which can impact their mental and physical well-being. This may generate feelings of fear, anger, hopelessness and more which impacts the ability of the individual to complete their daily tasks and responsibilities. Some might also experience difficulty with sleep. Group therapy for anxiety and depression is often considered an effective method of treatment. This is where Kayda Care steps in. Counselling sessions are offered by our qualified therapists in Melbourne and Brisbane. We provide interpersonal psychotherapy for depression to several people in each of our sessions in order to improve their quality of life. Our specialists will have face-to-face meetings to assess issues and formulate an action plan to help you.

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Our NDIS Group Therapy Includes:

  1. Psychoeducational groups:

    Psychotherapy sessions support NDIS participants facing depression by educating them about the issues or conditions they are facing and giving a variety of effective methods to cope. This therapy is effective for substance use disorder, anxiety, or phobias.

  1. Skills development groups:

    This therapy improves the skills that participants need to cope with certain mental conditions. We focus on strengthening the individual’s behavioural and cognitive skills to help them look at situations in a positive light.

  1. Cognitive behavioural groups:

    This focuses on restructuring an individual’s thinking patterns that lead to negative behaviours. We identify the triggering factors and then proceed to design a solution.

  1. Support groups: 

    At Kayda Care, we help people to make significant life changes, such as coping with the loss of a loved one, and more. Our clients are provided with acceptance, love and encouraged to stay positive. Connecting with others in the same position via our group counselling for depression, opportunities to share struggles and solutions with our therapists there to assist can help their situation.

  1. Interpersonal process groups:

    This specific model of interpersonal therapy for depression groups strives to promote positive changes in an individual’s interpersonal and social relationships. Meeting and helping each other helps in bringing about a significant change.

How Can Our Group Therapy Help You With Anxiety & Depression?

Group sessions for depression will provide plenty of advantages as NDIS participants may benefit from group cohesion and interaction. This instils self-confidence and offers encouragement, empathy, understanding, and support. Though friends and family care and provide support, they may not have the same level of understanding as others who are going through the same experiences. Our therapists and the group can collectively contribute to improving their state of mind in the following ways:

  • Learn from others’ experiences and discover solutions through proper support

  • Therapists assist in various was such as acknowledging struggles and encourage the progress toward their goals

  • Meeting other people and seeing them working through similar issues helps people realise that they are not alone

  • Group therapy helps to impart information among the members and develop interpersonal skills. This will also enable him to learn how to accept criticism.

  • Group therapy for depression helps improve self-esteem and confidence via continuous support and reassurance

Why Trust Kayda Care for Group Therapy?

Kayda Care has a team of dedicated professionals who can offer expert assistance to help combat depression and anxiety via our group therapy sessions. We are trained to respond with empathy and navigate through the problems faced by our clients to find effective solutions to improve their mental wellbeing. If you are looking for group therapy services across Melbourne and Brisbane, call our team on 0477 200 010 or drop us an email at kristyfarndell@kaydacare.com.au.