Strength and Resilience Program

The Strength and Resilience Program has been specifically designed for individuals to gain a deeper understanding of dysfunctional patterns of behaviour within interpersonal relationships.

Available as part of our

Day Patient Programs Core Program

About The Program

At South Pacific Private we understand the value of building and maintaining healthy relationships and how important they are in supporting a persons’ mental wellbeing.

Participants will gain a unique insight into how their behaviour impacts others, and how others’ behaviour impact them. Building on Yalom’s guiding principles of group therapy through the installation of hope and universality amongst others, participants will have the opportunity to build personal awareness and improve relationships by learning how to deal with interpersonal differences and conflicts in a more helpful manner.

The program is facilitated by skilled therapists who have trained in process orientated groups and are attuned to the interpersonal dynamics that arise within the group environment.

Half Day
In Person
Individuals in Recovery
Major Health Funds and Self Payment

At South Pacific Private We Will Be With You Every Step Of The Way

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Program Content

  • Develop and improve communication skills and learn to engage in fun, healthy social experiences
  • Encourage exploration of emotional and interpersonal conflicts, confrontation about denial and harmful behaviours
  • Opportunity for group members to explore their own change process
  • Discussion about personal responsibilities and limit-setting and boundaries
  • Address unresolved trauma and early childhood experiences
  • Learning to face adversity without relying on an addictive process and/or harmful/unhelpful behaviours

Who Is It For?

The program is specifically tailored to individuals who have maintained consistent recovery from addictive substances and behaviours and / or mood and anxiety-related disorders for a minimum of six months. Clients must be open to receiving targeted feedback from both the group members and therapists around their interpersonal behaviours and a willingness to change the behaviour to foster improved interpersonal relationships.


Most major health funds will cover the Strength and Resilience Program. Clients can claim via their private health fund if sufficient hospital cover is held. Please note all funds have different rules. We accept self-funded payments.

The full cost of the program for self-funded is $180 per session.

For more information please contact our Intake Team here and they can arrange a health fund check and determine any out-of-pocket excess or gap expenses.

Program Delivery

The Strength and Resilience Program is available:

  • In person, 1 half day session, per week for 8 weeks

Contact our Intake team here for a full list of days and times available.

How To Get Started

Clients completing their inpatient treatment at South Pacific will be referred into the Strength and Resilience Program by their treating psychiatrist.

For ex-clients who have completed the inpatient program within three months, an assessment and psychiatric review, if required, will be arranged prior to the commencement of the program.

For new clients, please request a referral from your psychiatrist or GP. An assessment, if required, will be arranged prior to the commencement of the program.

Our intake team is available to answer your questions.
Call 1800 063 332 now.


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If you would like more information for yourself or for a loved one, our client care team is available to take your call 7 days a week.

Call 1800 063 332

Our Address

A. 24 Beach Street

Curl Curl NSW 2096

P. 1800 063 332

F. 02 9905 9696

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