At Phoenix Australia, we understand trauma and renew lives. Informed by ongoing research into the latest developments in trauma treatment, our expert clinical services can offer you the best chance of recovery.
We are funded to offer our clinical services to specific population groups. These focus of each clinic is specialised ensuring that you will receive treatment from a clinician who is familiar with treatments that work specifically for you and others like you.
We operate a number of clinics for specified cohorts of patients. These clinics are funded to provide clinical services only to that cohort, and are unfortunately not available to the general public in metropolitan Melbourne except as part of a research trial. Find out more about the clinic that you are eligible for by visiting their website or clinic page.
The BlueHub clinic has been set up with the help of The Police Association of Victoria (TPAV). To visit the clinic contact their intake team…
Our military psychiatry clinic provides in-reach support to veterans. Referrals for this clinic can be made via your GP or your Open Arms counsellor…
Our Responder Assist clinic is specially designed to help emergency workers recover from trauma. Click through for the Responder Assist clinic page…
Victorians in regional areas can now be referred to our clinic by their GP. To find out more and access referral forms, click here…
Phoenix Australia has a number of clinical trials running which are accepting patients. Click here to see a list and find out whether you are eligible…
We are engaged in a number of clinical trials which help us to further our understanding of trauma. If you are eligible to participate, we would love to hear from you. You can also sign up to hear more about the results of the trials. Click through to find out more.
While your clinician will be instrumental in helping with your recovery, there are many things that you can actually do to help yourself. This may be while you are waiting for your appointment, or you could even try some of these before you contact us.
Self-care is a great way to support yourself and your mental health. It is a simple but effective way of maintaining and promoting a general sense of well-being.
Self-care will look different for different people but can be as simple as managing your sleep, undertaking some form of exercise each day, maintaining a healthy diet or spending time with those you love. Other activities include meditation, listening to music, gratitude journaling and learning something new.
Making time to spend with people you love is another form of self-care. Staying connected is an important part of the recovery process.
Remember, it is important to choose self-care activities that fit with your lifestyle and that have a positive impact on your wellbeing
Bear in mind that a self-care strategy can be effective in helping maintain your wellbeing, but it is not a substitute for evidence-based mental health treatment.
And remember to be compassionate with yourself. It’s okay not to be okay and it is quite normal to feel like sometimes we are coping better than at other times. Sometimes we need extra support or to recharge, and that is okay.
We offer a range of intervention strategies to support posttraumatic mental health within your organisation. Explore the topics below to learn more about how to support your organisation to be trauma-aware.