The Bouverie Centre has operated in the publically funded mental health services space for several decades now and in various capacities. As well as offering family therapy directly to consumers and carers across the state, the centre actively supports mental health service providers in their work with adults, children and adolescents, and the aged. The Bouverie Centre has a dedicated Mental Health program. Experienced program staff run a number of professional development activities and provide a range of services to hospital and community based mental health services seeking to constructively involve families in treatment and care.
Read more about The Mental Health Program at The Bouverie Centre.
Join us as we commemorate the importance of learning and education with guest speaker, John Marsden, writer, teacher and principal of Candlebark School and alumna speaker, Leonie Farrugia.find out more
The Bouverie Centre's Indigenous Team recently developed an Evidence Brief and Impact Analysis Report on The Bouverie Centre's Aboriginal Family Therapy Training Program.find out more