We offer a range of support, psycho-educational and psychological treatment groups at our offices in Gordon. These groups are run by experienced facilitators and may offer a combination of skills development, psycho-education, treatment, support or specific therapeutic interventions.


Click here to see our latest listing of 2019 Groups – more groups being added all the time


Being Mums

A group for mothers with babies (up to 1-year-old) who feel stressed at times and find it hard to cope.

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Compulsive Hoarding

Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury offers a 15-week group treatment program for Compulsive Hoarding. This program is based on a successful program developed in the USA by the world’s leading experts on compulsive acquiring, hoarding and saving – Randy Frost and Gail Steketee.

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Depression/Bipolar Group

Do you have depression or bipolar disorder? Are you looking for strategies to manage your illness and wellbeing? R.E.A.C.H might be for you!

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Eclipse is a support group for adults who have survived a suicide attempt. The group provides an opportunity to meet and talk with others who have survived a suicide attempt. Participants may learn skills that assist in coping with feelings and thoughts of suicide in order to stay safe in the future.

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Hoarding Disorder: Family as Motivators

10-week program for family or carers of a person with Hoarding Disorder, focusing on how to support your loved one while also managing your own wellbeing.

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Managing Your Feelings

Lifeline offers 9-week skills groups for adults (18+) with mild to moderate intellectual disability who are experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression.

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Manage Your Mood

A new group that, over 16 weeks, gives participants a range of skills to enable them to better deal with negative and painful emotions, and to communicate and build relationships more effectively.

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Problem Gambling Support Group

A FREE 6-week Problem Gambling Support group for people who are experiencing difficulties controlling their gambling.

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Suicide Bereavement

Each year around 20,000 Australians are impacted by the death of a loved one to suicide. More people die by suicide than in car accidents.

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Our Program Facilitators

Read more about our professionally trained Program Facilitators.

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