The Banyans provides residential rehabilitation, day programs, and online treatment services for individuals experiencing depression and anxiety, chronic stress and burnout, drug and alcohol dependency, eating disorders, and other co-occurring conditions.

 

Programs at The Banyans Residence are based on a biopsychosocial assessment framework where our multidisciplinary team works collaboratively to address issues from medical, emotional, physical, and nutritional perspectives.

These programs are individualised for each patient and their presenting concerns, with all therapeutic inclusions delivered entirely one-on-one.

Individuals

Programs at The Banyans Health and Wellness are tailored for each guest. Whether you are running a business, managing a family, an elite athlete or a public figure, your program can be as individual as your needs.

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Youth & Young Adults

We are generally able to welcome guests from the age of 17, but may be able to support people aged 15 or 16 years if clinically suitable. Please contact our team who will advise if you, or your loved one may be suitable for our program. Our eating disorder program is able to support those over the age of 18.

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Veterans

The Banyans Health and Wellness is able to work with Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) White Card and Gold Card holders. As we are not a contracted provider, our Intake Team will assist guests in the application process to the DVA Health Approvals Board.

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NDIS Funding

The Banyans Health and Wellness is proud to offer residential respite programs for plan-managed and self-managed National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) individuals. Our Intake Team will assist guests in providing relevant documentation and invoicing for NDIS.

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The quality of care and the approach to holistic wellness is perfectly suited to lifestyle change as well as addressing specific issues. The accelerated and concentrated experience will help with steep change instead of gradual change.

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