Low-intensity Interventions

Low-intensity Interventions

Easy to access, focused, short-term support including phone-based low-intensity CBT

Low-intensity CBT

Low-intensity cognitive and behaviour-based therapy (LiCBT) is an evidenced-based treatment recommended for individuals experiencing mild to moderate issues with their mental health, anxiety or depression.  

Treatment is evidenced based, focused, short duration, and can be provided over the phone if it is difficult to attend face to face meetings.

Clinicians are specifically trained to deliver the program and work collaboratively with you. The program also provides help to build skills and access to resources to record your progress and use into the future.

An initial 1-hour face to face assessment session is followed up by 3-6 short treatment sessions, either face to face or on the phone.

As part of stepped model of care, you can easily move to programs dealing with more complex issues if necessary.  We can also identify other resources or services that may be helpful to you.

How to access this program

Individuals 16 years and above may be referred by a GP or self-referred to the program.

Health and wellbeing programs

Develop supports and strategies to help you achieve good health and wellbeing.

Taking a holistic approach to wellbeing, we considers the role of social, emotional, mental, physical, occupational and spiritual needs as part of your overall health.

Our health and wellbeing programs acknowledge the impact that stressors and vulnerabilities have on your health. We help to manage changes in your wellbeing with strategies that use your strengths.

Through the our health and wellbeing programs we can support you to:

  • Work with your strengths and values
  • Set goals to improve wellbeing
  • Increase awareness of factors that impact wellbeing and health
  • Use creative problem solving
  • Identify barriers to change
  • Learn new skills to improve your wellbeing
  • Build confidence and self-efficacy

How to access this program

To be eligible for Links to Wellbeing, you need to live in the Central or Southern Adelaide, be 16 or over, and be:

  • Experiencing increased life stressors
  • Noticing signs of anxiety or depression
  • At a low-moderate risk of suicide




Experienced mental health clinicians

Our team provide evidence-based and recovery-focused support