At headspace Knox, we believe there is nothing more powerful than a group of young people who come together to help and support each other.
We encourage all young people to join the groups and workshops on offer at headspace Knox. We have a range of programs that include our regular social groups as well as scheduled threptic groups that occur throughout the year. See below for some of the great programs we currently have on offer and what’s coming up!
headspace Knox and EACH Youth and Family have collaborated to bring you Art’scape
A relaxed art group for young people 12-25 years who are looking to meet others, participate in structured activities, or work on their own projects. Use our materials and space to learn new skills, creatively express yourself, and have some arty fun!
Art’scape is run on a Thursday between 3:30pm and 5pm. For more information see here.
What better way to start off the weekend with a bang then hanging out with us every Friday afternoon. We’ll supply the movies, games, and snacks. You can bring your friends along or meet other young people from the local area. Best of all it is totally free!
Fridays@headspace is run on a Friday between 2pm and 5pm. For more information see here.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is officially recognised by the Cochrane Review as the treatment of choice for characteristics associated with borderline personality disorder (BPD) including impulsivity, interpersonal problems, emotional dysregulation, self-harm, and suicidal behaviors.
All individuals who wish to participate in the program are required to attend an orientation session.
For more information including eligibility, program outline, and referral can be found here.
Who’s in Charge
A 7 week program for parents or carers of young people (8 to 18) who are beyond control, violent or defiant. The group aims to provide a supportive environment to share experiences, assist in the development of individual strategies for managing your young peoples behaviour, and explore ways of increasing safety and wellbeing.
Intakes for the next Who's in Charge in 2017 will be open shortly. For more information see here.
Developed in collaboration with Knox Youth Services, the group aims to provide a safe environment for young people to explore relationships with themselves, others, and their community. 4 Me is a support program that embraces the diversity of same sex attracted, gender diverse, and questioning young people aged 14 – 18 years who have a connection to the City of Knox.
For more information see here.