MI-DBT is a group therapy program for women living with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in the Perinatal period. MI-DBT is an adaptation of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) that aims to improve a woman’s emotional regulation, interpersonal effectiveness and parenting skills at a critical time in an infant’s development (within the first 1001 days). Sonder and Links to Wellbeing are commissioned to deliver these groups in the North and South of Adelaide respectively, with collaboration from the Helen Mayo House and the Department of Education and Child Services (DECS).
Referral via the Central Referral Unit:
- Secure Messaging (ReferralNet or Argus)
ReferralNet Name: Central Referral Unit
- Mental Health Enquiry Line - 1300 898 213
community and provider referral/service information
Note: CRU fax referrals are currently being phased out. If you need support with a CRU referral please contact the mental health enquiry line. For support with setting up practice software or using secure messaging, please contact our digital health officers firstname.lastname@example.org