Social & Emotional Wellbeing

Bullinah AHS has a range of clinical and non-clinical services aimed to support families and individuals to improve their social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB).

SEWB Care Coordinator

The Care Coordinator works collaboratively with clients, general practitioners, clinic staff, other health service providers and external organisations to provide appropriate multidisciplinary care services for Aboriginal people with mental health issues to optimise health and mental health outcomes

Consultant Psychiatrist


A Consultant/ Psychiatrist is a medically trained doctor who has completed further study to become an expert in mental health. Psychiatrists are able to prescribe medications.


Psychologists provide ‘talking” treatment , helping individuals and families with parenting, personal development, relationship issues, eating disorders, postnatal depression, low self-esteem, behavioural problems and family relationship conflicts using evidence based treatments including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), mindfulness/relaxation strategies, Family Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Interpersonal Therapy.

Social Worker

Social workers assist clients with issues such as homelessness, domestic violence, alcohol and drug addiction, sexual assault and child abuse. They can also help people who have suffered a major crisis or are going through bereavement.

Mental Health Nurse

The mental health nurse works with the psychiatrists and general practitioners to deliver a range of services and support, for example, monitoring a client’s mental health, managing their medication and improving linkages with health professionals and clinical service providers. These services are provided in a variety of settings tailored to meet the individual needs of the client.