Depression, Anxiety and Chronic Stress ('burnout') related illnesses are increasingly prevalent in the busy, and high demand lives we experience today.
Depression, anxiety, and chronic stress related illnesses can be experienced individually, or often can co-exist, and are experienced in different ways, by different people. For most, onset is often related to experiencing either a one-off, or enduring adverse life events.
The symptom range associated with either depression, anxiety or chronic stress are in themselves maintaining factors, that can keep you stuck in the cycle. The impacts on individuals suffering from these illnesses can be significant and debilitating, isolating them away from life, and everything that is important, and of value to them. For some, a relationship with alcohol or drug use can become problematic in efforts to moderate symptoms, and experience some relief. Research has indicated that this is more often the 'rule than the exception'.
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Capri Sanctuary provides specialist individualised treatment and care, to assist in restoring your quality of life.
Capri Sanctuary is dedicated, and committed to providing the highest quality Behavioural Health Care. We have an experienced and highly qualified team, providing evidence informed and holistic treatment, ensuring your treatment goals are met.
“Thank you Brent and the team at Capri Sanctuary for making me feel I can have a life worth living, and providing me with the tools and resources to deal with life's problems. ” — MH (Warkworth)
“I came to Capri Sanctuary with some complex issues and my stay has changed my life! I left feeling confident in myself and happier than ever. Everything was perfect during my stay.” — DG (Hawkes Bay)
“A Wonderful experience, I wish the Sanctuary had been available to me many years ago. I'm leaving a totally different person compared to who I was when I arrived. Thank you Brent and the team. Highly recommended. ” — SG (Melbourne, Australia)