Set amongst tranquil grounds in Dunedin, New Zealand, Ashburn Clinic offers a supportive therapeutic community for those suffering from mental health or addiction difficulties. We focus on treating underlying issues to improve patient well-being and quality of life.
Cloaked in the forests of Halfway Bush, just beyond Dunedin, Ashburn Clinic is a not-for-profit rehabilitation facility offering a professional, supportive environment for the diagnosis, comprehensive treatment, and recovery from mental illness or addiction.
We work to assist people toward healthy lives and behaviour patterns, developing the tools needed to overcome difficult situations. Together, we aim to learn more about our personal challenges and struggles in order to improve the ability to effect personal change.
We’re nationally recognised for our specialised treatment programming that encourages people from all walks of life to join us on a path of recovery. Are you ready to take the first step?
“I have tried other treatment places but nothing has been as life changing and good as coming to Ashburn. Ashburn is about looking at who you are, working through the past, changing and being supported to move on. My work here has meant I won’t continue my cycle through the system.”
– A Former Resident
Established in 1882, Ashburn Clinic serves as a therapeutic community providing funded and private residential treatment for those suffering from mental health issues. We employ psychiatrists, psychotherapists, nurses, occupational therapists, mental health workers, general practitioners, a dietitian and support staff.
“It truly is hard work but it is not impossible. You just can’t give up! There will be numerous times where you’ll probably want to and you’ll feel like being here is the hardest thing on earth, but you know what? You’ve made it this far and you can make this work. You’re not alone. You’re not alone!”
– A Former Resident
Events & Education
Ashburn Clinic offers seminars and courses for health professionals. Please see upcoming events below or click here to view our full range of education offerings.
Monday, 12th July 2021
12.30 pm-1.30 pm
Getting Creative with Mental Health:
Creating Solutions to Our Mental Health Crisis
Kim Morton LLB & Henrietta Read
Advanced Theory of Psychotherapy
Starts Tuesday, 6th July 2021
7.00 pm-8:30 pm
#212 Abnormal Psychology
Applications for this 10-week block are now open.
For details on each session, and how to register, click the button below.