New Zealand Service Directory
New Zealand’s public (funded) mental health services are provided through 21 regional District Health Boards (DHBs). DHBs provide services for individuals with borderline personality disorder through adult community mental health centres, and/or through specialist programs for individuals with borderline personality disorder. Many services have specific Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) programs, or services have a DBT or mentalization-based treatment focus.
Segar House: intensive day programme for individuals with borderline personality disorder who live in central, north or west Auckland
Capital and Coast Health District Health Board (Wellington and surrounding region): Regional Personality Disorder Service
0011 64 2 021 0264 7562
- This service offers both individual and group DBT.
- An option of either one-to-one DBT psychotherapy or a full program including: weekly DBT skills group, phone coaching, individual therapy, and therapists attending a DT consultant group.
- Flexible funding options available.
- Initial assessment sessions are provided free of charge.
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