Inpatient Programs

TPH’s Inpatient programs are designed to provide short-term inpatient treatment and care during an acute phase of mental illness. We work in collaboration with our patients, their treating psychiatrist and other mental health professionals who are helping our patients, to prepare a personalised care plan. Each care plan outlines the purpose of admission and features a range of treatment programs designed to help with recovery and patients work towards achieving their treatment goals.


The Acute Admissions Program offers a range of inpatient treatments, using individual and group formats. The core of the treatment programs are delivered by expert mental health practitioners and clinical staff including psychiatrists, general practitioners, registered nurses, psychologists, occupational therapists and social workers.

Tailored Therapy

Our Tailored Therapy Treatment Program comprises a personalised combination of several group therapy sessions on a wide range of topics to meet individual patient’s needs and offers flexibility in treatment.


TPH offers Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT), a form of brain stimulation, to treat severe clinical depression, and sometimes other conditions such as mania and schizophrenia.

ECT is commonly used to treat people who are at high risk because of their mental illness, find their mental illness disabling or distressing and have not responded to other treatments, or have found ECT to be an effective treatment in the past.


TPH offers Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) which involves applying focussed magnetic energy to superficial areas of the brain to help with severe depression.

rTMS is commonly used to treat people who either show not enough improvements with medication or cannot take medication.