GlowDBT is part of The Glow Centre, a private practice in Kenmore QLD
Phone: 07 3184 2559
Fax: 07 3319 6618
Kenmore Medical Centre complex
Suite 13, 2081 Moggill Road
Kenmore QLD 4069
Post: PO Box 328
Kenmore QLD 4069
Scroll down for detailed directions to find us
Our DBT waitlist is CLOSED for the foreseeable future, due to unsustainably long waiting periods for new clients.
This means that we are not currently accepting any referrals for our DBT program.
How to find us
You can find our practice on the first floor (upstairs) of the Kenmore Medical Centre Complex.
Entry to our practice faces Moggill Road, look for our blue and yellow sign at the top of the building.
Our entry door can be found by entering the main entrance of the building. which is next to Kenmore Dental Centre.
Enter through the glass door and proceed up the stairs to our reception area.
See below for parking and accessibility.
Enter the carpark for our complex via Princeton Street. Look for the Kenmore Medical Centre sign.
Then walk through to Moggill Road and up the pathway to our entry.
A disabled car park is outside our premises on Moggill Road.
See detailed map below.
Drop off area
A 2 minute loading zone is outside our premises on Moggill Road – where clients can be dropped off and picked up.
A taxi zone is also outside our premises on Moggill Road.
Our office is not wheelchair accessible.
There are 19 steps from our entry to our waiting room.
There are additional steps outside our office from the lower carpark, however, there is a ramp to use as an alternative to those steps.
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm
8:30am - 3:30pm
Public holidays CLOSED
Please note: some clinicians offer late appointments, however there may be further wait times to see someone after hours.
We love to hear from you about your experiences with us!
If you have any feedback to offer us, please email us with the subject line 'Feedback'.
We would genuinely like to know if we didn’t meet your expectations. Know that feedback will be reviewed as a team, and your concern will be addressed respectfully, empathically, and safely.