Compassion without judgement
We provide counselling to couples, families, individuals and children. The service provides a compassionate, non-judgmental environment where people can talk about their emotional and personal problems. Resolving these issues can have a positive effect on people’s health and wellbeing.
When do people see counsellors?
People often see a counsellor after a major life change or crisis, but counselling can help people at any time in their life. People can use counselling to make sense of an issue, change their behaviour or life, or solve a problem that they have been struggling with.
Counselling can be short or long-term, depending on the need for support and how complex the issues are.
What do people talk about?
Our counsellors specialise in child, adult and family relationships. They can support people of any age with a range of issues, including:
- addictive behaviours
- anger management
- anxiety, stress or depression
- caring for others
- children’s anxiety
- family violence
- separation and divorce
- loss and grief
- personal growth and understanding
- school refusal
- sexuality and sexual identity
Our counselling services are subsidised by the Commonwealth Government. A means-tested co-contribution is required from those accessing the services.
Concession cardholders, Health Care cardholders and students pay a minimum fee of $20 per session.
View the Family and Relationship Counselling brochure on our Publications page.
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