Individual Counselling

Counselling provides a supportive and collaborative environment where you can discuss your problems and concerns, working on what you identify as most important. Participating in counselling can help you clarify your situation, gain new perspectives and work towards change. The process can support you to develop insights, generate solutions and consider choices.

Counselling can be an effective way to improve overall wellbeing, by relieving distress and enhancing relationships.

Common issues that people seek counselling for include:

• Relationship difficulties
• Separation and divorce
• Parenting through separation
• Grief and loss
• Managing stress
• Life changes
• Mental health issues
• Adjusting to parenting
• Managing emotions, such as anger
• Family violence
• Trauma and abuse
• Work-related problems

Our psychologists have qualifications in counselling, psychology or social work, and specific training and experience with a range of issues, including relationships, families, and children. We can adapt our services to meet the needs of a wide range of cultures and community groups. Participating in counselling can help you clarify your situation, gain new perspectives and work towards change.

Is counselling/therapy right for you?

Try our free 15-minute telehealth consultation.

We can talk over any concerns you may have and
see if this is good fit for you.
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