Counselling & Mental Wellbeing
We don't believe therapy is a one-size-fits-all approach, we're committed to providing the right support for you.
We offer In-person and Telehealth Appointments!
Online counselling provides the option to see a counsellor or psychologist online via a specialised and secure telehealth platform. While face-to-face counselling can feel more familiar it is not always possible for many different reasons, including busy lives and families, limited mobility, geographic isolation, or those living far away from high-quality services.
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Our services include:
Grief & loss
Mental Health issues
Trauma related expertise
Family and domestic violence
Suicide ideation and self-harm
Who do you need to see?
Psychologists are mental health professionals who provide psychological therapy to help people overcome a range of difficulties. They have completed a minimum of four years at university plus clinical supervision. (This means working under, and reporting to, a supervisor.)
There are many reasons why you might see a psychologist. For example, you might be experiencing anxiety, depression, stressful life events or any other mental health difficulty. You might not even know what’s going on, but just feel that you haven’t been ‘right’ or that your life has become more difficult. A psychologist is trained to perform a detailed assessment of your mental health and to identify what’s going on for you.
By seeing your GP who can provide you with a Mental Health Care Plan, you will be eligible for a Medicare rebate to go toward the cost of seeing a psychologist.
*Rebates may be available with a GP referred Mental Health Care Plan or from your Private Health Cover
Why should you choose online counselling?
A counsellor is a trained, objective professional who offer different types of assistance; most frequently talk-based styles of therapy.
Counselling is a process of talking about and working through your personal problems with a counsellor. The counsellor helps you to address your problems in a positive way by helping you to clarify the issues, explore options, develop strategies and increase self-awareness. For some people, just the process of telling their story to a counsellor, and being listened to, is helpful.
A trained counsellor is someone trained to offer a talk-based therapy. There are many types of talk-based therapy.
Counselling provides confidential support. This means that everything you discuss with the counsellor is private, between you and the counsellor.
*Saturday appointments incur a $20 surcharge
**Cancelling with less than 24 hours notice incurs a fee
Why choose telehealth?
Ensures privacy, especially for those in regional and remote locations.
Less wait times
Work with your preferred therapist, wherever they are in Australia.
Attend counselling in any private location you choose.
Flexible around work commitments lunchtime, evening appointments available
Less need to arrange childcare.
Living in/travelling between multiple locations, including international sites.
Mobility and chronic health issues impact the ability to travel to an office appointment.
Lack of transport options and local counselling offices.