Deb will be on medical leave from Wednesday 19th June 2024 and will be unavailable to respond to enquiries during this time. 

If you need counselling services urgently, you can find a counsellor through these associations:

You are also welcome to send an enquiry via the contact page, and we’ll get back to you around the end of July.

If you are in crisis and need immediate help, please call one of the following helplines that offer crisis support and counselling over the phone:

Lifeline 13 11 44
Lifeline Text 0477 13 11 14
1800Chaplain 1800 242 752
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
1800RESPECT 1800 737 732 
Beyond Blue 1300 224 636
Mensline Australia 1300 789 978
Kids Help Line 1800 551 800

Need a safe and respectful  place 

to talk to a qualified professional 

about your feelings and concerns?

You don’t have to be in a crisis to have counselling.

People often choose counselling because they are experiencing ongoing difficulties and distress in their lives and relationships, and have decided they need help to better manage their thoughts, feelings and actions or to deal with ongoing deeper issues. Others seek help because they believe they are not living as fully as they would like.

A counsellor will not give you advice or solve your problems for you. They will listen with care and purpose, to help you understand yourself better, gain clarity about your situation and encourage you in your choice to make helpful changes.

If life is feeling mixed up, you don’t need to muddle through it alone.