If you need a one-on-one session with an experienced counsellor, or guidance on the support available to you, you can make an appointment with us
Make an appointment
Call us or email us to make an appointment with one of our counsellors.
Your first appointment
When you visit us for the first time you’ll meet with one of our counsellors for a triage appointment. The counsellor will discuss with you the challenges you’re facing and the options available to help you – these may include further individual counselling sessions, group sessions and online resources.
Your counsellor may also refer you to other services in the community that will be better placed to support you.
Your triage appointment will take about 20 minutes. Before it starts we’ll ask you to fill in some forms and questionnaires to help us understand your circumstances and how you’re feeling.
Important information for students
We understand that this is a very challenging time and that some people may experience difficulties coping throughout this period. If you require counselling support, please call us to arrange this on 9360 1227.
Alternatively – you can access other telehealth support via the following options:
Telephone Crisis Support:
- Mental Health Emergency Response Line – 1300 555 788
- Lifeline – 131114
- Crisis Care – 1800 199 008
- Suicide Call back Service – 1300 659 467
- Samaritans – 135247
- Beyond Blue – 1300 22 4636
- Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) – 1800 199 888
- QLife – 1800 184 527
Online Counselling Support:
- eHeadspace: https://headspace.org.au/eheadspace/
- Beyond Blue: https://online.beyondblue.org.au/#/chat/start
- Mind Spot: https://mindspot.org.au/
- Mensline - https://mensline.org.au/phone-and-online-counselling/