Victims of Crime

Victims of Crime Counselling refers to specialized counselling services provided to individuals who have experienced various forms of crime or traumatic events. It focuses on addressing the emotional, psychological, and practical needs of individuals who have been victimized, helping them cope with the aftermath of the crime, and supporting their recovery process. Here are some … Read more


NDIS Counselling refers to counselling services provided under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia. The NDIS is a government-funded program that provides support and services to individuals with disabilities to enhance their well-being, independence, and participation in the community. NDIS Counselling is a specialized form of therapy designed to address the unique needs … Read more

TAC Work Cover

TAC Work Cover

TAC (Transport Accident Commission) and WorkCover are two separate entities in Australia that provide support and compensation for individuals who have experienced transport accidents or work-related injuries, respectively. TAC and WorkCover may offer counselling services as part of their broader support programs. TAC Counselling: TAC provides support and assistance to individuals who have been injured … Read more

Children Health

Childrens Health

The psychological focus for children’s health encompasses various aspects of their mental and emotional well-being. Here are some key areas of psychological focus for children’s health: Emotional Regulation: Helping children develop healthy emotional regulation skills is crucial. This involves teaching them to recognize and understand their emotions, express them appropriately, and cope with emotional challenges … Read more

Eating Disorders

Eating disorder therapy refers to the specialized form of psychotherapy designed to address the challenges and complexities associated with eating disorders. Eating disorders are serious mental health conditions characterized by abnormal eating behaviours, distorted body image, and often an intense preoccupation with weight, shape, and food. Eating disorder therapy aims to help individuals develop a … Read more

Youth Therapy

Youth therapy, also known as adolescent therapy or teen therapy, refers to the specialized form of psychotherapy designed to address the unique needs and challenges faced by young individuals during their adolescent years. Youth therapy focuses on promoting mental health, addressing emotional difficulties, and supporting healthy development during this critical stage of life. Here are … Read more

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy, also known as couples counselling or marriage therapy, is a form of psychotherapy specifically designed to help couples resolve conflicts, improve communication, and enhance their relationship. It involves working with a trained therapist who specializes in working with couples. The goals of couples therapy can vary depending on the specific needs and concerns … Read more

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

CBT stands for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It is a widely used and evidence-based form of psychotherapy that focuses on the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. CBT is based on the idea that our thoughts and interpretations of events influence our emotions and actions. By identifying and modifying unhelpful thought patterns and behaviours, CBT aims … Read more

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a form of psychotherapy that combines mindfulness techniques with acceptance and behaviour change strategies. It is based on the psychological framework known as contextual behavioural science. ACT aims to help individuals develop psychological flexibility by teaching them to accept their thoughts and feelings rather than trying to eliminate or … Read more

Trauma Therapies

Trauma therapies encompass a range of therapeutic approaches designed to address the emotional and psychological impact of traumatic experiences. Trauma can result from various events such as accidents, violence, abuse, natural disasters, or war, and can have profound and lasting effects on an individual’s well-being. These therapies aim to help individuals process and heal from … Read more

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