Counselling is an opportunity to discuss issues that are causing concern in a supportive, respectful and confidential environment.
We are able to offer support in person or online. People can attend counselling as individuals, couples, or as a family. Counselling for children is also available.
Matters discussed include couple issues, relationship breakdown, parenting, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, grief, sexual issues, childhood sexual abuse, stress and conflict in various situations including work-related conflicts.
What will it cost?
FREE for Financial Members! No referral is required, simply book online for an appointment. Waiting times for an appointment vary according to the current level of demand and your availability.
Do you provide services over the phone or online?
Generally counselling face-to-face is most effective. However, we realise that sometimes you may not be able to visit our location. In this case, you can book our online service which will be conducted via Zoom.
Debbie is a positive, patient and adaptable person who has spent 30 years working with children from various socio-economic and cultural backgrounds as well as various disabilities in a volunteering position. She has training in Indigenous Culture as well as having Indigenous family on both sides of her family.
Debbie has her provisional licence for Psychology. This means that she is able to help with referrals.
Bachelor of Behaviour (Psychology)
Graduate Diploma in Psychology
Certificate of Recognition – Positive Behavioural Management
NDIS Worker Orientatation Certificate
NDIS Support Effective Communication Certificate
Parenting Partners Introduction to Positive Behaviour Support Certificate
Certificate of Completion:
Solution Focused Therapy
Counselling Children and Adolescents
Addiction and Mental Health (Dual Diagnosis) Integrative
Understanding and Working with Autistic Clients in Therapy
Psychology and Therapy of Addictions
Domestic Violence Response Training