What is Counselling?
Counselling is offered by trained professionals who can assist with a wide variety of issues. Counselling can be provided to individuals, couples or families. Counselling is available at Anglicare sites across WA. We also offer telephone counselling for people who cannot attend in person, including those who live in rural or remote regions.
Some of the issues our counsellors can assist with include:
- Self-confidence and self-esteem
- Managing anger
- Depression and feeling depressed
- Sexuality and intimacy
- Relationship issues
- Grief and loss
- Family dynamics and conflict
- Family and domestic violence
- Being a new parent
- parenting children
- parenting adolescents
- Work place issues
- LGBQTI individual and family support
- Transitions (life, work, relationships)
- Caring for a loved one with a disability
- Caring for a loved one with a mental health issue
- Caring for a loved one with a chronic illness
- Impacts of Forced Adoption
- Impacts of the Royal Commission in to Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
As part of our Counselling Service we also offer Prepare for Marriage – A course that will help enrich and prepare you for relationships and marriage.
Telephone counselling is available to people anywhere in Western Australia, including metro areas and rural & remote regions. Please phone 1300 114 446 for more information. Please note this is not a crisis line. If you are in crisis please phone Crisis Care on (08) 9223 1111 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.
To make an appointment at any of the metropolitan areas please call us on 1300 11 44 46.