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Below is a list of counselling services, including domestic violence counselling services, youth counselling services, relationship counselling, family counselling and victims of crime and child witness services. If you cannot find local counselling services for your area, you can find state and national counselling support services at the bottom of this page.
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State and National Counselling Services Services
Sexual Assault Resource Centre
The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) is the 24-hour emergency sexual assault (rape crisis) service in metropolitan Perth.
• Emergency services including medical, forensic and counselling support, up to 2 weeks after a sexual assault • Counselling services for recent and past sexual assaults, rape and child sexual abuse • Advice for health professionals about to see a patient following a sexual assault • Education and training for professionals
SARC services are available to: • People of all genders • People 13 years of age and older • People affected by sexual assault, including rape and sexual abuse • Family members and partners of a person who has experienced sexual violence
To request a counselling appointment, telephone between 8:30am and 4:30pm. (08) 6458 1828
OzHelp is here to help and you are not alone. Their support services are always confidential and they are here to discuss anything that is troubling you.
No information will be passed onto your employer or anyone else about you. Conversations are between you and OzHelp at all times.
Some of the concerns we can help with include:
• Not coping at work • Having trouble with relationships • Can’t sleep • Feeling down • Can’t shake your worries • Parenting or co-parenting issues • Drinking too much • Gambling issues • A friend you are worried about • Financial issues
If you just need some advice or someone to talk to then that’s okay too.
The WA AIDS Council offers counselling to people living with or affected by HIV, as well as their friends and family and the broader LGBTIQIA+ community. They also offer youth counselling for the LGBTIQIA+ community.
The Victim Support Service provides free, confidential counselling and support services for all victims of crime. These services are provided by professional counsellors and trained volunteers. Services available to victims of crime include:
Counselling and Support
Providing information and referrals to other support services
Helping victims write a victim impact statement
Preparing and supporting victims during a court case
Helping victims obtain information on the status of police investigations
Providing support when making an application for a restraining order
Providing information about criminal injuries compensation
Helping victims understand their rights within the criminal justice system
Providing information on the status of convicted offenders in WA, through the Victim Notification Register
The Samaritans provides telephone counselling for all sorts of worries so that you can feel completely comfortable in sharing what you are going through.
The volunteers are here for you – and aren’t afraid to talk abut sensitive and difficult subjects including, but not limited to:
• Relationship or family problems • Loss and bereavement • Financial worries or job-related anxiety • School, college or study-related stress • Illness – your own or someone you care for • Addiction or substance abuse • Thoughts of suicide
MensLine Australia is the national telephone and online support, information and referral service for men with family and relationship concerns. The service is available from anywhere in Australia and is staffed by professional counsellors, experienced in men’s issues.
MensLine Australia offers a range of ways to access their free, professional counselling and support services:
• Telephone •Callback service – You may be eligible to receive up to six free telephone counselling sessions, scheduled at times to best suit your needs. • Online chat counselling – text-based counselling available through the MensLine Australia website • Video chat counselling – face-to-face counselling available through Zoom Video Conferencing. • Assisted referrals
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. They offer telephone, online chat and text support services. Telephone service are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
• Phone 13 11 14 available 24/7 days • Lifeline Text +61 477 13 11 14 available nightly • Online chat available nightly
eheadspace offers online and telephone mental health support to young people aged 12-25 years and their families or friends. Young people may contact eheadspace if they need advice, are worried about their mental health or are feeling isolated or alone. eheadspace is not a crisis service
How eheadspace can help:
• If you are feeling down • If you are feeling stressed • If you are being bullied • If you have concerns about drugs and alcohol • Getting along with your family and friends • Romantic relationships • Questions about sex • Questions about gender and who you are attracted to • Getting advice about helping a friend • Anything you want to talk about!
Group chats allow you to connect with other people like you. Led by a headspace professional, group chats explore a range of helpful topics.
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• Support Helpline • 24/7 Online Chat & Forum – Jump on to our Virtual Verandah, a private online platform allowing you to get & give help to dads nation-wide. • Online meetings; Talk live with dads just like you across Australia. All dads regardless of location are welcome to join any/ all online meetings. • Physical Peer Support Groups • Separation Checklist • External Support Links
Communicare Breathing Space program is available to all men who have been abusive in their intimate partner or family relationship and are ready and willing to make long-term behavioural changes. Communicare’s therapeutic community provides men with up to six months of accommodation while they undertake an intensive therapeutic program including individual informal counselling and case management in their behaviour change journey.
• Opportunities to reflect and be accountable for their behaviour and the choices they have made. • A structured program which supports and encourages learning, offers alternatives and assists men’s capacity in understanding and taking responsibility for their violence, anger and abuse. • An environment where access to information assists to develop positive strategies to resolve their difficulties. • Referrals and links to services that meet the needs of each individual participant. • An extended support service, counselling and assistance post the completion of the six month program for sustained behaviour change
The DVassist counselling service is available Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 7 pm, via free call 1800 080 083 to anyone living in remote, regional, and rural Western Australia. We provide information and support for women, men and young people living in remote, regional, and rural Western Australia experiencing family and domestic violence.
Suicide Call Back Service is a nationwide service that provides professional 24/7 telephone and online counselling to people who are affected by suicide. Suicide Call Back Service services include telephone chat services, online chat and video chat.
QLife provides Australia-wide anonymous, LGBTI peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.
QLife services are free and include both telephone and webchat support, delivered by trained LGBTI community members across the country. Services are for LGBTI individuals, their friends and families, and health professionals in Australia.
Rurallink gives easy telephone access to experienced community mental health staff, with a focus on supporting people with mental health issues.
It is a confidential service that meets the needs of the community and delivering continuous care and support where needed. The service provides a single point of contact providing information, advice, assessment, and where required, referrals to other mental health services.
The Parent and Family Drug Support Line is a confidential, non-judgemental telephone counselling, information and referral service for anyone concerned about a loved one’s alcohol or drug use. Callers have the option to speak to an experienced parent volunteer.
The counsellor who answers your call can:
Listen to your concerns
Provide you with information about alcohol or drug use
Provide emotional support and professional advice
Offer to transfer you to a parent volunteer for peer support
Talk about support options for you and your loved one
Refer you to local services that can provide you and your family with ongoing support
Call to Mind is a telepsychiatry service that allows people across Australia to access quality mental health care. They have a team of psychiatrists ranging in availability and speciality to best meet your needs. Consults are held on a video-conferencing platform so you can attend your appointment from anywhere.