Offering Individual, Couples & Family Counselling & Therapy
Our Ballarat based counselling services is here to help individuals, couples and families who are going through life changes, challenges and crisis. We support and guide you in a solution focused counselling environment.
Our counselling service for the individual is offered on a one-on-one basis for a range of personal, interpersonal and life challenges including depression, loss and grief, medical illness, life transition/retirement, loss of job, leaving home, personal identity and behaviour (anger) management.
Being in a couple can be joyful and sometimes hard work. At times we need a safe space to tell our story and external guidance to move through life’s challenges. Our Couples counselling services is offered on either a one-on-one or joint session for all marital, life transition, relationships, family, children, employment, separation and new beginning therapy.
Families are a complex arrangement of individuals, couples and external influences. It is a system that can be out of balance and difficult to negotiate. At times like this family therapy is a way to reflect on your family system to understand, to empower and where necessary, to change.
We understand that people in the LGBTIQ community can face unique challenges during their life journey. Whether you are part of a couple or an individual we take an informed and understanding approach to supporting you.
Initial referral can be as simple as picking up the phone and making a time to see us through the appointment enquiry form on this website or through your GP or other professional. All contact with us is confidential.
What happens in counselling?
Counselling and therapy is goal-orientated and is aimed at achieving desired outcomes that are measured and reflected upon. This occurs over an agreed period of time depending on the issues presented and the goals to be achieved.
Counselling Ballarat has a professional history offering services to individuals, couples (including same-sex couples), the LGBTIQ community, adolescents and seniors.