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COUNSELLING

Counselling

Counselling is the process between a counsellor and a client, to face some difficulties in the client’s life that cause stress and feelings within the client. The role of a counsellor is to help the client view their life issues more clearly, or from a different point of view. The clients face their true emotions, feelings, and stress and change the negative into positive. In our counselling services we are using CBT, humanistic approach, client centred, Narrative approach, Art therapy, Grief, Family therapy, psychodynamic, and solution focused modalities.

Our organisations will provide a broad range of professional and therapeutic support that we can offer for existing and potential participants. It is our aim to become a quality disability service provider, with a prime focus on providing holistic, individualized support for people with disability,their families and allied health professionals.

PrivateCounselling

Private counselling is the private practice of counselling, by having their own private practitioners and offices that are run by them as well as run on their own schedules. The private practice will run throughout the week and can include the weekend, as well as anytime the office decides on. Private counsellors will work under many circumstances such as hospitals, substance abuse and rehabilitation facilities or just in their own office. Private counsellors are members of the Australian Counselling Association.

Our Counselling ServicesAt ACCESS

Counselling is a professional and therapeutic process that helps individuals navigate emotional, psychological, or interpersonal challenges they may be facing in their lives. It involves a confidential and supportive relationship between a trained counsellor or therapist and a client. The primary goal of counselling at ACCESS is to assist individuals in understanding and managing their emotions, thoughts, and behaviours to improve their mental well-being and overall quality of life.

Our Counsellors use various therapeutic techniques and approaches to address a wide range of issues, including stress, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationship problems, addiction, and personal growth. They provide a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to explore their feelings, gain insight into their concerns, and develop coping strategies.

Counselling can be short-term or long-term, depending on the individual’s needs and goals. Ultimately, counselling helps individuals develop self-awareness, build resilience, and acquire the skills needed to overcome challenges and make positive changes in their lives. It offers support and guidance on the path to emotional well-being and personal growth, allowing clients to lead healthier and more fulfilling lives. Feel free to contact us for more information.

PrivateCounselling

Private counselling is the private practice of counselling, by having their own private practitioners and offices that are run by them as well as run on their own schedules. The private practice will run throughout the week and can include the weekend, as well as anytime the office decides on. Private counsellors will work under many circumstances such as hospitals, substance abuse and rehabilitation facilities or just in their own office. Private counsellors are members of the Australian Counselling Association.

Counselling Services WithinDisability Care

Counselling services within disability care are essential in providing emotional and psychological support to individuals with disabilities. These services aim to address the unique challenges and emotional needs that may arise due to a disability. Qualified counsellors offer a safe and empathetic environment for clients to express their feelings, navigate personal struggles, and develop coping strategies. Counselling helps individuals with disabilities build self-esteem, improve communication skills, manage anxiety or depression, and enhance their overall well-being. It also supports their families and caregivers in understanding and managing the emotional aspects of caring for someone with special needs, promoting a more holistic approach to disability care.

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Our organisations will provide a broad range of professional and therapeutic supports that we can offer for existing and potential participants. It is our aim to become a quality disability service provider, with a prime focus on providing wholistic, individualized supports for people with disability,their families and allied health professional.

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0406 055 184

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