Counselling Services

Looking for a psychologist or counsellor in Melbourne?

Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions — disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behaviour. Examples of mental illness include many of the listed primary concerns below, such as depression, anxiety disorders and stress.

Primary concerns can also extend to bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders and addictive behaviours.

Many people from time to time may suffer from a mental health condition. Ongoing signs and symptoms should never be ignored, as if not treated can affect your ability to function.

Having a mental illness can make you miserable and can cause problems in every aspect of your daily life, such as work productivity or the way you connect with your partner, your family, your friends and colleagues.

In most cases, symptoms can be managed with a combination of prevention strategies, approaches, treatments and therapies supervised by a mental health counsellor.

Counselling can help you re-gain your confidence, clarity and wellbeing.

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Melbourne CBD

903 – 530 Little Collins St Melbourne CBD, VIC 3000

Business Hours:

Mon to Fri: 10am – 8pm Weekend: Sat: 10am – 2pm

Medicare rebates are eligible for Online Counselling

Docklands

Shop 4, 860 Collins St Docklands, VIC 3081

Business Hours: Thursday only: 8am – 7pm

Online appointment

Online Counselling sessions are available.

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Eligibility Criteria for Reduced Online Counselling Fees:

  1. a person who does do not hold a concession card but has suffered from a reduction in pay
  2. a person who is a sole trader or own their own business
  3. a person who is employed but has been instructed to work from home and has suffered from a reduction in pay
  4. a person who is under the age of 70
  5. a person who is under the age of 50 and is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.
  6. a person who is not pregnant
  7. If you are a parent, you must still pay a gap if your child is over 12 months.
  8. if you are a parent, you must still pay a gap if your child does not require treatment for chronic health conditions/ compromised immune system.