Melbourne Life Direction Counselling

Find your life direction and live a more fulfulling life.

Finding the right direction in life is an existential problem that all of us face at some time. Our counsellors can help.

Get help finding life direction.

Speak with a counsellor to achieve the direction you need.

We all deserve to enjoy life without feeling like we have an anchor tying us down

Do you want to change your life? Without setting any goals or a creating a road map to get there, you will have no direction or a starting point.

This can result in many hours of self-pitying and further procrastination of no action, which will further hamper their clarity, confidence and wellbeing…

Our team of professionals can help.

Start finding the life direction you're seeking in 3-steps

Step 1

Book an appointment online or over the phone.

Step 2

Speak with a qualified psychologist or counsellor.

Step 3

Live a more fulfilled and enjoyable lfe.

Your qualified team of psychologists and counsellors.

Amelia Cambrell - Counselling in Melbourne Psychologist

Amelia Cambrell

Senior Psychologist & Counsellor

BA; BSc (Hons); M Psych (Counselling);

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Dr Malcolm Winstanley-Cross - Psychologist at Counselling in Melbourne

Dr Malcolm Winstanley-Cross

Senior Psychologist

BA (Hons) Psychology, MA (Hons) Clinical Psychology, PhD

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Harshani Algiriya - Psychologist at Counselling in Melbourne

Harshani Algiriya

Senior Counsellor
BA, PG

BA, PG (Counselling), MA (Counselling), ACA – Level 3

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Garry
Thomson

Senior Psychologist

B. Arts (Hons),
M. Arts (Clin Psych)

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Get help finding life direction.

Finding the right direction in life is an existential problem that all of us face at some time.

Whether you’re fresh out of university and figuring out what you want to do with the rest of your 20s and beyond, or you’ve realised your existing lifestyle you’re living no longer “does do it for you”

Sometimes we can feel lost, stuck and confused which life direction counselling can help explore other options. We might have mixed feelings about a particular course of direction or about our relationships, hopes in life, career, and other aspects of life. Feeling ‘off course’ can stir feelings of emptiness, anxiety, frustration, confusion, restlessness, irritability and tiredness. Sometimes we might feel like we’re living our life for other’s approval such as our parents, partners or peer pressures. Sometimes our hopes conflict or we might feel paralysed by fear of moving forward due to perceived risk, uncertainty and loss of familiarity leading one to feel vulnerable of anxiety and depression.

Take the next step: book an appointment.

A Counselling in Melbourne life direction psychologist will partner and assist you to gather your thoughts, develop a strategy and give you the self-confidence and belief needed to put your thoughts into actions and break the procrastination cycle. Please call us on 1300 967 734 or book online.

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Malcolm has appointments available at multiple locations:

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.

Please select your location

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.