CatholicCare's counselling service provides support to children, adults, couples and families who are experiencing a range of traumas and difficulties.  

CatholicCare's counselling service provides support to children, adults, couples and families who are experiencing:

  • grief and loss
  • family, relationship and marriage difficulties
  • stress/anxiety/depression
  • changes in personal or family situations
  • pregnancy loss

Our skillful and compassionate counsellors are qualified professionals experienced in couple, family and individual counselling.

We can provide:

  • support in difficult times
  • a listening, independent ear
  • help with recognising and building on strengths
  • the opportunity to gain new perspectives and insight into problems
  • strategies for coping with stress and major life changes

Information discussed in a counselling session is strictly confidential. Exceptions to confidentiality may apply where a counsellor identifies concerns about someone’s safety and/or criminal behaviour.

We offer counselling in person or via online or phone. 

CatholicCare also offers Marriage and Relationship Education courses. Please click here for more information. 

To book an appointment:

  • Call us on 4254 9395 to complete the intake process, or
  • Complete the online intake form. Once submitted, our intake team will call as soon as possible.

If you are from a referral agency and wish to refer a client, please complete the online referral form here.

Concessions apply, dependent on financial circumstances.

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The counsellor was very helpful and understanding and did not rush me when I had any conversations with her. I felt comfortable talking to her about the issues I was facing and did not feel judged. Since going to counselling, I have gained a better understanding of the situation I was in. I now feel 100% better and not so guilty
The Counsellor was able to establish a positive rapport with my daughter, who received professional and caring help at all times. Even with her young age she felt comfortable discussing everything and was always encouraged in a very positive way
Having an individual counselling session each, and then seeing the counsellor together for sessions was extremely beneficial. We got the opportunity to speak privately of our own grievances, from our own perspective, giving the counsellor a firm grounding on our separate viewpoints that she then effectively used to help guide us towards solutions
From the first time I made contact with CatholicCare I began to feel that I had hope. Meeting and speaking with my counsellor has been extremely beneficial. I have found ways to cope and my relationship with my husband has improved dramatically. We have definitely come a long was as a couple. I would recommend seeing a counsellor to anyone needing help with relationship issues