Our relationships with others and ourselves can be challenging at times. Sometimes we need help being honest and open about the challenges we face. Counselling can bring hope through supporting couples, families and individuals to talk about their concerns and explore solutions.
LifeWorks’ qualified family relationship counselor’s work with adults, children, couples and families from a range of backgrounds, facing a range of challenges.
No matter what stage of life you are at, whether it’s dealing with relationship problems, or wanting to connect more deeply with the most important people in your life, Counselling can help.
Throughout the counselling process the aim is to help couples/individuals to gain insight, clarity and perspective. Counselling at LifeWorks is designed to help people find solutions using their own personal strengths, and to focus on your well-being and the well-being of those around you.
Counselling sessions usually run for an hour. There is no ‘set number’ of counseling sessions, because every couple, person or family that comes to LifeWorks is different. Counselling is completely confidential; anything you say to your counselor is private unless the counselor is required by law to protect your safety or the safety of others.
Want More Information or to Make an appointment?
For more information on the types of counselling available follow the links below.
If you would like more information call us on 1300 543 396 to discuss your situation and how we can help you. You can also request a call back by using the ‘Request an Appointment’ form at the top of this page.
Links to specific types of counselling
Every child is unique! Some kids need more support than others to deal with the personal challenges of ‘growing up’. Let our qualified child counsellors support your child to be the best they can in an ever changing world.
The nature of intimate relationships can change over time. Sometimes couples can feel more like housemates than partners or have difficulty finding compromises on how to parent, or share the responsibilities of day-to-day life.
At times, life can get a little bumpy and we turn to family, friends or colleagues for support, we can also turn to Counselling.