Barbara Rose

A few sessions of counselling can make a huge difference for people.
By discussing your issues and describing the background to your situation you may find options and solutions you have not thought of before.
The sort of situations you may want to come to Counselling for:

  • A relationship breakup
  • Grief
  • Health Issues
  • Loss of a job
  • Conflict at work
  • Postnatal Depression
  • Anxiety during pregnancy or after the birth
  • A difficult childbirth
  • Post Traumatic Stress
  • Panic Attacks
  • Parenting Issues

Counselling is also suitable for couples wanting to work on their relationship.

Your GP can also refer you for a limited number of sessions under the Psychological Therapy Services Program (PTS) preciously known as ATAPS.

Talk to your GP about a referral to Government funded PTS Services

As a general guide" Referrals for PTS Sessions are available for:

  • Young People
  • Perinatal (Postnatal Depression and Antenatal Depression or Anxiety) Depression - within the 1st year of your baby’s life
  • Complex Trauma
  • Risk of Self-Harm or Suicide
  • Trouble with Drugs and Alcohol