Mental Health and Counselling

Whether you are curious to better understand your emotions, feeling motivated to achieve your potential, or struggling with a mental illness, we can support you wherever you are through the following options.
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We offer 1:1 counselling sessions for any woman over the age of 18 years old. Sessions are conducted in person in our peaceful counselling rooms, or over the phone. The sessions are confidential, designed for short-term support, and booked with qualified, passionate and experienced counsellors.


We gratefully accept a $20 donation for each session, and we are always open to discussion in situations of financial hardship. For non-attendance, or cancellation less than 24 hours prior to the appointment time, a $20 administration fee will be charged.

Waiting times

Once you have filled in our contact form and our team has reached out to you, you will either be placed on a waitlist or booked into a counselling session. Wait times vary, so please enquire with us at the time.


You can enquire about yourself or a client through our contact form.

‘Be Well’ Mental Health

This program is a holistic, community-based option for making positive changes to your mental health, lifestyle and wellbeing, while connecting with a community of women with the same goal. The individual and group options are facilitated by qualified social workers. Anyone is welcome, although an initial assessment is required.

Individual Support

We can provide 1:1 therapeutic support, referral and advocacy services, to help you improve your mental wellbeing. A qualified social worker will work directly with you to listen to your concerns, support you to create lifestyle changes, suggest information and supply resources that will support with your journey. We can also connect you with other organisations and give you a referral to ensure you receive the support you need.

Be Well Recovery Group

A weekly community-group where women explore self-improvement, lifestyle changes, discussion of mental health experiences and more. The group is open, informal and includes activities that positively impact your wellbeing, such as:

  • Psychoeducation and group discussions
  • Individual goal setting
  • Wellness self-management
  • Relaxation and mindfulness
  • Nutrition and exercises
  • Creative art and crafts


Self-referrals are welcome, as are referrals from GPs, mental health clinics, psychiatrists and other health professionals through our online referral form. An assessment is required when joining the program.

Find out when the next Be Well program starts in our group calendar.

Family Therapy

The goal of family therapy is to enhance a sense of belonging, connection and communication with your family members. When you are able to process the challenges and problems your family is facing collectively, you are able to better empathise with one another, and establish stronger relationships and healthy boundaries.

Bringing a therapist into your family dynamic can help you:

  • Improve communication and allow each person to be equally heard
  • Collectively identify strengths of your unique family dynamic
  • Identify areas of unhealthy patterns that might be damaging the relationships
  • Problem solve and resolve conflict together rather than independently
  • Start a conversation that might feel too difficult to have without assistance

Family therapy can involve working with couples, parents, children, siblings; individually or altogether. The length of time that family therapy takes depends on the unique collective goals set out in collaboration with their therapist.

Family therapy locations: Northbridge & Joondalup.