Your campus provides free and confidential counselling to all face-to-face and online students enrolled in Australia. This non-judgmental service does not diagnose; we only listen and help you explore areas of concern and work on strategies that can assist you.
Attending counselling does not mean there is anything wrong with you; it simply provides a confidential and neutral place to freely express your needs and concerns. Counselling sessions are not registered on your academic record.
Counselling is simply a place to get some support and assistance that will help you get through your studies.
A. No, you do not need a referral. Contact your campus counsellor to make an appointment.
A. This is an individual decision and is worked out with your counsellor. Together you will work out the most appropriate type of counselling and sessions required.
A. Counselling on campus is free for all students enrolled in Australia.
You can often tell if someone close to you isn't coping with a situation. At the same time, it's easy to tell yourself you're coping just fine even if you're not. Counselling can help you if you:
Counselling can help you see the problem from a different point of view. It is easy to get caught up in a problem and believe there is no way out. Counselling will help you see a problem objectively and find solutions that you may not have thought of.
We've all experienced anxious thoughts at some point. But, we rarely take time to actually stop and do something to ease our anxieties. Here are some tips:
This iPhone app is designed to assist you with managing anxiety, stress and low moods.
Book an appointment with your counsellor
Miriam Holder - Pyrmont & Kent St: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 1300 738 256
Vanessa Bryden-Jones - Fitzroy: email@example.com
Melissa Desmarchellier - Bowen Terrace: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Schulz - Wakefield: email@example.com
For after hours assistance contact: