Associated Counsellors & Psychologists Sydney
Sydney's preeminent network of psychologists and relationship counsellors offers specialised support to men in need. Whether you are in psychological crisis, a difficult situation or you just need someone to talk to, their clinicians have the experience and skills to help you work through the unique issues affecting you and your family.
The range of issues that can be resolved by professional counselling services is more extensive than you might think. Professional psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers and counsellors offer more than guidance. They offer you a safe place to discuss what’s troubling you.
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Australia Psychological Society
The Australian Psychological Society (APS) is the largest professional association for psychologists in Australia, representing over 21,000 members.
Search for a psychologist in your area. Access over 2,600 psychologists Australia wide, who are in private practice and provide services for a fee.
Centre for Human Potential
Dealing with a crisis?
A desire for self-improvement and self understanding/personal growth?
Contending with mental & physical illness?
…Or sometimes we have no idea why we are feeling depressed, anxious, or sad.
Counselling can help you to understand your feelings, identify underlying patterns or beliefs, and shed light on the factors that may be impacting your emotions and behaviours. Learn new behaviors and/or responses to help you move toward your goals, and bring a sense of balance, stability, contentment and happiness.
Centre For Human Potential (CFHP) is a Brisbane Psychologist practice that has been teaching people to reach their potential through effective counselling techniques for 7 years.
Family Relationship Centres
The Centres are a first port of call when families want information about relationship and separation issues. Through information and referral the Centres help families strengthen relationships and deal with relationship difficulties. Where families separate, the centres provide information, advice and dispute resolution (such as mediation) to help them reach agreement on parenting arrangements without going to court. They also refer families to a range of other services that can help.
Family Relationships Advice Line
It provides all families (whether together or separated) with information and advice about family relationship issues. It allows families to find out about services that are funded by the Government that can assist them to build better relationships. It also provides information on the Government's reforms to the family law system to help families focus on the needs of their children.
LifeWorks is a not-for-profit organisation with 10 branches across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. LifeWorks provides a range of relationship services and programs for individuals, couples and families including counselling, parenting courses, Men's Behaviour Change programs, family dispute resolution as well as Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) and a Corporate Services team specialising in investigations, mediations and workplace training.
We can help with relationship skills, separation, parenting, step-families, mediation and family violence prevention.
If life pressures are causing you stress, you can take action.
NewAccess is a FREE service that provides support in the form of a coach. It’s someone who can guide you in setting practical goals that will get you back on track.
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
All psychiatrists in this directory are Fellows of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. They are qualified medical practitioners who have undergone further specialist training to become experts in the treatment of mental illness.
This website is a service for people who are seeking information about DBT (Dialectal Behavior Therapy).
This site was written primarily by PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN THROUGH DBT, not DBT professionals. For this reason, consider the source of any given document. We cannot give advice, but we can talk about our experiences on our DBT journey. In this regard, I hope we can help one another.