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Counselling and Psychotherapy
Counselling and Psychotherapy

Find out how counselling and psychotherapy can help to improve your mental health and wellbeing.

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Supporting Families
Supporting Families

Counselling and psychotherapy support couples and families to reduce conflict, develop relationships and improve quality of life. Some practitioners specialise in family therapy and relationship counselling.

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Meeting the diverse needs of the community
Meeting the diverse needs of the community

There are different types of therapy to meet the needs of diverse clients in the community. PACFA provides resources on counselling and psychotherapy and other mental health resource available in the community.

Community Resources
Community Resources

PACFA is a valuable mental health resource for the community. We run a Register of qualified practitioners and provide information on counselling and psychotherapy.

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Mental health resources for the community
Mental health resources for the community

Find out how counselling and psychotherapy can help to improve the mental health and wellbeing of clients of all ages. Counsellors and psychotherapists support individuals, children and families in diverse communities throughout Australia.

Costs vary greatly and range from $60 to $150 a session, although some practitioners charge outside this range. Some practitioners will also negotiate a fee based on the client’s capacity to pay.

What you pay for therapy as a client will depend on personal choice, how comfortable with the therapist you are seeing and your financial circumstances. If you are in any doubt, seek more information or change therapists if necessary.