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A good counsellor uses skills and techniques to help clients explore their thoughts, feelings and behaviours in order to achieve greater self-awareness and make positive changes in their lives. But while counselling can be beneficial for everyone, it can be particularly helpful for those who are struggling with mental health issues, coping with major life transitions or dealing with traumas such as abuse, violence or loss.
Counselling is undoubtedly an extremely powerful tool for personal growth and transformation, as long as you keep in mind that it is not a quick fix because true lasting change takes time, effort and commitment. If you need counselling in Australia, DIPAC is here for you. Schedule an initial 1-hour consultation today to see if you would be comfortable working with our in-house counsellor.
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Counselling Service Offerings
There is no one size fits all counselling. Counselling sessions are tailored to the clients’ specific needs and circumstances. Here are some of the counselling services we offer (face-to-face and online counselling services are both available by schedule).
Marriage counselling helps couples improve their relationship. It can be helpful for couples who are experiencing problems with communication, intimacy, or trust. It can also be beneficial for couples dealing with the aftermath of an affair or unfortunate life events.
Relationship counselling helps struggling individuals develop more meaningful relationships in their personal and professional life by improving their communication style, developing conflict resolution skills, and learning how to handle unfamiliar life scenarios.
Pre-marriage counselling helps couples prepare for marriage. It can be beneficial for couples experiencing difficulties in their relationship, those who want to strengthen their bond before taking the plunge, and those who want to build a stronger foundation for marital life.
Family counselling helps families improve communication, resolve conflict and work through other challenges. It can be helpful for families dealing with difficult life transitions, such as divorce or the death of a loved one.
Couples counselling allows couples to learn how to express and communicate their needs and feelings in a more productive and non-judgmental way, understand each other’s perspectives, and find creative solutions to pressing problems.
Anxiety counselling can provide individuals with the tools and support they need to manage their anxiety and live a happy, healthy life. It can help clients identify and alter negative thinking patterns and learn how to cope with stress.
Grief counselling is for anyone struggling to cope with a loss. It can be especially beneficial if someone is feeling overwhelmed, have difficulty sleeping, or is struggling to perform everyday tasks.
Sexual counselling helps people deal with sexual problems. This can include difficulties with sexual function, such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, as well as issues with sexual orientation or identity.