Insight Counselling provides an honest, confidential, non-judgmental approach to counselling so we can help our clients move forward in life.
Some of the areas we help people with are;
- Counselling supervision
- Stress Management
- Work Issues
- Relationship Issues and Marriage Counselling
- Grief and Loss
- Parenting and Family Issues
- Anger Management
- Men’s Issues
- Ageing issues
- Abuse issues
Menslink has been supporting young men in the Canberra region for over fifteen years through our free counselling, volunteer mentoring and education programs. In that time we have helped thousands of young guys get through tough or lonely times with the least amount of pain or harm to themselves or those around them. We help young blokes reach their full potential and become the great adult men they want to be, because we believe everything is possible for them, their families, their mates and our community.
Counselling, Psychology, Youth/Adolescent
Menslink accepts referrals from any agency, government Directorate, school, medical practitioner or other professional who deals with or supports young men aged 10-25 in the Canberra region. Menslink Mentoring is available for young men aged 10-16. Menslink Counselling is available for young men aged 10-25.
Companion House is a non government community based organisation. We work with adults and children who have sought safety in Australia from persecution, torture and war related trauma. We believe that people who have survived torture, trauma and human rights violations should have access to services that respect, empower and promote recovery.
Training and Professional Development
Policy Advice and Awareness Raising
New Arrivals/ Migration Advice
Counselling Service- Trauma Psychology
Domestic and Family Violence service
ACT Police Indigenous Liaison Office
We aim to work with the Multicultural and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to create positive relationships with police, break down barriers and learn, understand and appreciate the needs of cultural groups in Canberra. ACT Policing’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison Officers (ALO) undertake a wide variety of tasks including developing and maintaining a network of contacts between police and local indigenous communities in order to strengthen cooperation and communication.
We work closely with the community to encourage positive role models and enhance police/indigenous relationships. Our ALOs educate police officers about the indigenous culture and encourage them to develop a better understanding and interaction with persons of an indigenous background.
ACT Police Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officer
The Australian Federal Police’s Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officer (GLLO) Network is a volunteer network which helps support individuals and managers within the Australian Federal Police as well as members of the Lesbian, Gay Bisexual Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) community it serves.
In ACT Policing there are trained GLLOs who form a vital link between police and the LGBTI community.
Services: Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Trans Gender services
A Gender Agenda
A Gender Agenda aims to support the goals and needs of the intersex, transgender and gender diverse communities of Canberra and the surrounding region. Through education, advocacy, peer support and professional networks we connect people to each other and build off the wisdom of collective experiences.
Gay Lesbian Bisexual Trans gender Services
Toora Women INC
Drug & Alcohol including counselling, Homelessness
Crime Victims Services Unit
Victims Services has a dedicated contact line for Aboriginal victims of crime who would like information on victims rights, how to access counselling and financial assistance.
All victims of violence offences, in the Northern Territory are eligible to apply for compensation. This includes; victims of an offence where a person was physically or mentally injured, a dependant relative of a person is killed as a result of an offence and they have suffered financial loss, or a widower, de facto partner or parent of a child under 18 years is killed as a result of an offence and have suffered grief.
Service Assisting Male Survivors Of Sexual Assault
The Service Assisting Male Survivors of Sexual Assault offers counselling and support to men over the age of 16 in the ACT and surrounding region. SAMSSA is available for any man or supporters of a man who has experienced any form of sexual abuse (adult rape, childhood sexual abuse, ritual abuse or sexual harassment) whether it is a recent assault or an assault that happened years ago. Phone support between 7am and 11pm, and all counselling related enquiries, including all appointments and referrals
Counselling, Crisis Care, Men's Health, Sexual Assault, Sexual Health