Coast Care Counsellors provide professional, compassionate and affordable counselling to the Central Coast community.
“I feel sad all the time. I want to feel better”
“My wife/husband wants to get a divorce. What can I do to save my marriage?”
“I just found out my partner has had an affair. We need help to get our relationship back on track”.
“We keep on fighting all the time. I feel scared. Can you help me?”
“I think I might have a drinking problem and it’s affecting my relationship. I need help”.
“I feel anxious and stressed all the time. Would you be able to give me some strategies to help me cope?”
“My husband died a few months ago and I feel lonely and can’t stop crying. Am I depressed or going through grief?”
A qualified counsellor can help
What is Counselling?
Counselling can be of great support in times of crisis or change. Nearly everyone faces challenges and difficulties in their life at some time. Stress, anxiety, addictions, bereavment, relationship problems, or simply to “feel better and more confident” are some of the reasons why people decide to see a professional counsellor.
Counselling is an opportunity to…
Talk to someone in a safe, supportive and confidential environment. This is often the first step towards making sense of the chaos and worry that we all experience at times.
Explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours and move toward a deeper understanding of the underlying issues that contribute to your problems. Many people begin to feel better and move forward at this stage.
Gain awareness and a clearer, more objective perspective about yourself and your issues. Benefits often include increased self-acceptance, confidence and a sense of inner peace and calmness.
If you would like to make an appointment, call or text one of the counsellors and agree on a time that works best for you.
You do not need to have a GP referral to see a Counsellor.