The service adopts a person-centred approach, which means that counselling and support is tailored to meet the unique needs of each client and their family.
Our team of counsellors have decades of collective experience working with children and young people with complex support needs. They provide a safe, non-judgmental space to encourage a therapeutic relationship that facilitates healing and growth, along with the development of self-esteem, resilience and healthy relationships for children and young people.
How Uniting Children’s Counselling Service can help.
The Uniting Children’s Counselling Service supports children and young people who are struggling with a range of issues including:
- Difficulty managing emotions
- Family separation
- Family violence
- School-related issues
- Bullying or friendship issues
- Self-esteem and confidence issues
- Grief and loss
- Relationship issues
- Difficulty resolving conflicts and/or setting boundaries.
Our team of highly-skilled, experienced counsellors have qualifications in psychology, counselling and social work and specialise in trauma-informed attachment interventions. They’re trained in a number of evidence-based areas including:
- Play therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural therapy
- Acceptance Commitment therapy
- Solution focused therapy
- Emotion focused therapy
- Narrative therapy
- Creative therapies
To learn more about the Uniting WA Children's Counselling Service, click here.
Alternatively, Email or call us to learn more, and someone from our team will be in touch.