Do you feel:

  • Isolated from family or friends?
  • Constantly criticised, or made to feel worthless?
  • Afraid to disagree?
  • Pressured or vulnerable?
  • That your children are being bullied?

Individual and shared counselling is a way to talk about your situation. It offers assistance in learning skills to enhance your autonomy, health and wellbeing.

Program Information

Who is it for?

Women and young people who have experienced abuse or still experience abuse in their relationship with a partner or family member.

What is it about?

Do you feel:

Isolated from family or friends?
Constantly criticised, or made to feel worthless?
Afraid to disagree?
Pressured or vulnerable?
That your children are being bullied?

Individual and shared counselling is a way to talk about your situation.

It offers assistance in learning skills to enhance your autonomy, health and wellbeing.

How much time will it take?

Counselling sessions are 1 hour for initial sessions. 

Further appointments are made as required.

Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm

Who provides it?

A qualified counsellor

How do I get into the program?

Phone Ballarat Community Health on 5338 4500 or fax 5339 3044.

Waiting times may apply.

The intake worker will assess priority.

Program Cost

Free

Ballarat Community Health will, from time to time, offer free community based Health and welfare programs.  The programs are commonly supported through external grants that provide for the general betterment of the community.