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NALA

Families

In addition to individual consultations, one of our expert psychologists can work with you and your family as a team, providing tools and strategies to help you find tailored solutions for your relationship needs.

This form of counselling will enable all family members to better understand and value each other in working together to restore trust, self-esteem and strengthen connections.

 

We have supported families with the following difficulties, but this is not a complete list of why we see our families:

  • Keep families together and reduce conflict
  • Repair family relationships
  • Worried about the wellbeing or safety of a family member
  • Coping with separation, divorce or grief
  • Experiencing behavioural issues or school concerns
  • Collaborative parenting after separation
  • Surviving adolescence
  • Dealing with bullying
  • Making step families work
  • Communicating with kids
  • Parenting solo

Family intake form

e.g. he/him, she/her, they/them

Family Details

e.g John Smith, 01/01/2000, Male

Reason For Counselling

Please include as much detail as possible.

General Information

If you nominate availability for a morning and/or Telehealth appointment you are more likely to secure an appointment sooner.

Policies

Cancellation - We ask that clients contact the clinic no later than 11am of the previous business day if you are unable to attend, please cancel at your earliest opportunity via phone, text or email so that the appointment can be made available to others. In the event you don’t, a 100% cancellation fee will be incurred. This policy is explained during intake and at the initial appointment with your psychologist.