Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life

Counselling is a collaborative process in which you explore and work on resolving personal issues that may be causing anxiety, depression, grief, fear or pain. At Griffith Counselling and Mediation Services NSW, we provide a safe, non-judgmental and positive environment to cope with your issues.

Sometimes life may stop you from being able to fully express yourself. You may feel overwhelmed, stressed, anxious or depressed. Counselling will help you move past emotional roadblocks as you transition to where you want to be.

How Can Counselling Help Me?

Making the decision to come to counselling may be a big step. You may be feeling overwhelmed, fearful, embarrassed or unsure about seeing a counsellor. It is normal to experience a range of emotions when sharing your story with a stranger. Fortunately, our team will help you navigate this nerve-wracking process.

Online Counselling

You can experience counselling face to face, by Skype, or by phone, depending on the nature of your issue and the type of counselling that may best address it.

Learn More About Our Programs

Relationship Training

People can often move into relationships too quickly and it can end in disaster. By taking relationships slower and becoming thoroughly acquainted with each other’s character, you begin to build a friendship and identify each other’s core values and spiritual beliefs.

Coping with Grief & Loss - Relationships & Employment

Grief is defined as the response to loss. This experience is a normal, natural and inevitable response to loss. Going through the grief cycle can affect every part of your life, and no two people cope with grief in the same way. If you’re experiencing intense feelings such as sadness, anger, anxiety, disbelief, panic, relief or even numbness, our counselling will set you on the path toward recovery.

Anxiety & Depression

Change your thoughts, change your life! This counselling program is designed to help both children and adults as they deal with social anxiety, panic attacks, sadness, hopelessness and more.

Coping with Grief & Loss – Bereavement

Everyone grieves in his or her own way. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. Some people do not show their grief in public, but only express it in private. Some people are open and expressive with their grief, crying and wanting to talk with others. No matter the precise nature of your loss, our counselling sessions will help you cope with these intense feelings.

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