Our aim is to offer a variety of support services for the local community including issues around:
Relationships & conflict
Anxiety & stress
Grief & bereavement
Mental health issues
Post traumatic stress
Alcohol, drug and other addictions.
Our Counsellors work with children, teenagers, adults and couples.
What is Counselling?
Counselling is a process of addressing and resolving personal problems. It involves exploring difficulties and working with thoughts, emotions and behaviours to promote a healthier lifestyle and improve quality of life.
Counselling is a process of working through issues to gain resolution, understanding of self and healing from psychological distress and past trauma.
Confidentiality is vital, but you can be assured that nothing you say in Waiuku Family Support will be repeated.
Our counsellors, as part of ethical practice, have regular ongoing supervision with an accredited supervisor to maintain safe and sound practice. Both supervisors and counsellors belong to ethical associations i.e. NZAC or NZAP which have ethical guidelines and complaint procedures. All counsellors at Waiuku Family Support are fully trained, qualified and registered.
How do I make an appointment?
To make an appointment simply e-mail (email@example.com), phone our office on 09 235 9099 or drop in during office open hours. Our friendly staff will take your name and contact details, pass them to the counsellor who will call you and discuss your needs and advise approximately when you will be seen. We sometimes have a waiting list.
A beneficiary, victim of sexual abuse or trauma, may be eligible for WINZ or ACC funding. Fees vary and can be discussed with the counsellor.
56 Queen St
56 Queen St
56 Queen Street
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This page was last updated at 9:46AM on April 4, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Waiuku Family Support Network.