Maintaining strong mental health in today’s busy world can be difficult.
Approximately 1 in 5 Australians will experience a mental illness.
Hobart City Mission provides personal and family counselling services to help reduce the stress and struggles of everyday life.
Our professional counselling service provides trained counsellors for children, adults and families. We provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for you to express your feelings.
To find out more about our Counselling Service or to make an appointment, call (03) 6215 4200 or fill in the form below.
Our counsellors can support you by:
– exploring life changes and conflicts with you
– understanding and resolving trauma and triggers
– providing tools to work through anxiety or depression
– developing your self-esteem
– developing self-knowledge
– gaining greater insight into your life
– working towards your personal goals and aspirations
Counselling for NDIS
If you have an NDIS Plan and counselling included in your plan, Hobart City Mission can assist you.
We provide a space to discuss what’s going on in your life and support you to develop your personal capacity.
Our experienced counsellor is flexible to your needs.
How to access Counselling through NDIS:
Speak to your NDIS Representative to see if you’re eligible, or give us a call on 6215 4200.
Contact Us About Counselling
To make a counselling appointment, please call us on (03) 6215 4200 or fill in your details below, and we’ll get back to you:
Are you living with a mental illness or a carer of someone with a mental illness?
Hobart City Mission are a partners with SANE Australia, to provide online forums, that offer support and connection for people affected by mental illness and for family, friends and carers. The forums are safe, anonymous, moderated 24/7 and provided in partnership with SANE Australia.
Visit the forums at hobartcitymission.saneforums.org
The forums do not provide crisis support or counselling. So if you, or someone you know, are in crisis and need urgent help call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Emergency on 000.