enhancing relationships and enriching families
our goal… is to help one couple
Counselling Services We Provide
Specialising in Couples Counselling
Marriage Counselling Melbourne is an established counselling service that has helped countless couples find their way back to each other. The counselling sessions are tailored to your needs and address the specific challenges you both are facing.
Each session is designed to help couples work through their identified difficulties with the purpose to renew a sense of love, connection and respect for themselves and the other.
After just a few counselling sessions, couples often tell us that they feel better understood by their partner, and so feel much closer to each other.
Together, couples learn a range of healthy relationship skills and knowledge that leads to a stronger connection and a much happier life together.
A couple once said to us that… “Couples Counselling is like eating broccoli, if you sit there and eat enough of it, eventually it will do you a lot of good.”
Getting Help is easier than you may think
Couples seek counselling for a wide range of reasons. While some couples are experiencing crisis after disclosing an infidelity, others may have suffered a traumatic life event, or are worn down by the slow grind of repetitive negative interactions between them.
Other couples are proactive in seeking help as they can see themselves going down a path in life that concerns them. These couples want to make improvements to their marriage before they reach crisis point and their relationship is severely damaged.
COVID-19 Online / Vicdo / Zoom / Telehealth Consultations
From 1st January 2022, patient access to Telehealth services will be supported by ongoing MBS arrangements.
The ongoing arrangements to build on the temporary telehealth itmes introduced as part of the Australian Government’s response to COVID-19 pandemic, will continue to enable all Medicare eligible Austrlaian’s to access telehealth (video/online and phone) services for a range of consultations that can also be provided in person.
OBTAINing A MENTAL HEALTH CARE PLAN
You will need to contact your General Practitioner (GP) by either attending their clinic or through ‘Telehealth’.
ELIGIBILITY FOR A MENTAL HEALTH CARE PLAN
In order to access Medicare, you will need to consult with a General Practitioner (medical doctor) to determine if you are eligible for a Mental Health Care Plan.
TELEHEALTH SERVICES SUPPORTED BY MBS?
From 1st January 2022, access to Telehealth services (includes video/online/phone) by people that are eligible for Medicare will be supported by the Australian Medical Benefits Scheme (MBS) arrangements.
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