Located at Collie Community House,          

5 Forrest St COLLIE WA        

Ph: (08) 97345343    

PO BOX 773





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Collie Family Centre Counselling Service


The Collie Family Centre Counselling Service is funded by
The Mental Health Commission and Bendigo Bank.

Counselling is for anyone who is concerned about their relationships with other people, family members, friends and people they work with. It can also help with personal concerns or maybe you just need to talk to someone.
The Collie Family Centre Counselling Service is free and no referral is needed.

Issues may include but are not limited to:

  • Difficulties relating to partners
  • Desire for personal growth and understanding
  • Grieving
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Coping with major life changes
  • Hassles at work
  • Family relationships

Counselling is confidential, the counsellors are bound by a professional code of ethics. There may be certain exceptions when the counsellor is concerned that a client may harm themself or another individual.
A single counselling session usually lasts 50 minutes. The c
ounsellor may recommend further appointments and if you accept the recommendations then these will usually be held regularly.
Support groups and information sessions on various topics can also be arranged. These are an opportunity for small groups of people to meet, share their concerns and learn together. If you or your friends have a particular need please let us know; we welcome suggestions.


Appointments can be made by phoning Collie Family Centre 08 97345343


Please note: we are NOT a crisis counselling service.
If you are in need of urgent assistance please ring one of
the following numbers:

  • Ruralink (After hours mental health hotline):1800 552 002
  • Lifeline (24 hr crisis/suicide prevention): 13 11 14
  • Crisis Care (suicide /  domestic violence / child abuse): 1800 199 008
  • Mensline Australia (family / relationships): 1300 789 978
  • Family Drug Support: 1300 368 186
  • Kids Helpline: 1800 551 800



Carers Charter

1). Carers must be treated with respect and dignity.

2). The role of carers must be recognised by including carers in the assessment, planning,
delievery and review of services that impact on them and the role of carers.

3). The views and needs of carers must be taken into account along with the views,
need and best interests of people receiving care when decisions are made that impact on carers and the role of carers.

4). Complaints made by carers in relation to services that impact on them and
the role of carers must be given due attention and consideration.



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