Vision Counselling Perth
Counselling services are available to you from our Perth City office.
PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM 30TH MARCH 2023 Vision will be moving to a new Perth City location at 116 Mounts Bay Road.
Our goal is to provide the most effective and comfortable counselling services to individuals, couples and families in Perth.
Vision Counselling right in the city centre, near the Perth Exhibition Centre, on Mounts Bay Rd.
Access to the building is via a lane way off Mounts Bay Rd.
Counselling Services Perth WA
Therapy services available from the Perth City office –
- Individual Counselling
- Relationship Counselling
- Family Counselling
- Anxiety Counselling
- Telehealth Counselling
- NDIS Counselling
Appointments with a Perth counsellor can be made on weekdays, weekends and after hours.
Vision’s office is located in the Perth CBD at Suite 11, 116 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth WA 6000.
Usually, an hour-long counselling session ranges somewhere between $160 to $280 in Perth. However, these charges may vary depending on where you go, how qualified and experienced your counsellor is, and what type of counselling you seek. Usually, general counselling charges in Perth costs around $200 on average.
While it is common practice to use the word counselling and therapy interchangeably since they both help clients work through their mental health issues, the key difference between counsellors and therapists lies in their degrees and the approach to the treatment they take.
Counsellors generally use a problem-solving approach and practically address a patient’s problems, challenges, or behaviours. For instance, a counsellor working with someone who suffers from anxiety might equip them with different tactics to ward off a pending panic attack.
Therapists, on the other hand, try to go deeper into finding the source and understanding the root cause of a prevalent condition using a combination of different types of therapies. In doing so, they help patients understand why they are facing a challenge or an obstacle and then find ways to get through it.
Whether you need counselling or therapy ultimately rests on the nature of your problem and the type of treatment you seek. Other factors influencing the decision include:
– Their education, experience and licensure
– Your budget and location
– Short-term vs long-term treatment