Therapist Near me

Find a Therapist Near Me

Looking for a therapist near you? At Vision Counselling and Psychology, we’re here to help.

Our collaborative team comprises skilled counsellors, psychotherapists, and psychologists dedicated to supporting individuals, couples, families, and children.

With offices conveniently located across Perth and regional WA, and offering online sessions via Telehealth, finding a counsellor nearby has never been easier.

Whether you’re seeking support for yourself or your loved ones, we’re committed to providing compassionate and effective therapy tailored to your needs.

Find a suitable therapist by location or service or issue –

All of our therapists are qualified and trained professionals. Each therapist is registered with an Australian peak professional body of counsellors and psychotherapists, including the Australian Counselling Association or the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia.

How do I find a good therapist near me?

When finding a therapist it is important to check that they are a member of a professional association which is relevant to their qualifications (such as counselling or psychology). This will ensure that they are suitably qualified and that there is a Code of Ethics that the therapist adheres to when delivering counselling services to you.
There are a number of associations in Australia including:
· Australian Counselling Association
· Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia
· Australian Psychological Society
· Australian Clinical Psychology Association
Most of these associations will have a directory to help you find a therapist in your locality and they are very helpful with answering questions from the public.

What questions should I ask when looking for a therapist?

When looking for a therapist near you, it is a good idea to ask for the therapist’s qualifications and specialties to ensure that they work in a field that is relevant to your needs.
If you are seeking marriage counselling, is the therapist an experienced relationship counsellor?
Are you seeking counselling for anxiety, does the therapist specialise in anxiety treatment?
If you are seeking assistance with a mental health disorder, is the therapist trained and experienced to treat this particular disorder?
You may also like to ask –
·  Does the therapist operate from home, online or an office?
·  Is the therapist part of a community organisation or are they part of a practice or professional group?
·  What are the opening hours?
·  Are you able to take time off work or does the counsellor offer after hours counselling or weekend counselling appointments?
·  What is the cancellation policy at the practice?
·  Does the therapist have a waiting list or are they able to see you within the week?
·  What are the fees for therapy and is there a sliding scale?
Remember it’s ok to ask the therapist these questions and it can help you to make an informed decision about choosing the right mental health professional for you.

How do you find the therapist that is right for you?

1. Search the internet
There are many private counselling practices in Perth and most can be found by searching on Google or Bing for counselling near me
Private practices will have different schedules of fees and may have one or many therapists available for you to see including counsellors, psychologists or social workers.
It is important to check that these therapists are qualified, registered, insured and abide by an industry body Code of Ethics.
2. Ask family or friends for recommendations
Counselling is a very personal process. Do you feel comfortable to ask a close friend or relative if they know a good therapist?
If so, that may help you to choose a counsellor.
If not, that’s ok too.
A good counsellor will help refer you to another therapy service if they are unable to assist or do not specialise in the area that you need.
3. Find community based organisations and programs
There are a number of community based organisations that offer counselling and mental health services in Perth.
These include Relationships AustraliaAnglicare and the Stirling Support Program.
The best way to find out if you are eligible and what services are available to you, is to contact these programs directly.
4. Access your Employee Assistance Program

Many workplaces now have an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) available to their employees to look after their mental health and wellbeing.
These programs may offer a number of counselling sessions to their employees and sometimes extend to partners and family members.
The HR Department at your workplace may be a good place to check if your employer has an EAP available to you.
5. Seek support through the NDIS
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) can pay for supports including NDIS counselling and psychology services if reasonable and necessary to reach a participants goal.
If you have a disability, you can find out if you eligible through the NDIS.
6. Remember – It’s ok to change therapist!
Talk to your therapist if you are not happy with the service or you are not feeling like the therapy is going well.
Don’t be afraid to change counsellor if you need to.
It’s ok to change counsellors and most counsellors will understand that you need to do what is right for you.

Our team of therapists consists of highly trained professionals dedicated to providing individual, relationship, and family counselling services throughout Western Australia.

With our convenient online booking system, you can schedule an appointment with one of our local therapists in under 2 minutes.

Alternatively, feel free to reach out to our office for personalised assistance. Take the first step towards positive change and contact us today.

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39 Helena Street
Midland WA 6056

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