Domestic violence
counselling

Domestic violence victims counselling

We provide confidential domestic violence counselling and support to women, men and children who have been victims of domestic and family violence. We'll help you work through trauma at your own pace, and support you in getting your life back on track after an extremely difficult time.

Who is it for?

Relationships Australia NSW’s domestic violence counselling services offer compassionate, understanding and professional support to those who have been victims of domestic violence. Whether your experience of violence is ongoing, happened recently, or occurred a number of years ago, we’re here to support you.

Our domestic violence support services are also available to other family members of those who have been affected by violence.

How can domestic violence counselling help me?

Our counsellors give you the space to talk through your experiences as and when you’re ready. We’ll listen with compassion and understanding, and we encourage you to go at your own pace.

We recognise that everyone’s experience and situation is different, and that everyone deals with traumatic experiences in their own way.

Our friendly counsellors have years of experience working with both victims and perpetrators of many types of domestic and family violence, and will help you work through trauma and deal with any strong emotions you may be feeling. We’ll also provide you with strategies to help you move forward with your life when you’re ready to do so.

We’ll help you recognise and focus on your strengths, and regain the confidence to rebuild healthy and supportive relationships when you’re ready to.

Making an Appointment

You can contact us by calling 1300 364 277 or emailing us at enquiries@ransw.org.au. Sessions are usually one hour long, but everyone’s situation is different and your counsellor will be able to work with you and plan your session according to your needs.

Fees

Fees for most of our services are based on a sliding scale depending on your income. In many circumstances, our domestic violence support services are free. Please contact us for more information.

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