Family Relationship Centres
How can the FRC help me?
Our Family Relationship Centres (FRC) are for families experiencing relationship breakdown, particularly those who are going through the process of separation or who have separated. We provide a range of services to assist families who are experiencing challenges within their relationships, including those going through separation and divorce. You can talk about your situation with our highly trained staff who will listen to you in a safe, non-judgemental and confidential environment.
If you are interested in our mediation services, also known as Family Dispute Resolution, please watch our videos below. The videos contain information about mediation at the FRC, the legal context around mediation, the voice of children, property and financial arrangements, ensuring families are safe in mediation and moving forward after separation.
For further information about other services and programs offered at the FRC please scroll down to the information provided below the videos.
What services does the FRC offer?
We can assist families who have experienced relationship breakdown or separation with a wide range of services. Family Relationship Centres can assist you with:
• Information, support and referrals
• Child focused Family Dispute Resolution
• Child Inclusive Practice (CIP)
• Parenting agreements
• Property and financial mediation
• Domestic and family violence support
• Family law information and referrals
• Helping children through separation
• Post-separation seminars for parents and carers
- Clarify your problems.
- Gain new perspectives.
- Work through change.
How can the Family Relationship Centre help me?
We provide a range of services to assist families who are experiencing challenges within their relationships, including those going through separation and divorce.
You can talk about your situation with our highly trained staff who will listen to you in a safe, non-judgemental and confidential environment. We help you:
- Reduce conflict
- Repair family relationships
- Separate with minimal harm to children
- Move forward
Making an Appointment
Sessions are usually one hour long. We understand that everyone’s situation is different and your counsellor will be able to work with you and plan your session according to your requirements.
- No referral is required
- Day, evening and Saturday appointments are available at most locations
- Our counselling services are backed by 70 years of clinical experience and service history.
If you have any further questions regarding our counselling session bookings, you can refer to our Frequently Asked Questions section, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 1300 364 277.
Fees are determined based on your income at a level affordable to you. No one is turned away because of an inability to pay fees.
Fees waivers are available for individuals with a Centrelink Concession card or Health Care card, for First Nations clients and in some other circumstances (e.g. for clients who have been granted Legal Aid for the parenting issue being discussed at the Centre)