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    So, how do you go about getting in to couples counselling etc? Does it cost?

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    Default Re: Couples counselling/marriage counselling

    you can search couples/family counsellers on google in ur area depending on if u have phi will depend on wat u pay can $80 - $200 if u are referred to someone if u have been put on a mental healthcare plan then it is alot less in sa there is relationships sa which i dont know if it a national initive or not but i think its government funded i think if ur on centrelink they refer people with family issues there or u just go anyway but i believe it about $40 not sure if other stated have similar organisation good luck finding somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Bugs Mummy View Post
    you can search couples/family counsellers on google in ur area depending on if u have phi will depend on wat u pay can $80 - $200 if u are referred to someone if u have been put on a mental healthcare plan then it is alot less in sa there is relationships sa which i dont know if it a national initive or not but i think its government funded i think if ur on centrelink they refer people with family issues there or u just go anyway but i believe it about $40 not sure if other stated have similar organisation good luck finding somewhere

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    Default Couples counselling/marriage counselling

    Relationships Australia run some sessions but depending if your are religious or not your local church will have a few numbers.

    My parents used the church counsellor for a long time and it did help them work out the issues. It didn't save the marriage but it helped put some details into perspective.

    My mother had depression for many years and my dad couldn't "get it".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Relationships Australia run some sessions but depending if your are religious or not your local church will have a few numbers.

    My parents used the church counsellor for a long time and it did help them work out the issues. It didn't save the marriage but it helped put some details into perspective.

    My mother had depression for many years and my dad couldn't "get it".
    No we do not go to church.

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    Default Couples counselling/marriage counselling

    I'm so sorry Hun. Me and DH have been wanting to do counseling for so long (completely different reasons) but everywhere was $180-$200 a session and there was no way at all we could come up with the cash. It sucks that there isn't more services available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    I'm so sorry Hun. Me and DH have been wanting to do counseling for so long (completely different reasons) but everywhere was $180-$200 a session and there was no way at all we could come up with the cash. It sucks that there isn't more services available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DairyfreeDiva View Post
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    this is the place i mean there usually is a fair wait but i dont thinks its more than $40 may be less on concession

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