Counselling at Twenty10 provides an opportunity for you to talk about what’s going on in your life in a safe environment.
Counselling is a collaborative and supportive space where you can work through the things going on in your life, whilst building upon your strengths and values.
Our counselling service is free, and you do not need a referral or Medicare card to qualify.
On this page:
We currently have available openings with our counselling team. Make an enquiry if you’d like to speak to one of our counsellors by heading to our Contact Us page.
The counsellor will contact you to make a first appointment. If the counsellor is unable to take on new folks, or you need counselling closer to where you live, they can also help connect you with another counsellor.
If you’re enquiring on behalf of someone else, please ensure you have their consent before passing on any private details.
First appointments are for 90 minutes. All appointments following this are 60 minutes. We usually plan for 6 sessions and then review how you’re going.
Some areas we often provide support around:
- Questioning and affirming your sexuality or gender identity
- Experiences of variations of sex characteristics (Intersex) –this is inclusive of people of all sexualities and gender identities
- Sharing your experience with others
- Improving your relationships with partners, family, friends and/ or community
- Dating and sex
- Intersections with faith and culture
- Intersections with health, disability, and mental health
- Worry, stress, sadness and other mood changes
- Building confidence and self-compassion
- Recovery from homophobia, transphobia and/ or other forms of violence or abuse
- Stabilising your life
We are able to provide resource suggestions and advice to other counsellors, schools, and workers in regional and rural areas. Please go to contact us to get in touch with a client services officer. We also offer inclusivity training and bespoke training and consultation services.