Counselling can help with depression, anger management or anxiety.

Who is this service for?

Relationships Australia Tasmania offers confidential counselling for adults and children over the age of 5, as well as couples and families who are seeking improved relationships, or resolution of relationship or other personal difficulties.

What is Counselling for?

Counselling can help with depression, anger management or anxiety.

Our counsellors can also help children with post-separation, step-parenting and other relationship issues on a one-on-one basis or together with siblings.

Counsellors help clients find options and come to their own decisions on a range of issues.

What happens in Counselling?

Your counsellor will help you reach your own solutions.  Counselling may focus on helping you unravel your situation and assist you to gain insights and perspective.

Your counsellor will listen to you without judgement. You will be heard, you will be safe and what you say will be held in confidence.

People often attend counselling feeling disempowered. Your counsellor will support you to gain a sense of control and direction and together you may develop and explore options for action.

Part of your counselling may include being offered specific skills, strategies and approaches so you can build a ‘toolkit’ to help you meet the challenges of your situation.  It may also involve a referral to other services.

How do I make an appointment?

Appointments are made by calling 1300 364 277.


This is a fee-paying service, concessions do apply.

When you call to book an appointment, we will discuss fees and payment options.

If you have any concerns or questions regarding fees you can give us a call on 1300 364 277.

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We are a Child Safe organisation

At Relationships Australia Tasmania (RA Tas) we consider the health, safety and wellbeing of all children and young people to be our highest priority. We strive to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. In particular, through our Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy.

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