Counselling and Therapy

We work with WorkSafe’s participants supporting them with their goals to return to work.  

WorkSafe participants have a return-to-work plan that supports the participant and provides the counsellor with background information regarding the participant’s needs and other confidential information.

The hours that clients attend counselling depends on what has been included in their individual participant’s plan.


 Mental Health Practitioners.

Sited (26/04/23)

Counsellors are skilled allied healthcare professionals who provide psychological interventions that support a worker's journey through rehabilitation, recovery and return to work. 

This policy outlines guidelines for the provision of counselling services under the Victorian workers compensation scheme.

Counsellors must register with WorkSafe to provide services to injured workers.

WorkSafe will review all registration documentation and confirm registration.

Behavioural Therapy

  • Cognitive and
  • Behaviour therapy,
  • Narrative,
  • Psychoanalytical,
  • Gestalt,
  • Exposure and Response-Prevention (ERP)
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Education Counselling

  • Learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Bullying, aggression, or fighting
  • Personal growth concerns
  • Home life issues, abuse, neglect
  • Positive familial involvement
  • Educator or school staff conflicts with students
  • Concerns of grades, studies, and coursework
  • Handling typical school and classroom stressors
  • Advisory on upcoming educational choice
  • Emotional
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General Counselling

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Suicide ideation
  • Mental health and disability,
  • Family and couple relationships
  • Elders counselling
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