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Have you experienced a traumatic event?

Unfortunately, at times we can experience traumatic events. And immediately after this time we can be unsure how to cope. If you are in immediate danger, or need to contact the police please call 000. Once you are at home and the incident has passed, you might find yourself feeling unsettled. Well, what we as psychologists understand about the brain when there is acute stress, is that we do need time slow down and make some sense of our experience. This is where psychologists can help you after you have gone through a difficult time. We will sit with you for as long as you need to process and organise your thoughts. This can be over short period of time, however you can also choose to engage in longer term therapy.

The following events are examples of why others have reached out for our support:

  • Witnessing a criminal act
  • Car/motor vehicle accidents
  • Divorce or separation
  • Sexual assault
  • Workplace bullying
  • Being made redundant/dismissed
  • Physical health diagnosis

Please be mindful our services are for those who are not in any immediate danger and the following services should be contacted if it is an emergency:
Police/Ambulance/Fire 000
Lifeline 13 11 14

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