We understand it can be hard to access support.

Sometimes it can be easier or preferable to ask questions and talk things through with an experienced counsellor on the phone.

Talking to an experienced counsellor, one on one, gives you an opportunity to identify and discuss what is important for you in your life.

You can talk with someone who will listen — and won’t judge, condemn or blame you. Our counsellors do not require you to talk in detail about childhood sexual abuse or sexual assault, if you don’t wish to.

We are here to provide information, support and understanding in a way that improves your relationships and overall wellbeing.

Call us on (07) 3028 4648 to learn more or to book an appointment. You can also freecall (from a land-line) Anglicare SQ Mental Health & Family Wellbeing Services on 1300 114 397 and they will put you through to us.



  1. Comment by Julia

    Julia Reply January 17, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    I truly need to speak with someone about how my boyfriend deals with his childhood molestation. I live with him, have nowhere else to go and don’t think I can handle his therapy. I love him very much, but he wont consider any other actions as being able to deal. I know my love for him will change for my own safety and I just really need to talk with someone on what to do and how I can deal with this. My depression is reaching the lowest ever. I am trying to be understanding, but it’s killing me inside.

    • Comment by Jess [Living Well Staff]

      Jess [Living Well Staff] Reply February 4, 2016 at 11:15 am

      Hi Julia,
      As you’re on our telephone counselling page I’m guessing you would like to talk to a counsellor. Unfortunately we are an Australian service and it looks like you are in the US. Please visit our partners over there, 1in6.org – that link goes to the “family and friends” section of their website, with info and support that I hope will be helpful to you.
      Best of luck finding someone you can talk with about this Julia – as it’s important you have support as well. Take care of yourself in this difficult time.

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