Thank you for deciding to take the step to connect with a counsellor; we recognise that asking for help can be a scary thing to do. The below form is for our live chat counselling option.

Please note that this is a service for men who have experienced sexual abuse or sexual assault and their partners, family and friends. If you require counselling for any other issues, please access Anglicare SQ online counselling service instead.

Before going into the virtual counselling room, it can be helpful for your counsellor to know a bit about you, your situation and history, and/or your goals for counselling. This reduces the amount you might have to type in the first session, and may allow you and your counsellor to use the limited time available more effectively.

Thus we ask that you first fill out the intake form below. Please add as much or as little information as you are comfortable with.

Once your counsellor receives your form, he or she will reply to you via email to arrange your first counselling session time. This usually takes around a week.

Intake form

Please note that due to the absence of staff over the festive season, we will not be accepting new intakes until mid-January, 2016. Please feel free to revisit this page in the new year to submit your request for counselling.

If you are in South-East QLD and are open to face to face or telephone counselling, please give us a call on 1300 114 397 (ask for Living Well).

Otherwise, if you need support now, please check out the below online counselling services:

MensLine Australia: Text and video chat for men.
eHeadSpace: Online counselling for young people and their families.
KidsHelpline: Live chat and email counselling for young people up to age 25.
1800respect: Online counselling for sexual assault and domestic and family violence.
Lifeline: Online crisis support chat available 7pm – 4am.
Suicide Callback Service: Text based chat for people experiencing issues related to suicide.
Counselling Online: Online counselling for anyone with a drug or alcohol concern.

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