Our online counselling service is simply another method for our counsellors to provide support to men and their partners, family and friends. Instead of seeing your counsellor face to face, though, you can communicate with them from your own home.

We understand that it can be difficult to talk with someone and access support in relation to an experience of sexual abuse or sexual assault. Online counselling can be a bit less confronting, but it is still a big step to take. Below are some links to information that may answer some questions that you may have about how online counselling actually works.

There are two agreements you will first need to read and agree with in order to make use of our online counselling services:

  1. The online counselling service agreement outlines your rights and responsibilities as a client of the service.
  2. The online counselling privacy statement describes how we use your data and keep it safe.

It is also recommended that you read the following documents, in order to get a better feel for what online counselling will be like.

  1. The benefits and limitations of online counselling
  2. Keeping your information private
  3. Expressing yourself online

If you do have any other questions or concerns about our services, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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