Family Violence Counselling for Women

1 in 3 Australian women have experienced family violence

  • Family violence is when someone behaves abusively towards a family member.
  • Abusive behaviour includes physical violence and sexual abuse, as well as financial, emotional and psychological abuse.
  • A family member can be an intimate partner, immediate relation or someone in a ‘family-like’ relationship, such as a carer or culturally recognised family member.
  • Family violence is part of a pattern of behaviour that controls or dominates a person and causes them to fear for their own or others’ safety and wellbeing.

We can help

Family Violence Counselling can help build confidence and self-esteem, so that women feel strong enough to rebuild their lives. The service is here for women who have recently, or previously, experienced family violence.

Our Counsellors can provide a safe and confidential service, for you or someone you know. Please get in contact with us today or phone 9890 2220

For emergency or crisis support call 000, Lifeline on 13 11 14  or visit safesteps.org.au.

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