Counselling

Family And Relationships Counselling Services ( FARCS )

Work PO Box 477 Moruya 2537 25 Canning St Bega 2550 Work Phone: Moruya - 02 4474 4551 Work Phone: Bega- 02 64924203 Website: http://www.catholiccare.cg.org.au

Biographical Info

Description:

 

 

 

 

The Family & Relationship Counselling. Service offers counselling to couples, individuals and families who are seeking support in dealing with a range of issues including; building relationships, conflict resolution, improving communication, coping with change, step parenting and parenting after separation .
How to refer: Agency or Self
Eligibility criteria: N/A

 

Service Location: Moruya

Bega

 

Geographic

boundary:

NA
Is it an outreached

service/ program ?

NO
Days/ hours: Moruya

Thursday & Friday 9-5pm

 

Bega

Tuesday-Thursday 9-5pm

 

Cost

( if applicable):

We are able to provide clients with a sliding fee scale based upon $1 per thousand of your annual income (with a minimum fee of $15 and a maximum of $100).

We are also able to offer that if a client’s current financial circumstances are such that they are unable to pay the minimum fee this can be negotiated after discussion with the counsellor.

 

Is there a waiting

list ?

Yes
Job title of referral

Contact person:

Counsellor
Notes to referrers:

 

Postal address:

 

 

Moruya

PO Box 477

Moruya NSW 2537

 

Bega

25 Canning St

Bega NSW 2550

 

Telephone: Moruya – 02 4474 4551

 

Bega- 02 64924203

Email: info@catholiccare.cg.org.au
Website: http://www.catholiccare.cg.org.au
Auspice/ Managing

Organisation:

CatholicCare Canberra & Goulburn
Last verified:   30 June 2014
Categories: Counselling, Domestic Violence, Grandparents and kinship carers, Non Legal, Non Legal, Parents and families

 

*A note regarding accreditation of family counselling services:

Section 10A of the Family Law Act allows the development of Accreditation Rules of persons as family counsellors. The purpose of accreditation is to ensure the provision of high quality family counselling services, and to recognise the professionalism of the sector.

At this time there are no accreditation rules for family counsellors. A list of designated family counselling organisations is available on the Attorney-General’s Department website.

 

 

 

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