Counselling for teens and adults with disability, and their families
We are pleased to advise that we are accepting referrals for our Counselling services.
Carpentaria Counselling appointments are available for adults, and young people aged 8-18 years. Counselling can support people with disability, and their family members, to navigate life’s challenges.
What can counselling support with?
Counsellors provide objective, professional support to people experiencing personal challenges or concerns. Carpentaria’s Counsellors specialise in anxiety, depression, and neurodiversity. Our Counsellors work with adolescents and adults, providing a safe, non-judgemental space to discuss difficulties, develop coping strategies, and achieve goals.
A Carpentaria Counsellor can work closely with you to:
- Provide guidance, support, and education
- Resolve concerns in a positive way
- Clarify issues and explore coping strategies
- Help solve problems, and develop problem-solving skills
- Develop confidence
- Work towards identified goals
- Navigate life’s challenges
- Increase self-awareness
- Improve resilience and mental health
- Provide insight into situations
Get to know our Counsellor, Xana
Xana is passionate about creating a safe space where clients can be themselves. Xana uses person-centred and strengths-based approaches, supporting participants to develop strategies and confidence to achieve their goals and navigate life’s challenges.
Xana has joined the Carpentaria team in 2019 as an Allied Health Assistant, and since completing her Diploma of Counselling in 2021, Xana has transitioned into a counselling role. Xana has a welcoming personality, and specialises in supporting people with anxiety, depression and neurodivergent profiles.