Seeking personal support

Axis Clinic works alongside individuals, couples, children, parents and families to provide personalised care.

support for individuals
support for individuals

Support for individuals

Helping people is what we do.

If you need to talk with someone, we have a range of experienced professionals with broad and specialised knowledge who can help.

While we often work in collaboration with your doctor or health care professional, you don’t need a referral to see one of our clinicians.

A referral, however, will enable you to access 10 rebated sessions under the Better Access to Mental Health Care Plan.


support for couples

Support for couples

No relationship is entirely smooth sailing. Relationships can change for many reasons and when difficulties arise, connection can be challenging.

Talking it through can help.

Axis Clinic offers relationship counselling with experienced clinicians. Seeking support can assist with:

  • Improving communication and understanding
  • Strengthening connection and intimacy
  • Shifting re-occurring patterns of hurt or conflict
  • Healing from a significant relationship rupture
  • Developing strategies to help you manage times of significant stress or change together
support for couples
support for children, parents and families
support for children, parents and families

Support for children, parents and families

Our team are skilled at engaging children and adolescents at all stages of their development.

Childhood can be a difficult period to navigate.

Parents and families often seek support to help children better manage difficult circumstances, such as grief and loss, or mental health concerns, such as anxiety, depression or self-harm.

Our team can also help children to develop and strengthen important life skills. For example, how to regulate emotions, build strong, healthy relationships and manage conflict.

Support specifically for parents.

We realise that parenting itself can be challenging too and offer a range of services designed to support parents and families including:

  • Parenting support
  • Managing developmental, learning, behavioural or social concerns
  • Parenting with a mental illness
  • Perinatal support
Support for Regional communities

Support for people living in regional communities

At Axis Clinic we believe your ability to access care shouldn’t be limited by where you live.

We understand the challenges faced by those living in regional communities and how this can impact mental health and wellbeing.

Our phone and telehealth consultations work to bridge the gap and build stronger, more resilient communities.

Support for Regional communities

Making time to talk

How to access care

For immediate help

If you or anyone you know needs help now, please call
Lifeline (13 11 14) or Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) for immediate support.