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Mental health issues are much more prominent than you may expect. In fact, 45% of Australian adults will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Despite this, there are still societal stigmas about getting help

If you feel sad for extended periods, or that life is getting too tough, you should seek help. Mental illness is in most cases progressive. It starts with feelings of stress, sadness or anxiety, and escalates into more serious problems.

Counsellors are trained mental health professionals. Talking to a Counsellor early can stem the onset of more serious mental illness and return you back to health.

Below is an Advanced Counsellor search function. Counsellors often have advanced training and experience in specialist areas. You can use the advanced search below to find a Counsellor in your vicinity to help you with any concern you may be experiencing.

All Counsellors listed on Mind Your Head have undergone accredited training, are a member of a professional Association, are bound by a Code of Ethics, and undergo regular professional Supervision and professional development.


Learn More

If you believe that you or someone you know may be suffering from depression or have suicidal thoughts, you can learn more by clicking on the links below.

Getting Help

Mind Your Head is your link to help and a happier life. A qualified counsellor can talk to you about issues you may be experiencing and help you implement strategies to be happy and healthy again.

You can find a qualified Counsellor in your vicinity here: Counsellor Search

If you are experiencing overwhelming feelings of grief, pain, loss, anxiety or having thoughts of ending your life, please call the Lifeline Crisis Line immediately.

Lifeline Crisis Support

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ACA - Australian Counselling Association

Mind Your Head is an initiative of the Australian Counselling Association, a national professional association for qualified Counsellors.