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Counselling Referral Form

Do you need individual counselling with a specialist therapist?

Submitting a Referral

All requests for counselling start with a Referral. Anyone can make a Referral – a medical referral is not required.

Please ensure you have the following information before starting:

  • details of client
  • guardianship information
  • referrer details
  • details for primary contact person
  • client’s type of disability and health concerns, and
  • reason for the referral.
  • NDIS information, if applicable, would be really helpful too.

Referrals are reviewed when they arrive to ensure we are the right service provider for you, or if we can help in the immediate with resources or telephone support. Thereafter, Referrals join our waitlist and you will be advised when a counselling spot becomes available.

Please contact SECCA for further information about our counselling service or if you require a hard copy of SECCA’s Referral form.

Please note: Due to high demand and the impact of COVID 19, SECCA has a wait list for counselling.

Client Details

Do you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander? (required)

Are you with in a CALD community? (required)

CALD is an abbreviation for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, and is commonly used to identify people who have a unique cultural background in comparison to the dominant Anglo-Australian culture.

Is your postal address different to above? (required)

Leave blank if client does not have own email address

Please include at least one phone number, whether it's the client's direct number(s) or the number(s) of someone else that takes calls on behalf of the client.

NDIS Funding

SECCA has worked hard to ensure that the introduction of the NDIS is as seamless as possible. For information on accessing SECCA’s services under NDIS funding please follow the link.

John struggles to engage with people because of his background and disability.  He was referred to SECCA for help with setting boundaries and developing skills to build healthy relationships.

Do you need emergency support?