\ Support After Suicide Albury Wodonga Grief and Loss Counselling
Accedited Mental Health Social Worker
Phone 0458 118 234

Frequently Asked Questions

The following is a list of some FAQ's, if you feel we have missed anything please contact us to let us know.

What is counselling

Counselling provides a safe, confidential and secure place where you can talk freely and be listened to without being judged. It is where you can express your true feelings about what has happened in your life and be accepted for who you are. You can expect me to be honest and open, respectful of your values and genuinely accepting of your choices and decisions. The counselling process can enable you to discover strengths and personal resources that will help you move forward and take control of your life. I work with you, providing support and understanding through the challenging process of change.

Referral for Counselling

Referrals can be made in different ways including through self-referral, your General Practitioner, McGrath Breast Care Nurse, Carer Support network, Palliative Care and Beyond Blue.

How Can I make an Appointment

Appointments can be made by a referring GP or program or directly by calling 0458 118 234 or email heather@hillascounselling.com.au. Your enquiry will be responded to within 24 hours business hours.

Your Privacy

Information relating to you is kept secure and locked, only accessible by the counsellor. If you require information to be shared with anyone, written consent is required before your information is released.

Appointment Payment Options


Lines of Support

Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavementwww.grief.org.au | Ph 03 9265 2100
Beyond Blue - www.beyondblue.org.au  
Carers Victoria - www.carersvic.org.au | 03 9396 9500
SIDS and Kids - www.sidsandkids.org | 03  8888 1600
Support after Suicide - www.supportaftersuicide.org.au | 03 9421 7640 
Skylight Foundation/Children and Teens Bereavement - www.skylight.org.nz

Emergency Support – 24 hours / 7 days a week

Lifeline 131 114
Lifeline delivers a range of national services that promote emotional wellbeing, encourage help seeking, and address suicide prevention and awareness.

Suicide Call Back Service (National) 1300 659 467
Suicide Call Back Service provides crisis counselling to people at risk of suicide, carers for someone who is suicidal and those bereaved by suicide.