Funds and coordinates health care services throughout the Wairarapa through seven general practices. Some counselling is available free with the Mental Health Nurse.
Family Works offers a range of counselling support for children/tamariki, young people/rangatahi and families and whanau who are facing complex challenges.
I offer comprehensive clinical psychology services to children, adolescents and adults across a range of problems including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, family relationships, and common childhood behavioural, emotional and learning difficulties. Free service is available to individuals eligible for To Be Heard or WINZ funding. Ask your doctor.
Free sessions available to WINZ clients and those that qualify for "To Be Heard" funding - ie under 25 years, Maori/Pacific Islanders, Community Service Card holders. Offices in Masterton and Greytown, also provide counselling in your home if required. Mobile: 027 819 2260; Fax: 06 304 9973.
Add school counsellors to the list of people you can turn to when you need help. They know how to listen and can help young people with life's challenges. All Wairarapa Colleges have counsellors. Some primary schools have social workers.
Emma Greenlees is the Skylight counsellor in the Wairarapa. Emma provides support for children, young people, families and adults who are experiencing a wide range of grief and loss: including family break-up, bereavement, bereavement through suicide, family member with a chronic illness, children with anger/anxiety/bullying issues, and any major life change involving loss. Emma creates a safe environment that helps her clients to explore issues and move forward. Emma is based in Masterton.
We provide services and programmes to empower individuals and families affected by violence and abuse to make positive changes and build respectful and trusting relationships.
I am a full member of NZ Association of Counsellors. Some free counselling available, please contact me for more information. I am Featherston based.