At Family Matters we offer ​Neurofunctional Intervention Therapies which harness your brain's natural neuroplasticity.


These therapies have been shown to strengthen healthy brain connections and decrease symptoms of Austism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defience Disorder (ODD) and Attachment and Learning Disorders.  Best of all they are fun!


Brain Training, by helping to regulate our natural fight or flight response  has also been proven to help alleviate the symptoms of Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Chronic Depressive and Anxiety Disorders.



Super Hero School

Helping Little People Manage BIG Emotions


Designed for children aged 3-5 get ready for Preschool or Prep, this program will help children with ASD recognise their emotions and express them in healthy ways. 


NDIS Approved





​We offer a Person Centred approach to Relationship Counselling - which is perfect for couples, parents with children and your significant relationships.


This Person Centred approach to counselling has also been proven to be effective for emotional healing and growth.


We also use tools such as CognitiveBehaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness to address the unhelpful thoughts and emotions behind Mental Health challenges such as Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Eating Disorders and Self Harm.


If you have any questions about our counselling services please contact us by phone or email.

Online Skype or Facetime sessions are also available.


RAGE Anger Management Workshops


A six session workshop for teens and young people to help renegotiate angry and guilty emotions. An activity based, hands on program RAGE has made a significant impact in the lives of young people throughout Australia. 

Triple P Teen Groups


The Teen Triple P Group is a 7 week parenting program aimed at parents or carers of teenagers aged 12-16 years who have or are at risk of developing behaviour problems. Teen Triple P teaches parents how to encourage emotional self-regulation and to help their teenager develop the social skills they need to get along with others and be successful at school and in the wider community. Teenagers who grow up with positive parenting are more likely to develop appropriate life skills, feel good about themselves, and are less likely to develop serious problem behaviours.