We understand it can be hard to access support.
Sometimes it can be easier or preferable to ask questions and talk things through with an counsellor on the phone, rather than coming in for a face to face session.
Talking to an experienced counsellor, one on one, gives you an opportunity to identify and explore what is important for you in your life.
You can talk with someone who will listen, and who understands the many barriers and issues common to the experience of male sexual abuse or sexual assault. Our counsellors do not require you to talk in detail about the abuse, if you don’t wish to. Counselling goes at a pace you are comfortable with.
If you live in Queensland, we are here to listen, and to provide information, support, and understanding in a way that improves your relationships and overall wellbeing.
Call us on (07) 3028 4648 to have an introductory chat to one of our specialist counsellors. If none is available at the time you call, we will take your details and call you back as soon as we can.
How telephone counselling works
After the initial conversation, it is up to you as to whether you would like to continue with telephone counselling. This can depend on a range of factors, like whether you feel you can connect with the counsellor and whether talking on the phone works well for you. If you do decide you would like to continue, further sessions can be booked.
Sessions can be weekly, fortnightly, or whatever works for you. When a telephone counselling session is booked, your counsellor will call your preferred phone number at the scheduled time.
All of your sessions will be with the same counsellor. If you would like a different counsellor (e.g. a different gender or counselling style) please let us know, as this is something we understand and would like to support you with.