FREE Counselling

FREE Counselling

EWRF has always been a strong believer in the importance of mental health especially when it concerns the marginalised, the vulnerable and the impoverished communities as the lack of awareness of the benefits of psycho social help and counselling has to offer. EWRF constantly champions the need for anyone suffering from whatever issues to seek a professional counsellor so they can deal with the challenges life throws at them. Further to that, EWRF also offers FREE counselling to the public so please do contact us and seek the help available. It will change your life.

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Why is counselling important today ?

Counselling provided by trained professionals can make a profound impact on the lives of individuals, families and communities. This service helps people deal and face difficult life situations, such as the loss of a loved one, divorce & separation, unexpected crisis, education & employment stress and the loss of a job. Today we’re busier than we’ve ever been before, as our attention is stretched in every way possible from our waking moment until the moment we fall asleep. This doesn’t allow us the time to sit and process feelings of guilt, remorse, grief or sorrow. Counseling or talking therapy provides the means for you to simply dedicate some time to facing or confronting your issues.

The taboo around counselling ?

Mental health has often been a taboo subject but times are changing and now people are beginning to speak about mental health much more. But, counselling is not limited to just mental health problems, it’s also useful for things like challenges faced in relationships, difficult life situations and behavioural problems. Having someone to talk to, who is there specifically to listen to you talk about your feelings without judgement, is an invaluable gift to many people.

How can counselling help you or your loved ones ?

Often people find solace in talking to friends or  loved ones, but for many people, this can actually be a barrier to openly and honestly sharing your issues. Many people feel more at ease talking to a trained professional that can be made available through counselling services. The counsellor is essentially a stranger that will listen to you without judgement. They’re experienced in cognitive behavioural therapy which ensures your counseling session will be guided with the intention of helping you with your challenges so that you can make the best out of what life has to offer you.

Why is counselling important today ?

Counselling provided by trained professionals can make a profound impact on the lives of individuals, families and communities. This service helps people deal and face difficult life situations, such as the loss of a loved one, divorce & separation, unexpected crisis, education & employment stress and the loss of a job. Today we’re busier than we’ve ever been before, as our attention is stretched in every way possible from our waking moment until the moment we fall asleep. This doesn’t allow us the time to sit and process feelings of guilt, remorse, grief or sorrow. Counseling or talking therapy provides the means for you to simply dedicate some time to facing or confronting your issues.

The taboo around counselling ?

Mental health has often been a taboo subject but times are changing and now people are beginning to speak about mental health much more. But, counselling is not limited to just mental health problems, it’s also useful for things like challenges faced in relationships, difficult life situations and behavioural problems. Having someone to talk to, who is there specifically to listen to you talk about your feelings without judgement, is an invaluable gift to many people.

How can counselling help you or your loved ones ?

Often people find solace in talking to friends or  loved ones, but for many people, this can actually be a barrier to openly and honestly sharing your issues. Many people feel more at ease talking to a trained professional that can be made available through counselling services. The counsellor is essentially a stranger that will listen to you without judgement. They’re experienced in cognitive behavioural therapy which ensures your counseling session will be guided with the intention of helping you with your challenges so that you can make the best out of what life has to offer you.


Free Walk-In Counselling

Mondays at EWRF HQ

1.00  PM to 5.00 PM

Please call us on (03-7710 0140 /42) a few days earlier to make an appointment

Free Phone Counselling

Every Mondays, Wednesdays and & Fridays

12.00 PM to 4.00 PM

Call us on 03-7710 0140 / 42