Relationships Aotearoa offers counselling for a number of different situations. Have a look at these pages to decide which counselling service would be most relevant for you.
Personal counselling is personal, just you and a counsellor. It's focus is usually how you are feeling about yourself and your life.
Couple counselling is for partners to sort out issues that cause irritation or distress in the relationship. A counsellor works with you to help keep the conversations constructive and to offer ideas and information that might be useful.
There are Stopping violence programmes for people who act violently, or are concerned that they might. These programmes help people to manage themselves and change their thinking and behaviour. There are also programmes to support and encourage people who have been on the recieving end of violent behaviour.
Workplace counselling is often called EAP (Employee Assistance Programme). It's usually funded by the employer, and intended to support staff when life gets in the way of work, or when work disrupts your life.
Family counselling gets the whole family involved. Families influence each other, so getting everyone involved can sometimes have a much stronger effect.