Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Program
As a member of the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community you are encouraged  to contact Relationships Australia and  visit our local services. We work with our clients and... Read more
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Program
As a member of the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community you are encouraged  to contact Relationships Australia and  visit our local services. We work with our clients and... Read more
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Program
As a member of the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community you are encouraged  to contact Relationships Australia and  visit our local services. We work with our clients and... Read more
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Program
As a member of the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community you are encouraged  to contact Relationships Australia and  visit our local services. We work with our clients and... Read more
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Program
As a member of the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community you are encouraged  to contact Relationships Australia and  visit our local services. We work with our clients and... Read more
Child Consultancy
The Child Consultancy team assists you to focus on and support your child(ren) through family separation. The Service can be offered as part of the Family Dispute Resolution Program. Read more
Child Consultancy
The way a child reacts to a stressful event such as family separation is complex and unique. Supporting children throughout the separation process and encouraging a continued relationship with the all family members is an important responsibility for parents. Research on the impact of separation on children has shown that ongoing parental conflict can result in negative psychological consequences for children.  Read more
Child Consultancy
Child Consultants are experienced Professionals who specialise in working with children and young people.  Read more
Child Consultancy
Step 1: Parents can be referred during a mediation process, or may request a session when concerns for their child’s adjustment to separation are raised.  However, offering the Service is always at the discretion of the Practitioners involved in the particular matter.  Even if a Child Consultant does not see a child/children in a particular case, the Child Consultant may still meet individually with the Parents.   Read more
Child Consultancy
Separated families with children undergoing Family Dispute Resolution, including those in de facto or same sex relationships. Read more
Child Consultancy
It allows both parents to receive independent professional feedback about how their child is coping with the family separation. Read more
Children's Contact Service (CCS)
Providing safe and positive contact arrangements for children whose parents are separated. Read more
Children's Contact Service (CCS)
The Children’s Contact Service (CCS) offers supervised contact and changeover services for children whose parents have separated.   Read more
Children's Contact Service (CCS)
Parents who have court orders or those who wish to use the service voluntarily. Read more
Children's Contact Service (CCS)
Contact and changeover can occur using an independent third party You do not have to deal directly with the other parent It provides a relaxed, safe and neutral environment for children and parents Qualified professionals can assist you to improve your co-parenting relationship for the benefit of the children Read more
Domestic and Family Violence Prevention
A comprehensive range of counselling and support services for people affected by domestic and family violence and those who use power and control within their families. Read more
Domestic and Family Violence Prevention
A range of individual and group support programs are offered in several regions to address and prevent family violence and the use of power and control in relationships. Our services are based on understanding that everyone has the right to feel safe and free from abuse in their home - whether that abuse involves hitting, threats, sexual abuse, verbal abuse, or any other behaviour that is controlling or coercive. The programs are designed for people experiencing family violence – we support victims in achieving an acceptable level of safety, whether that be whilst remaining in the current relationship or leaving. We also support people who use power and control to change their behaviours. Read more
Domestic and Family Violence Prevention
For people who have experienced violence or abuse, or have committed violence and abuse and want to stop, and for people seeking help for children who have witnessed violence or abuse. Read more
Domestic and Family Violence Prevention
Assistance in better understanding the situation, and how to take the first steps towards change. A safe place to explore options without judgement and/or pressure to leave Assistance in developing a safety plan that may result in increased levels of safety in both the short and long term Capacity to work within a group toward learning new behaviours, reflecting on the inappropriate use of power and control and developing new methods in which to have respectful and non-violent relationships. Read more
Domestic and Family Violence Prevention
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Family Dispute Resolution (FDR)
Supporting separating parties to respectfully negotiate parenting, property and financial issues following separation. This process is often referred to as mediation. Our specific program name for this mediation process is ‘Family Dispute Resolution’. Read more
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR)
Family Dispute Resolution is a supportive and respectful process which helps separating parties reach agreements on parenting, property, financial and personal issues following separation. Read more
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR)
Any people who are separating or who have separated, including those in defacto or same sex relationships, and those with or without children. (Please note that those people without children would not be clients of a Family Relationships Centre.) Read more
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR)
The process supports good decision making that concerns your children. Solutions are negotiated and self-determined. The process is cost effective. Sessions take place in a safe and neutral environment at mutually convenient times. The service is private and confidential. Read more
Family Relationship Centre (FRC)
Family Relationship Centres (FRCs) help families which are experiencing difficulties and change, and can assist through information, community connections, education and specialised support services... Read more
Family Relationship Centre (FRC)
Family Relationship Centres (FRCs) help families which are experiencing difficulties and change, and can assist through information, community connections, education and specialised support services... Read more
Family Relationship Centre (FRC)
Family Relationship Centres (FRCs) help families which are experiencing difficulties and change, and can assist through information, community connections, education and specialised support services... Read more
Family Relationship Centre (FRC)
Family Relationship Centres (FRCs) help families which are experiencing difficulties and change, and can assist through information, community connections, education and specialised support services... Read more
Family Relationship Centre (FRC)
Family Relationship Centres (FRCs) help families which are experiencing difficulties and change, and can assist through information, community connections, education and specialised support services... Read more
Family Support Service (FSS)
Delivering a range of free services to families with children aged between 0 – 18. Working with you to improve the safety and wellbeing of your family. Read more
Family Support Service (FSS)
The aim of the Family Support Service is to strengthen the capacity of families to meet the challenges they face at different times in their lives. The Family Support Service delivers a range of free services to families with children aged between 0 – 18 to promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. Read more
Family Support Service (FSS)
Parents and caregivers with children under 18 years of age who require support to increase the safety and wellbeing of their children and family. Read more
Family Support Service (FSS)
Improve parenting skills Develop coping skills for dealing with difficult family issues or crisis Encourage children to attend and do their best at childcare and school Read more
Financial Counselling (Within Gambling Help Service)
Financial counsellors can assist people experiencing financial problems associated with gambling. Our Financial Counsellors: provide comprehensive financial assessment; explore... Read more
Financial Counselling (Within Gambling Help Service)
Financial counsellors can assist people experiencing financial problems associated with gambling. Our Financial Counsellors: provide comprehensive financial assessment; explore... Read more
Gambling Counselling
Counselling offers individuals an opportunity to consider what is happening in their life and what they would like to be happening.  Gambling help counsellors talk with their clients to... Read more
Gambling Counselling
Counselling offers individuals an opportunity to consider what is happening in their life and what they would like to be happening.  Gambling help counsellors talk with their clients to... Read more
Gambling Counselling
Counselling offers individuals an opportunity to consider what is happening in their life and what they would like to be happening.  Gambling help counsellors talk with their clients to... Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
The Gambling Help Service is a free service funded by the Queensland State government and delivered by a network of community based service providers to Queenslanders experiencing problems with gambling. Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
The service offers a range of types of assistance including: Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Gambling can become a problem for some people and for their families and communities. Problem associated with gambling can be wide ranging and include Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
To make an appointment to talk with a counsellor or educator, please call the Gambling Helpline on 1800 858 ... Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Counselling offers individuals an opportunity to consider what is happening in their life and what they would like to be happening.  Gambling help counsellors talk with their clients to look at what is currently happening and explore changes that they may make. Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Gambling help counselling can occur either in a face to face session in our rooms or over the phone from wherever you are.  Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Individuals accessing gambling help counselling meet with a counsellor in a private session, where the counsellor will invite the individual to explain what has prompted them to seek help and what they are hoping will happen to improve the difficulties they are currently experiencing. Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Financial counsellors can assist people experiencing financial problems associated with gambling. Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Did you know that more than 1 in 5 of your clients could be impacted by gambling problems?  Would you know how to identify, support and refer them?  Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Gambling Help Service educators work with gambling industry staff to identify and implement techniques to reduce the risk of problem gambling within the venue and to identify and respond to problem gamblers within their venues. Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
Gambling Help Service community educators work with the community to reduce the risk of problem gambling in the community through primary prevention. Educators offer information and education to community members who are not experiencing gambling related harm. They work to increase awareness and build community capacity in order to maintain wellness in relation to gambling and reduce the risk of problem gambling. Read more
Gambling Help Program (GHS)
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Men and Family Relationships
Supporting men to strengthen relationships and connections with their families and communities. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
Relationships Australia offers a range of Men and Family Relationship Services including counselling, family dispute resolution, assistance on relationship and parenting matters, and education courses on relationship issues and personal growth. The service involves talking with a counsellor about any difficulties that you are experiencing. Clients can access the service through self referral or through referral from another government or non-government organisation. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
Men and their families seeking counselling, assistance on relationship and parenting matters, education courses on relationship issues, family dispute resolution and personal growth. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
Our services aim to help men build and maintain strong relationships with their family, partner, children and friends. We offer information and support on a range of life matters such as family and personal relationships, health or work issues. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
Assistance is available for men who have experienced the breakdown of a relationship and are going through separation. Our services help men with confidence-building and skill-building so that they can move ahead with life. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
We offer assistance to fathers in developing skills to parent their children after separation and divorce. We help parents undergoing conflict to make positive changes in the best interest of their children and themselves. We also have groups for single and separated fathers to get and share knowledge and to explore issues that concern them. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
Our fathering services help to build open, positive relationships within the family. We offer information and support on parenting matters through programs such as: “And Baby Makes Three”, “Parenting Teenagers” and “On Being a Dad”. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
For couples with children from a previous relationship, this course will help them deal with the joys and challenges of step-families. Read more
Men and Family Relationships
These courses are for men of all ages who have difficulty managing their anger. Its purpose is to enable participants to understand anger and overcome its negative consequences. Read more
Multicultural Programs
  If you are a migrant, either new or settled, we know that you will go through many stages of cultural adaptation in... Read more
Multicultural Programs
  If you are a migrant, either new or settled, we know that you will go through many stages of cultural adaptation in... Read more
Online Dispute Resolution
Family Dispute Resolution is a process which helps people who are separating reach negotiated agreements on parenting, property and financial issues following separation. RAQ now offers online... Read more
Parenting Orders Program (POP)
Supporting separated parents to focus on the best interests of their children, reduce conflict and improve co-parenting. Read more
Parenting Orders Program (POP)
The Parenting Orders Program (POP) aims to help separated families who are experiencing difficulty with their co-parenting relationship and maintaining arrangements for their children. Program staff work with parents and sometimes with the children. The program is particularly useful for parents who are involved in Family Court proceedings, and these parents may be court-ordered to attend, however all separated families can access this program. Read more
Parenting Orders Program (POP)
If you are a separated parent or another person impacted by separation (such as grandparents). The program also offers services for children including groups for children affected by separation. Read more
Parenting Orders Program (POP)
POP aims to assist separated parents to: Focus on the needs of their children. Give their children the optimum support, care and guidance they need as they adapt to their parents’ separation and find ways to cope with the parental conflict. Read more
Rainbow Counselling Service
Provided by counsellors with specialised skills, knowledge and experience in the area of LGBTI service provision, the service’s central hub is our Spring Hill venue in Brisbane, but we also have a network of specially trained counsellors in many of our regional venues. Our helpful contact centre staff can help you find a counsellor who is right for you. Read more
Rainbow Counselling Service
Specialised support for people of diverse bodies, genders and sexualities. Our focus is on safe and healthy relationships in all their diversity and the problems impacting on you or your relationships, including Read more
Rainbow Counselling Service
The Rainbow Counselling Service supports people of diverse bodies, genders and sexualities, including lesbian, gay, bi, transgender or intersex (LGBTI) people, or those questioning their gender identity or sexual orientation. The service also welcomes family and allies of LGBTI. Read more
Rainbow Counselling Service
Help you identify patterns in your relationships which are contributing to misunderstandings Help you improve your communication Read more
Rainbow Program
The Rainbow Program is a collection of RAQ service provisions, striving to support the mental health and wellbeing of people of diverse bodies, genders and sexualities, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & intersex (LGBTI) people, as well as those questioning their gender identity or sexual orientation. We also support the families, allies and practitioners who, in turn, support those identifying as LGBTI or questioning. Read more
Rainbow Program
Provided by counsellors with specialised skills, knowledge and experience in the area of LGBTI service provision, the service’s central hub is our Spring Hill venue in Brisbane, but we also have a network of specially trained counsellors in some of our regional venues. Our helpful contact centre staff can help you find a counsellor who is right for you. Read more
Rainbow Program
Transcendence is a social and emotional support group for transgender and gender-diverse individuals, or those questioning their gender identity. Read more
Rainbow Program
RAQ has been delivering LGBTI training to our staff across the state since 2009, helping them to become more confident and competent in working with LGBTI clients. Read more
RAQ Royal Commission Services
Assistance for any person who has been affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Response to Child Sexual Abuse, through a supported case management approach. Read more
RAQ Royal Commission Services
When you first contact the service you will initially be supported by counsellors via telephone who will assist in working with you to ascertain your individual needs and then refer you to the most appropriate service(s) . These services may include the provision of support, information and referrals, and or making an appointment with a suitable counsellor. Read more
RAQ Royal Commission Services
Any community member who has been impacted by the Royal Commission into Institutional Response to Child Sexual Abuse is welcome to contact our service.  Including   Read more
RAQ Royal Commission Services
Our experienced staff can support you during this time through the following services:   Read more
RAQ Royal Commission Services
For more information or to make an appointment please call 1800 552 127 or 07 3423 6890. Read more
Referral for Active Intervention (RAI)
Working with you to improve the safety and well-being of your family. Read more
Referral for Active Intervention (RAI)
The purpose of Referral for Active Intervention (RAI) is to help improve the safety and wellbeing of children and their families. Read more
Referral for Active Intervention (RAI)
Parents and families who have been referred by one of the listed government departments who require assistance around increasing the safety and well-being of their children and family. Read more
Referral for Active Intervention (RAI)
Improve parenting skills Assistance around budgeting skills Develop coping skills for dealing with difficult family issues or crisis Encourage children to attend and do their best at childcare and school Read more
Relationship Counselling
Relationship counselling supports individuals, couples & families with strategies to deal Read more
Relationship Counselling
Relationship Counselling involves talking with a counsellor about any relationship difficulties that you are experiencing. Whether you are wishing to enter a relationship, Read more
Relationship Counselling
You are encouraged to explore your feelings and emotions in a safe place where problems and issues can be understood. Counselling can help you gain clarity, exploring a wide range of possibilities, options and the possible consequences of actions. People report feeling supported, acknowledged, respected and valued throughout the counselling process. Read more
Relationship Counselling
For more information or to make an appointment please call us on 1300 364 277. Read more
Relationship Counselling
Relationship Counselling can assist you if you are: Preparing to be in a relationship Starting a relationship Wanting to make your relationship stronger Having relationship difficulties Read more
Relationship Counselling
Help you to identify patterns in your relationship Help recognise the factors which are contributing to misunderstandings Help improve communication Help manage differences and explore possibilities Help address issues around managing conflict, affairs, parenting, sexual difficulties, loss and grief and separation Read more
Relationship Counselling
You can access counselling on your own and this will ultimately impact on your partner, as change in one person in a relationship will also affect the other.  Also sometimes when one person accesses counselling, their partner can see the positive change and can be encouraged to attend. Read more
Relationship Counselling
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Supporting Children After Seperation Program (SCaSP)
Supporting Children after Separation, also known as the Rebound service, is here to support children to make sense of their parents’ separation and to adapt to changes in the family. Read more
Supporting Children After Seperation Program (SCaSP)
We provide individual counselling, children’s groups and education skills programs for children and young people. Read more
Supporting Children After Seperation Program (SCaSP)
Children and young people aged 6 – 17 years from a separated family. Read more
Supporting Children After Seperation Program (SCaSP)
Children can talk to a skilled practitioner about the changes in their family. They can share their experiences with other children in similar situations. Children can be assisted to develop resilience and coping strategies. Children and young people can access information to assist them. Their situation is normalised and they don’t feel so alone or different. Read more
Telephone Dispute Resolution Service
The Telephone Dispute Resolution Service is a national, telephone-based family dispute resolution service that operates as a component of the Family Relationship Advice Line. The service operates... Read more
Victims Counselling and Support Service
The Victims Counselling and Support Service is a counselling and support service provided to Queensland residents who have been personally affected by crime, either directly or indirectly. Read more
Victims Counselling and Support Service
The main focus of the Victims Counselling and Support Service is to assist you if you have been personally affected by crime to manage the situation as best you can and provide you with resources to assist you to resume your life. Read more
Victims Counselling and Support Service
The Victims Counselling and Support service is available to assist people living in Queensland who have been personally impacted by crime including: Victims of crime – (excluding children under six years) Family members and friends of victims of crime Witnesses of crime Anyone impacted by crime. The crime does not have to have been reported to the Police. Read more
Victims Counselling and Support Service
Assistance working through the emotional and psychological impact of crime Assistance coping with fears and anxieties Assistance with writing a Victim Impact Statement Assistance with applying for financial assistance Read more