Counselling and therapy
We can help pay for counselling and therapy sessions if you need support after a physical injury or after experiencing sexual abuse. Find a counsellor in your area who can support your needs.
If you've experienced sexual violence
We provide support for anyone in New Zealand, including visitors to the country, who has experienced sexual violence. We may also be able to help if you're a New Zealand resident and have experienced sexual violence while travelling overseas. It doesn't matter if the event happened recently or a long time ago.
If you've experienced sexual violence, use the Find Support website to see the organisations that have therapists who can support you. This support is fully funded and you can start whenever you're ready. There are also services available for your family and whānau.
If you're having trouble getting in touch with the right therapist, contact us. We'll help you to make an appointment.
If you need counselling support after a physical injury
We can approve and help pay for up to ten counselling sessions. You may have to pay for part of your sessions. Ask your counsellor about costs when you arrange your appointment dates and times.
If you need more counselling sessions
If your counsellor thinks you need more sessions after you’ve finished, they'll let us know. We'll work with you to make sure you get the right support you need.
Find a counsellor
If you're a counsellor listed below and notice your information needs updating, email us: