ACSA/Gay Men’s Health Counselling Service
ADELAIDE: Professional counselling services at Gay Men’s Health deliver a safe and respectful place for gay men to deal with their issues, says the AIDS Council of SA.
Working through the issues that life presents us with can be both challenging and rewarding.
The Counselling Service at ACSA, the AIDS Council of South Australia, provides a safe and respectful space for gay and same sex attracted men to explore any issues that are confronting them in their daily life.
The Counselling Service supports ACSA’s mission “to provide outstanding health promotion and education for gay and same sex attracted men.”
The Counsellor offers, without discrimination, free and confidential counselling sessions to all gay and same sex attracted men, in accordance with the guidelines and policies of ACSA and the Counselling Association of South Australia.
The Counsellor, Rob Willoughby, is a gay man who holds both a degree and associate diploma in Social Work from the University of South Australia. He is a professional member of the Counselling Association of South Australia.
ACSA will be trialling an extension of counselling hours from 5.30pm to 7.30pm for one evening per fortnight commencing Monday March 26th 2012.
Adrian Booth, a registered psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society, will be providing these counselling sessions.
Adrian has been a psychologist for twenty years and has extensive experience in assisting and working with gay and same sex attracted men. He has been working at O’Brien Street Practice for nearly ten years where he continues to provide psychological services in a safe and supportive environment.
If you would like to make an appointment call the AIDS Council on (08) 8334 1611.