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Low-Cost Counselling

Quality and affordable counselling services to support your mental health and well-being at the Raglan Community House

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Affordable Counselling Services for a Better You

Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, or relationship challenges? Are you feeling stuck or unsure about your direction in life? You're not alone. Many of us face mental health challenges at some point in our lives, and seeking professional support can be a powerful way to move through difficult times. At our community center, we offer low-cost counselling services to anyone in need.

Find Your Way Forward with Our Supportive Counsellors

The Raglan Community House has two contracted counsellors, Sarah Court and Donna Ewart, who are qualified and experienced in working with individuals facing a wide range of issues, from anxiety and depression to grief and loss. We provide a safe, supportive environment where you can explore your thoughts and feelings, gain insight into your challenges, and develop new skills to help you navigate your life with greater ease and confidence.

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Take the First Step towards Your Well-Being Today

We're here to help you work through your challenges and find a path forward, no matter what you're facing. The Raglan Community House offers the only non-denominational, low cost counselling service in Raglan. Any member of the Raglan community over 16 years of age is welcome to access our counselling services.


How much does counselling cost?

The Counselling Service is partially funded by the Ministry of Social Development through Child, Youth and Family. Clients are asked to make a donation towards the cost of their session. Community Service Card Holders: $10 per session. Non Community Card Holders: sliding scale selected by client.

How many times will I need to see a counsellor?

New clients will be allocated up to six sessions. Extensions will be at the Counsellor's discretion. The frequency of sessions will be discussed between you and the Counsellor.

What happens in counselling?

Our trained Counsellors will firstly speak with you on the phone. They will identify a suitable time for you to come in and talk with them. The sessions are one on one and are strictly confidential between you and the Counsellor.

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