Cancer counselling services
If you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with cancer you may find it helpful to talk with a professional counsellor.
Counselling can help you explore how to cope with emotions such as fear, anxiety and grief; and challenges such as communication issues, isolation and adjusting to changes in family dynamics.
Cancer Council WA Counselling Services
Cancer Council WA offers both face-to-face and telephone counselling services. Our services are available in both metropolitan and regional WA through our Cancer Council Counselling Network.
If you would like to access the Cancer Council WA Counselling Services please contact Cancer Council 13 11 20. If you would like a family member to access our service, please have them available to speak with the nurse when you call or provide them with the contact details to make the call when they are ready. Parents can request counselling on behalf of children under 16, but we also require the childs consent.
If you are a health professional and have someone who would like to access the Cancer Council WA Counselling Services, please direct them to call Cancer Council 13 11 20 or email email@example.com.
Thanks to the generous support of the community, Cancer Council WA provides some counselling services at minimal or no cost.
WA Psycho-Oncology Service
A free state wide clinical psychology service for Medicare eligible adult Western Australians diagnosed with cancer and their immediate care-givers. Please see web link below or speak to your referring health care professional for further details about our service.
Ph: (08) 6457 1177
Fax: (08) 6457 1178
Breast Cancer Clinical Psychology Service
A free counselling service for adults affected by breast cancer and their families in WA.
Phone: Royal Perth Hospital - (08) 9224 1629, Sir Charles Gairdner Breast Centre - (08) 6457 4590, Fiona Stanley Hospital - (08) 6152 4125.