Helping People with Change
Are you facing change?
Change is part of the human experience. Some change we welcome, while other change is thrust upon us. Despite being something everyone experiences, change is individual and here at Ponder we aim to help our clients through turbulent change in their lives.
Who We Are & How We Can Help
Who are we?
We are dedicated to helping people navigate change. Our experience working with people spans 30 years, and includes working within churches and the community as well as with clients in counselling. Working with individuals, families, businesses, employees, and NGO’s, has informed our view of humanity, and drives our passion to help people to find hope.
- INTEGRITY HOPE REGARD -
How We Can Help?
We aim to help by providing a safe space and a listening ear.
We will also give you something to take away (also called a resource).
We are not able to offer a crisis service, if you (or someone close to you) is having a mental health emergency, including suicidal thoughts, call your GP or 000 immediately.
For further information and phone numbers, please refer to our help list under “Resources” Tab.
What to Expect?
Sessions will be 50 minutes at a cost of $90.00 for individuals,
75 minutes at a cost of $120.00 for couples,
and $120 to $180.00 for family or group counselling.
Rebates are available on application.
Please consult admin if experiencing financial hardship.
"We need to tell new stories. We need new stories that tell about pain, about love, about life. We need new stories of bravery in the face of what cannot be fixed. We need to do this for each other; we need to do with each other because pain happens. Grief happens."
It's OK that you're not OK by Megan Divine,
Monday - SNC Cnr Brabyn & Macquarie St Windsor
Tuesday - Blue Vista Health Centre 13 Kalinda Road, Bullaburra
Friday - Faulconbridge Health Centre, 441 Great Western Hwy
0490 863 533
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge that our practice operates on the lands of the Darug and Gundungurra peoples who are the traditional owners and custodians. We acknowledge their connection to the land, its waterways, and its culture. We pay our respects to the Elders, those past, present and emerging.