Two Minds Counselling Services

Counselling Elizabeth


We understand that sadness, confusion, depression and anxiety, even anger, can be overwhelming and interfere with our ability to cope with life's challenges; sometimes, even small everyday tasks can seem too much. We want you to know that you're not alone. Trained, compassionate counsellors are waiting to listen to and support you without judgement. You can trust our mental health support and counselling in Elizabeth and across Adelaide for confidentiality.


Modern life is challenging, with the increased demands of the working environment, growing demands and stresses on our children, constant stimulation from advertising and marketing, daily doses of bad or sad news from around the world, and increasing isolation through social media and, of course, as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic.

Many find that their emotional or mental health is suffering. Some of the complaints and difficulties we hear about include:

  • A sense of disconnect: People feel increasingly isolated from friends, family and even from their surroundings. A sense of numbness and flat emotion can accompany this perception. You may not be sleeping or be interested in food or your usual hobbies and pursuits. Your counsellor can help you to reconnect, feel less alienated and alone and start living your life again, with all its highs and lows.
  • A feeling of being overwhelmed: It's not hard to see how many people feel this way. Life is a lot, or it sometimes certainly feels that way. In this case, one either blows up emotionally, shuts down emotionally, or stops operating altogether. Therapy and talking to your counsellor can assist you in breaking down your tasks, responsibilities, and perceived obligations to understand what's urgent, what's important and what may not be necessary at all, or even real. They will provide you with techniques to manage your feelings, such as asking yourself questions to establish reality and managing your time and thinking.
  • Loss and grieving: Always a difficult fact of life, the pandemic may have accelerated loss, often in an excruciating way. Those left behind may be dealing with complicated grief, regrets, remorse, and frustration. Your therapist or counsellor can listen to and support you through your grief, pain, anger and confusion.

Many of these complaints and others are symptoms of depression, anxiety disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Don't be ashamed or embarrassed to speak to your counsellor about how you're feeling. Concerns not addressed now may get worse over time and cause more complex obstacles later on. You'll find that many others are struggling as well.



We genuinely care about you and our community and strive to assist you in any way we can. We offer counselling services but can also help with:

  • Core support services: Many battling mental health issues and disability require practical assistance such as transport, meals, and home care. Our dedicated team are devoted to making your days more manageable and, we hope, more joyful.
  • Capacity support services: Those on GP mental health improvement plans and other schedules need help and guidance in arranging and coordinating their various support activities. We can help with that.
  • Mental health support services: Apart from counselling, we empower young people to be their best selves through Trusted Partner Projects and our Positive Behaviour and Peaceful Kids programmes.

As a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) registered organisation, we can offer a discount based on your GP mental health improvement plan. For your peace of mind, we are approved by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) and have Australian Standards Information and Compliance Organisation (SAI Global) accreditation.



We use a person-centred approach to ensure you know how valued you are. Our sole objective is to help you or someone you know who's struggling to 'Live Your Best Life' and reach a place of recovery. We strive to make your problems shared and to lessen your burden. We want to help you feel good about yourself, your relationships, work, and your world. Follow our blog for stories just like yours and our latest news.

If you're ready to let us help shoulder your burden, contact us today or book an appointment online. We are here for you.