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About Attachment Matters

We are here to help with any of your counselling needs. We have counsellors available right now to help you or your family make real progress toward a better life. Attachment Matters Counsellors are fully qualified and registered with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA). Our combined experience working with children, young people, parents, and carers spans more than two decades. Our Counsellors also hold additional degrees in Psychology to ensure that we only offer the best evidence-based support.


  • Counselling Services

  • Family Counselling

  • Adult Counselling

  • Child Counselling

  • Training Services for New & Seasoned Professionals

  • Specialist Consultation for Agencies & Organisations

  • Providing You with a Safe Space to Heal

  • Mental Health Counseling

  • Neuro-Developmental Approach

  • Personalised Options

  • Child-Centred Family Services

  • Specialist Parent Support Session

  • Counselling for Young People

  • Group Parenting & Behaviour Support Training

  • Complex Case Consultation for Service Providers

  • NDIS Support Available


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369 Brinsmead Road, Brinsmead QLD

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Frequently Asked Questions

What to expect from our children’s counselling service?

This service begins with a 90 minute initial session with the child’s parent, guardian, or carer (please choose initial when booking your first appointment). This is followed by ongoing 60 minute play-based individual counselling sessions with the child, and individual sessions as needed with the child’s most important grown up.

What to expect from the brief-intervention individual parenting session?

This once-off, brief intervention session consists of a single extended consult between the primary caregiver and the counsellor which typically runs for 90 minutes. During the session, the child’s developmental history and relevant scientific literature will be explored to create a shared theoretical understanding of the concern.

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