“I never knew that depression and anxiety went hand in hand. I could never pin point the reasons I was anxious, would have panic attacks, or just didn’t feel how I wanted to feel. That is until I met Daniel. By going to Sanity Care, my perspective and overall quality of life has changed.”
Sanity Care and Family Therapy offers Christian counselling, family therapy services and NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) services. Our clients are diverse, and our services are open to everyone, regardless of your age, ability, gender, sexual preference, culture, ethnicity, or faith. We provide a confidential counselling service for people who need help with personal problems, and we support you through to wellness.
At Sanity Care, we foster acceptance and hope. Counselling provides an opportunity to explore your issues – whatever is going on for you – in a non-judgmental and empathetic setting. We give you the time and space you need to be able to talk, to open up, to let off steam and to think and feel through the situation you are facing. Counselling can provide you with a sense of control over your response to your life and its challenges. And counselling can help you to deepen your self-reflection and the process of self-understanding. We all need to feel heard and to feel understood, and the team at Sanity Care is ready to listen.
Counselling helps you to love your life
Sanity Care can help you with all of these concerns and more. There are all kinds of reasons people come to see a counsellor, but if you haven’t been to therapy, you might be a little curious about how it all works and whether it’s right for you. We will answer your questions and help you with your concerns in a comfortable and caring environment. And the more you commit to the counselling process, the better you will feel. We look forward to working together with you and helping you find clarity so that you can grow.
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
A core strength of Sanity Care is that we provide genuinely culturally-specific understanding. Many of our team members are trained in working cross-culturally and we can empower you to participate in your local community. The National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) has helpfully drawn attention to how people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds are likely to experience discrimination in their lives. CALD people may be discriminated against by the wider community because of their race, and they may face discrimination within their own cultural group and the wider community because of their disability.
Sanity Care can assist CALD people with disability through: education and advocacy; defending your rights; sharing knowledge with you; helping you to understand and accept your disability, and working with you for assessment and identification by the NDIA so you can access support; developing your plan with the NDIA; providing the services covered by your plan; and connect you with the support you need.
There are some distinct difficulties that people in the CALD community with disability face
Sanity Care is uniquely qualified to help. We are well aware of:
Our Disability Services
Here’s what our clients have to say
“I suffered from severe panic attacks for most of my early twenties. I thought they were just a part of my life. However, Daniel showed me that anxiety and depression were the causes of my attacks. Through various steps taken in therapy, I now can say I live life without panic attacks. It’s a dream come true.”
“After countless attempts at counselling with nothing working, Sanity Care was my last shot. Now, after months of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Daniel will be the last counsellor I’ll ever need to see. I’m now more aware of my emotions, thoughts, and behaviours more than ever. I owe my entire new life change to Daniel.”
“I recommend Daniel at Sanity Care for any and all therapy needs. Even if you are unsure of how you feel about counseling, I promise Daniel will provide you with practical, productive, and genuine assistance. He truly is along for the journey to recovery and change.”