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Genetic counselling

Genetic counselling may be recommended for people who have a history of hereditary disorders. Find out why you might need counselling and what to expect.

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Counselling before and after an abortion

Counselling before and after an abortion can help you to feel supported and empowered to make the right decision for you.

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Genetic counselling: a guide for parents | Raising Children Network

If your child is diagnosed with a disability or genetic condition, your doctor might suggest genetic counselling. Read how genetic counselling can help you.

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Calm through Change - Carers SA

From April 2020, under the Government’s new carer support model, Carers SA will now be the main provider of services for South Australia’s 250,000 unpaid carers. This means Carers SA is your first port of call to provide clarity and calm during this transition.

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Pregnancy support counselling - COPE

COPE's purpose is to prevent and improve the quality of life of those living with emotional and mental health problems that occur prior to and within the perinatal period.

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Abortion Counseling Service | Marie Stopes AU

Marie Stopes Australia provides free decision-based abortion counseling services to women seeking a termination of pregnancy.

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Carers Tasmania - Counselling - Talk over things

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Work-life balance | MensLine Australia

Tips on how to improve your work-life balance from MensLine Australia | Free professional phone & online counselling in Australia.

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Help and support | eSafety Commissioner

How and where to get help for domestic and family violence — contact police, get legal help and find counselling and support.

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