Counselling & therapy resources

Immediate support

Other useful resources

 For young people

  • Kids Helpline 1800 551 800 For people 5-25yrs, Australia-wide, 24/7. Any time, any reason.
  • A Friend’s Place 1300 654 556 National centre for childhood grief.
  • Headspace 1800 650 890 National youth mental health foundation.
  • CanTeen Resources, counselling and online community for young people living with cancer.
  • Reach Out! Online information and support service for people 16-25.
  • I Can Network Mentorship and advocacy for young autistic people in Australia.
  • Twenty10 NSW support service for people of diverse genders and sexualities aged 12-25, their families and communities.
  • Love Is Respect Information about healthy relationships and the warning signs of abuse.


Visit our bookshop

Browse our bookshop for recommended books on self-help, mindfulness, counselling and psychotherapy.

Counselling & psychotherapy resources

ACA – Australian Counselling Association.
PACFA – Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia
CCP – Cancer Counselling Professionals

Unlock your own inner resources

Read ‘The Therapist Within’, Gabrielle’s blog of therapeutic questions and exploration.
Or book a counselling session and take the next step out of pain and into a richer life.

Step into a richer life today

Contact me to see how counselling and psychotherapy can help.



© One Life Counselling & Psychotherapy, Grafton, and Gabrielle Gawne-Kelnar 2019. Gabrielle Gawne-Kelnar is a counsellor and psychotherapist, offering counselling and psychotherapy in Grafton on the Mid-North Coast of NSW, and online, serving the Clarence Valley and Mid-North Coast including Coffs Harbour, Ballina, Dorrigo, Bellingen, Byron Bay, and Lismore.


We acknowledge the traditional owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuting connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging; and pay particular respect to the Bundjalung, Gumbayngirr and Yaegl nations, traditional owners of the land where the counselling and psychotherapy rooms are located in the Clarence Valley.