Bouverie is a state-wide provider of family-based therapy. We are funded to see a range of different families, especially those experiencing mental health issues, alcohol and other drug related problems, acquired brain injury (ABI) and/or complex and traumatic circumstances.find out more
Thinking of accessing help for your family but unsure about what family therapy involves? Here we answer commonly asked questions about family appointments at The Bouverie Centre.find out more
‘Family’ is for us shorthand for a broad range of people who may have a significant connection to an individual, including: blood relations, partners, people in co-habitation, friends, carers and others who play a significant role in the person’s life. The term refers equally to same-sex partners and same-sex-parented families.
Asking for help can be difficult. Find out how to make a family appointment at our centre and what to expect when you first contact us.find out more
There are many different reasons that families access counselling. Learn why having family members and/or significant others attend sessions together can be helpful.find out more
F2F Link Ups give families caring for someone with an acquired brain injury an opportunity to meet together for one to two sessions with a trained facilitator.find out more
The Melbourne Taekwondo Centre welcomes all Bouverie clients under the age of 18 years to join classes held at our centre. The program runs during each school term. Cost: Gold coin donation.find out more
Families in tough situations often overlook the strengths that they have as individuals and as a family unit; strengths that can be applied to coping with or addressing the issues they are facing. It’s our job to help them get back in touch with their strengths and find creative ways to harness them.
This workshop series provides a facilitated, supportive group process for carer families living or supporting someone with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).find out more
Join us as we commemorate the importance of learning and education with guest speaker, John Marsden, writer, teacher and principal of Candlebark School and alumna speaker, Leonie Farrugia.find out more
The Bouverie Centre's Indigenous Team recently developed an Evidence Brief and Impact Analysis Report on The Bouverie Centre's Aboriginal Family Therapy Training Program.find out more