To make an appointment
Call us on (03) 9385 5100 and ask to speak with one of our team members or contact us via email: Fiona - firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not write court reports and we are unable to offer a 24/7 crisis service.
We want this to be a safe experience for you and your family. For this reason, Culture is at the heart of the therapy or healing process.
The Bouverie Centre’s family therapy service is funded by the Department of Health, Mental Health, Drugs and Regions Division and is free of charge.
At Bouverie, there is a team of Aboriginal and non-Indigenous family therapists who are available to see families where any member of the family identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. If the family wants to see an Aboriginal therapist we will offer that if possible. The team includes Alison Elliott, Fiona McIlwaine, Julie Beauchamp, Suze Radford and Seth Nolan.
La Trobe University, UniNews - NEWS July 9, 2012. The Bouverie Centre last week hosted a calendar of events to celebrate NAIDOC week, including a talk by centre staff Robyne Latham and Jana Kelly about the history and significance of NAIDOCfind out more
La Trobe University, UniNews - NEWS April 22, 2013. The March 2013 graduation ceremony witnessed an unusual event - a group of Indigenous graduates collected their Postgraduate Certificates in Family Therapy and were dressed not only in the ceremonial gown, butfind out more