Welcome to Bayside Counselling

Your Psychologists and Counsellors in Frankston and Bayside

EAP Psychologists

Bayside Counselling and Consultation provides psychological support to private and government organisations in the form of Employment Assistance Programs.

Our Approach

We believe therapy is an art as much as it is a science. We don’t do “formula” therapy.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Relationship Counselling

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Employee Assistance Programs

Our Services

Our team of Psychologists uses a number of Evidence-based Therapies including:

  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Relaxation and Mindfulness Techniques
  • Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
  • Neuropsychotherapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Skills training
  • Psycho-education

We believe therapy is an art as much as it is a science. We don’t do “formula” therapy. We focus fully on you to tailor a treatment plan to suit your unique personal style, problems and needs.

EAP Psychologists

Bayside Counselling and Consultation provides psychological support to private and government organisations in the form of Employment Assistance Programs.

​Our team includes Psychologists experienced in the provision of work-based mediation, critical incident debriefing, trauma focused therapy, the effects of substance abuse in the workplace, anger management and increasing work attendance and satisfaction. Private counselling is also available in our three practice locations.

Our Psychologists

Bayside Counselling and Consultation offers you a choice of 8 psychologists at three different locations around Bayside and Frankston. Our primary location is in Frankston, not far from the Frankston Hoyts. Our other locations are in Glen Waverley and Cranbourne.

How much does it cost per session?

We charge different rates depending on your circumstances and conditions. Please call us on (03)9781 0155 for further information.

What is Counselling?

If you talk to different people about what counselling is, it is quite possible that each person will have a different understanding of it. However, in general, Counselling aims to help you cope with personal problems. Usually a psychologist will do this by asking questions, listening to you, reflecting on what you have said and exploring the range of options that may be available to you. Please note that counselling is not about giving you the answer or taking the problem away. It is best to view counselling as a way of putting things into perspective and opening you up to options and resources that you may not have previously considered.

The practitioners at Bayside Counselling and Consultation Pty Ltd understand that it can be difficult for many people to seek professional help.

This may be due to:

  • fear of being judged
  • fear that family and friends will find out about the problem
  • expectations that some things should never be discussed
  • embarrassment about the problem
  • concern that seeing a practitioner will draw unwanted attention to the problem or make it worse
  • feeling inferior or that they are a failure because they cannot handle the situation themselves
  • fear of being punished because they spoke out about the problem
  • expectations that they should accept what is happening (or has happened) and just get on with life
  • lack of understanding about the role of practitioners and what counselling can do for them

It is not uncommon for people to approach us with these fears and concerns. Unfortunately for many people, this can be enough to prevent them from seeking help. The psychologists at Bayside Counselling and Consultation Pty Ltd have a sensitive and caring approach to different issues and understand that your ability to talk to a psychologist may be hindered by:

  • the nature of your situation or problem
  • your personal expectations of counselling
  • language and cultural barriers
  • a disability that prevents you from physically accessing a psychologist or communicating to others
  • bad experiences of counselling in the past
  • other hindrances such as family commitments and geographical locations

In special circumstances, practitioners are willing to consult with you over the phone.

How long does a counselling session go for?

A standard counselling session usually goes for 50 minutes.

Our Practitioners

Bayside Counselling and Consultation Pty Ltd consists of a team of experienced psychologists and counsellor. Our practitioners are specialising in a wide variety of issues. Our services currently include Psychology, Counselling and Hypnotherapy. These services are provided within a professional, warm and welcoming setting.

Our practitioners are active listening to your issues, respecting you, and caring you and your interests to search the best for you in non-judgemental and accepting ways.

Our practitioners are making a serious commitment to provide a supportive environment for your well-being in this multicultural society, and make a positive change in your life.

Testimonials

I have been going to Bayside for sometime now. The people there are professional with all their clients, they also show  compassion, and kindness. But most of all they “Listen to the individual” , patiently and without judgement. I would recommend them completely. I wish them all the best in the future.

The Mental Health professionals here are extremely helpful and truly care about their patients. I see Winnie and cannot recommend her highly enough!

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Contact Us

Locations

Frankston Practice
10 Keys Street, Frankston VIC 3199

Cranbourne Practice
100-106 High Street, Cranbourne VIC 3977

Glen Waverley Practice
424 Blackburn Road, Glen Waverley VIC 3150

Our Locations

Bayside Counselling Frankston

Bayside Counselling Cranbourne

Bayside Counselling Glen Waverley