Youth Counselling

Counselling at Twenty10 provides an opportunity for you to talk about what’s going on in your life in a safe environment

Youth Counselling (ages 12 – 25)

Who is counselling for? Individual counselling is available for people between the ages of 12-25.
Intake processNew clients may be referred via the telephone intake line at 02 8594 9555, via the contact form below, or through participation in Drop in, Shout Out or Outwest. If our counsellor is unable to take on new clients, we will help you find an appropriate practitioner.

Other services: The counselling service also provides support to school counsellors as well as counsellors in rural areas.
When: By appointment
Cost: FREE!

LGBTIQA young person talks about coming out with a Twenty10 counsellor in Sydney.

What can I expect?

Initial appointments are for 90 minutes and involve a counselling assessment. All following appointments are for 50-60 minutes unless otherwise negotiated. Counselling is based on an initial 6 sessions, after which we review your progress. You may require just a few sessions, or there may be other concerns that you’d like to explore further.

The counsellor will check in with you to see what you want and what your priorities are. It’s okay to feel nervous about getting help for the first time. You can bring along a friend or family member to help support you. You’ll probably be asked a lot of questions on your first visit. This is to make sure all the important issues are covered, and to help develop the best solution for you.

As you get to know and trust your counsellor you will probably find that talking about what is going on gets easier.

At your appointment, feel free to ask questions about anything that’s on your mind so the worker can help you find the best solution.

Other groups and services

Social Saturdays Group

(all ages over 18)

An inclusive and relaxed space for LGBTIQA+ folks over 18.

QLife Phone Support & Webchat 

(all ages over 12)

3pm – Midnight, every day

Drop In 

(Ages 12 – 25)

A place to come, hang out, do the things you need to do and meet other people. 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Transgender, Non-Binary, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual etc. (LGBTIQA+) Still not making sense?
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