Counselling and support

At Amber Community, our dedicated counsellors are experienced in helping individuals navigate the complex emotions, thoughts, and behaviours associated with road trauma.


Making an appointment with a counsellor

Our office is open from Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm. To make an appointment, please give us a call at 1300 367 797 or complete our convenient enquiry form here. Reach out to us today, and let us support you on your road to healing and recovery.

What to expect from our counselling services

Our counselling services are designed to provide much-needed support, and here’s what you can expect:

Free and confidential

Rest assured that your counselling sessions are entirely free of charge and strictly confidential.

No referral needed

You don’t require a referral to access our counselling services.

Flexible sessions

Counselling sessions can be conducted face-to-face, online, or over the telephone, ensuring that you receive support in a way that suits you best.

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Counselling and support

Our clients include

  • Bereaved families
  • Friends and colleagues
  • Injured individuals and their caregivers
  • Drivers and passengers
  • First-on-scene responders
  • Witnesses
  • People who offered assistance
  • Emergency service personnel


Access helpful information

We understand that reactions to road trauma can be overwhelming. That’s why we provide resources that may help you cope with these reactions. Click here to access valuable information and guidance.

 A video talks about our counselling and support services. Please note this video contains lived experience stories.


Mustafa talks about what happens in a counselling session.



Lorraine talks about what you can do as a parent or carer for a child impacted by road trauma to help them.


 Leanne talks about how to book in for a counselling session.


Claire talks about what you could say to someone impacted by road trauma.