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Please note, we are NOT a crisis service. If you feel unsafe and need help right now,

please call 000 (triple zero)

For urgent counselling support, including 24/7 crisis assistance, you can reach out to one of
these Crisis Services


What can counselling help with?

Counselling can assist to improve overall wellbeing, it can reduce distress, improve relationships and enhance self understanding.

Contact us using the Contact Tab if you would like to discuss accessing this service

Common issues that people seek counselling for include:

  • life changes 

  • obtaining a job or looking for work

  • managing stress

  • managing emotions, such as anger

  • relationship difficulties

  • managing the trauma from injury

  • anxiety related to returning to work

  • grief and loss

  • separation and divorce

  • parenting

  • family violence

  • trauma and abuse

  • loneliness and isolation


If you are experiencing any of the following – counselling may be able to assist you to move forward

  • You're struggling in a relationship

  • You don't know who to reach out to

  • You're constantly overwhelmed

  • You're feeling sad, depressed or anxious

  • You feel like you can 'get it together'

Beneficent has experienced & caring counsellors in Adelaide in person (or online)


  • In Person, Telephone & Telehealth appointments (Australia-Wide)

  • NDIS, LSA, RTWSA funded services

  • A safe, supportive & relaxed environment.

  • No waiting lists!!

Beneficent Locations for Counselling

2/18-22 Hurtle Parade,
Mawson Lakes SA 5095

6/938 South Road 


Telehealth Counselling 

These services can be accessed using facilities at any of Beneficent's offices if you don’t
have facili
ties for telehealth at home.

Or at Beneficent's office in Mt Gambier,
Room 12A, The Convent, 20 Penola Road,
Mt Gambier SA 5290

Beneficent Counsellors

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Simon Cho 


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Simon Cho has recently joined the Beneficent team to provide counselling services to our clients. Simon’s background includes working in Disability, Youth, Community Services, Mental Health and Employment, where he has supported clients in both 1:1 and in groups. Simon’s approaches align to Beneficent’s person-centred, holistic, strengths based and trauma informed practices. Simon is a Level 4 ACA Member.

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Hannah Woods


Hannah Woods has experience in mental health counselling, rehabilitation counselling, and teaching yoga. She is passionate about helping people understand and accept themselves as a pathway to achieving their goals. Hannah uses skills in counselling to empower individuals to find their internal strengths and abilities and create a meaningful life and return to work. Hannah is is an accredited Rehabilitation Counsellor with ASORC Hannah services local, regional and interstate clients. Hannah is a full member of ACA and has a  Masters of Counselling degree.

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