Welcome to Counselling Services Centre

We recently celebrated the signing of an MOU between the regional Sexual Harm Services across Auckland. This partnership encompassed by the MOU is driven by the common objective of Family Action, Help and Counselling Services Centre to ensure that all victims of sexual harm receive appropriate support both at the time an incident of sexual harm occurs or is reported, and when proceeding through the Justice System.

The purpose of this MOU is to promote a collective working relationship between these key services.

Michelle Clayton from Family Action – West Auckland; Kathryn McPhillips from HELP – Central Auckland and Ann Weaver from Counselling Services Centre – South Auckland.

 

Counselling Services Centre (CSC) has been providing counselling and practical support to the Counties Manukau community since 1986.

Our Mission

To support and empower people who experience trauma. We do this by providing a professional and culturally appropriate crisis response service, social work support, ACC accredited and other counselling services within a safe, supportive and respectful environment.

CSC is committed to The Treaty of Waitangi and it’s Principles of Partnership, Protection and Participation. Our support of clients is informed by Te Whare Tapa Wha, a holistic health & wellness model of practice.

Our Services

Crisis Response Team

24/7 free & confidential crisis response service for anyone affected by sexual assault or abuse.

Crisis Poster

Court Support

Free and confidential support for people who go through the justice process, during and after trial.

Counselling Team

Our counselling team accept self referrals and referrals from other agencies and services. Our counsellors are registered with a professional body such as NZAC and NZCCA and most are ACC registered.

Social Work

Our social work team provide advocacy, support services and resources. Our social workers are registered with SWRB and ANZASW.

 

 

 

We are a proud member of the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand (FINZ). FINZ is the professional body that represents fundraising in New Zealand. In delivering its mission, FINZ is concerned with: Providing the best professional development programmes to lead and educate fundraisers, developing standards of practice to enhance the integrity and professionalism of fundraisers and the fundraising sector and advocating the value of fundraising to society and government in order to empower fundraisers in their work in and with communities.