What we do
Since 1984, arcs has been there for those affected by adoption and loss of relationship with family.
We provide specialist services that are responsive to the complex issues faced by all those dealing with the loss and pain of separation from family and the challenges of reconnection.
Sometimes when we experience profound change, it is reassuring to find a team who has the experience to offer focus and support.
arcs provides confidential, professional, specialist counselling, backed by years of involvement with individual and family needs.
We provide the following services:
- Therapeutic counselling services for children who are experiencing loss through family separation or adoption
- Therapeutic counselling services for adults who are experiencing loss through family separation
- Specialist counselling for adoption support
- Search and Contact Services
- Family Court Reunification Services
- Group Work Programs for children and/or parents
All our counselling services are provided by profesionally qualified therapists (Social Work, Pyschology, Counselling and Pyschotherapy) who have an indepth knowledge of the complex issues faced by those dealing with the loss and pain of separation from family.
Our therapeutic interventions are based on the following, but are not limited to:
- Trauma Informed Practice
- Attachment and Bonding
- Circle of Security
- Somatic Pyschotherapy
- Play Therapy
arcs also provide professional develoment and training opportunities for groups working with children and families. Our training workshops are suitable for school staff, family court professionals and health professionals. Some of our workshops include; the impact of trauma on children and supporting children to heal, adoption, family seperation, attachment and parenting workshops. Training workshops can be tailored to suit your organisational needs.
Professional supervision is also available.
For further information please email: [email protected]
or call our office to speak to a member of staff on 08 9370 4914.
Time alone does not heal the loss of a child or a parent