Mental health resources list for PCBT students


Work, Social and Mental Health Support in Perth, Online & Telephone
International workers rights in Australia 👷   If you are working in Australia, as an international student, you have the same rights as any other worker in Australia. 

Here are some examples of what is NOT ok at work:

  • Being pressured, forced or threatened to sign a workplace agreement.
  • Being sacked because you were sick or injured.
  • Not being hired, or being sacked, because of your race, colour, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy or religion.
  • Unpaid work trials for any period beyond what’s reasonably required for you to demonstrate the skills required for the job.
  • Receiving goods or services instead of money.

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Psychologists in PerthSeeing a psychologist in Australia often requires that you first visit a GP (doctor). They will then refer you to a psychologist if necessary. 

In many cases, fees for seeing a psychologist may be covered by your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). Your health cover pays for some, but not all of the psychologist fees.    

💻  Find a GP in your area using the following websites:

Psychologist in Perth speaking Mandarin, Cantonese and Vietnamese📞1300 059 666💻
Counsellors in PerthMost of the time, you will not need a referral from a GP to talk to a counsellor; you are welcome to talk to a counsellor if you feel you need to.💻  Find a counsellor in your area using the following website:

Online counsellor speaking HindiBrinda Taparia, available via video chat 💻
Online counsellor speaking Urdu and HindiNida Ajmal, available via video chat 💻
Online counsellor speaking Filipino and Tagalog John Cundangan, available via video chat 💻
Lifeline WALifeline WA provides all Western Australians experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide with access to 24-hour crisis support.📞13 11 14 


Beyond BlueBeyondblue provides telephone and online chat support service for people who are experiencing mental health issues.📞1300 224 636 


Women’s Health 👩

WA Women’s Domestic Violence Helpline

Women’s Health and Family Services

📞1800 007 339

Located in Northbridge and Joondalup, this organisation provides medical, counselling, drug and alcohol support, domestic violence services and mental health services to women. 



Men’s Health👨

Men’s Line 

Men’s Domestic Violence Helpline

Providing many forms of support to men including mental health, relationships, parenting and well-being services. 

This service provides telephone information and referral to ongoing face to face services for men who are concerned about their violent and abusive behaviours. The service also provides information and support for men who have experienced family and domestic violence themselves.

📞1300 78 99 78 


📞1800 000 599


Domestic ViolenceThis helpline and website is for anyone experiencing domestic violence. 📞1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732)


Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) SARC is located in Perth and provides a range of free services to people affected by sexual violence.💻
LGBT+ services 🏳️‍🌈


Living Proud

Providing anonymous and free LGBT+ peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies and relationships.

Promoting the wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer and other sexuality, sex and gender diverse people in Western Australia.

📞1800 184 527Telephone line open 

3pm-midnight, everyday



Sexual Health Support

Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ) 

Sexual health information videos in other languages 📺

SHQ provides many services including low-cost STI testing, free unplanned pregnancy counselling and an anonymous sexual health telephone helpline.    



Traditional Chinese

Simplified Chinese


📞 (08) 9227 6178 (anonymous help and question telephone line)


Multicultural resources🌏

Embrace Mental Health

Embrace Multicultural Mental Health (the Embrace Project) is run by Mental Health Australia and provides a national focus on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. 💻

And lots of information provided by the Government of Australia in your language that may help. Read, listen to or watch information in your language about our payments and services. Use our free interpreter and translation service to do business with