Welcome to Clarity Counselling in Bella Vista

On-going support and guidance during difficult times, talking to someone who listens and can help you find a different outcome.
'You have the power to create '!

Clarity is about being able to see things more clearly - sometimes we cannot do that on our own, and those around us have tried but cannot help.

Seeing a Professional Counsellor can allow a new journey to begin in looking at all the options and making a different choice.

If you would benefit from talking to a Counsellor with complete confidentiality and with no judgement, give us a call 02 8840 4270.

Professional counselling Norwest.
http://www.counsellingnorwest.com.au

Also available.

Professional counselling Gosford.
http://www.counsellinggosford.com.au




If you are struggling with day to day life, give us a call and arrange an appointment on 8840 4270. 

 Or, to speak to a Professional Counsellor call 0419 433 318, Sharon Bonello (Dip. Prof. Couns), would be happy to speak with you. 







Endless suffering is unnecessary; help is only a phone call away.



We provide counselling for:

  • Relationship & Marriage
  • Separation & Divorce
  • Grief & Loss
  • Depression – Postnatal, Men & Depression
  • Stress & Anxiety
  • Family Issues
  • Disruptive Children
  • Same sex couples

We are based in Brookhollow Avenue, in the Atlas Building which is attached to the Virgin Gym, parking available and easy access to the building via lift or walking across the walk bridge from the top level of the car park.

Our Gosford suite is in Riverside Park, the GP Super Clinic building, plenty of parking easy access to building take a lift to the first level and turn right, then right again, then left, we are the third door on the left.  



Free outside parking is available. 



Suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

"I am determined to

be cheerful and

happy in whatever

situation I may find

myself.

For I have learned

that the greater part

of our misery or

unhappiness is

determined not by

our circumstance

but by our disposition."

Martha Washington

(1732-1802)