Find support

If you’ve experienced sexual abuse or assault, use our online search tool to see the organisations that have therapists who can support you. This therapy is a free service, funded by ACC.

Find a therapist


Use our filter tool to find a therapist who matches your needs.

Find a therapist

Use the contact details on a therapist's page to make an appointment. You will talk to the organisation who manages the therapist's schedule.


When you contact them, they’ll check their availability and book your first appointment, or add you to their waiting list.

There may be delays confirming an appointment with a therapist due to capacity constraints. If you need help finding a therapist, you can call ACC on 0800 735 566 (Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm)

If this is an emergency, or you need immediate help, call 111.

Safe to talk

If you're not ready to contact a therapist, or just want to talk to someone now, you can call Safe to talk. It's a confidential and free, 24/7 helpline. 

Safe to talk - Kōrero mai ka ora:

Phone 0800 044 334

Safe to Talk website 

Who can get help

Anyone in New Zealand can get help. It doesn’t matter when it happened, or if you reported it to Police or anyone else.

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How therapy works

You and your therapist will work together to find the best way to support you and your whānau.

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