Refer to us

If you would like to refer a client or patient for counselling at SECASA please contact us on: 9928 8741 You will be directed to our intake service to discuss further options.

If you are an after-hours emergency services worker and are calling about an after-hours sexual assault emergency please call: 8345 3494.

Secondary Consultation

SECASA offers a free secondary consultation service for industry professionals who are looking for input and to discuss a situation or incident they are dealing with that is related to sexual assault and/or family violence that may be related to a patient or one of their clients.

These consults will be conducted by a skilled sexual assault and family violence counsellor/advocate. For a consult within business hours please contact SECASA on: 9928 8741 for an after-hours consult please contact the Sexual Assault Crisis Line: 1800 806 292.

Training for education professionals and young people

If you are looking for training within an education setting such as a high school, primary school, kindergarten or with school aged children please see our ‘SECASA Schools Program’ page for more information on our comprehensive schools based training programs.

Training and Education Programs

The Education and Training team at SECASA offer a range of community and professional training for those interested in gaining skills and insight into working with people of all genders who have experienced sexual assault and family violence.

Our mission is to facilitate skill development and knowledge sharing to create safer and more informed communities.

Our training programs are specifically designed to educate and empower community stakeholders, professionals and support workers. We tailor training solutions to the following audiences:


Social workers, counsellors, therapists and healthcare professionals who require specialised training in responding to sexual assault disclosures and creating a trauma informed practice supporting survivors.

Community Stakeholders

Community organisations and stakeholders working in the field, volunteers, parents and people in the community who are passionate about building safer communities.

Our current training programs are as follows:

  • Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Assault

  • Protective Behaviour Education for Parents

Responding to disclosures of sexual assault

Protective Behaviour Education for Parents

Customised Training

If you are interested in us developing a training program to meet the needs of your organisation, please contact us via email at secasa_training @monashhealth.org to discuss your requirements.

We request cancellations of registrations be made in writing to secasa_training@monashhealth.org

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