Counselling can be made available to you either:
- by a referral from your GP, psychiatrist, healthcare worker or an agency
- at your own request.
After an initial assessment, one of our experienced professional counsellors, with specialist expertise in a number of therapy disciplines, will undertake regular, confidential, non-judgmental, 50-minute sessions, face-to-face with you in a safe location.
If you have the means to pay, you will be asked to meet the full cost of your sessions – otherwise you may just be asked for a part contribution or, in certain circumstances, the sessions will be provided free. In such cases the costs may be met by specific programme funding, charitable donations, or a combination of these.
If you are struggling to deal with emotional issues or problems that affect your everyday life, the opportunity to discuss and work through them with a trained counsellor can help you not only understand them, but also help deal with them.
You may have issues that just need a little assistance to help you get back on track – or you may have more serious problems that are having a disruptive impact on your well-being and ability to cope.
For example, are you:
- caring for another adult?
- suffering from low self-esteem?
- suffering work-related stress?
- experiencing domestic abuse/violence?
- suffering from anxiety?
- having relationship difficulties?
- having eating problems?
- suffering from substance abuse?
No problem is too small or too big – just ring for an assessment appointment.
Once you’re having treatment and there is no need to continue counselling if you decide that it’s not helping.
Would you like to help fund us?
There are several ways that you can make a donation to help us continue our work, either directly or through everyday purchases. This page shows the ways you can help.