Counselling

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What is counselling?

Counselling is a ‘talking therapy’.  It helps many people with a wide range of problems through periods of distress or difficulty.

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We provide help for people aged 18 or over who are… 

  • Depressed, anxious, confused or unable to cope
  • Lonely, isolated or feeling helpless
  • In need of understanding or support
  • Finding it difficult to relate to others, or looking for more meaning in their lives
  • Feeling they carry responsibilities almost too great to bear
  • Having problems within the family or anxious about children
  • Facing a personal crisis, such as bereavement or marriage break up
  • Undergoing major changes in circumstances, such as redundancy or retirement
  • Looking to explore issues of personal growth and development

Is counselling going to help me?

Counselling can help:

  • Promote change
  • Enhance well-being
  • You find your own answers
  • You feel better about yourself
  • You enjoy a more meaningful life

Counselling is most likely to be helpful if you are:

  • Inclined to explore
  • Interested in reaching an understanding
  • Making connections

Will I have to wait?

This depends on what time/day of the week you are available. There is sometimes a short wait for evening sessions as these are in greater demand.

How do I apply for counselling?

Click here for more information on applying for Individual Counselling

Click here for more information on applying for Relationship Support