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You may be in the midst of a crisis, looking for resolution around a particular issue, feeling stuck or dissatisfied with life, or in need of a safe space where you can unburden your thoughts and feelings.

Making the first step is often the most difficult, and yet for many clients, making contact with a counsellor, in confidence, marks a threshold. A moment where we begin to build towards a positive future. If you are interested in finding out more please contact us.

We follow the Codes of Ethics and Professional Procedures of the BCAP, and work in the strictest confidence.

We have experience counselling a diverse range of clients experiencing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, loss, grief, anger issues, confidence issues, relationship difficulties, issues at work, addiction, eating issues, abuse, trauma and autism.

We offer short term and long term and open-ended counselling, providing one to one support tailored to your individual needs.

Weekly sessions cost £10 if you are on benefits.

If you are working and not on benefits, the cost is £40 per weekly session. Evening sessions are charged at £50.

FAQs about Counselling

Usually, counseling focuses on a specific issue for a limited amount of time. Therapy can be more long-term and focuses on you as an individual — how you see yourself and the world, your thoughts, and your behaviors, as well as the underlying patterns of why you do the things you do.

Counselling can help you cope with:

a mental health condition, such as depressionanxiety or an eating disorder

an upsetting physical health condition, such as infertility

a difficult life event, such as a bereavement, a relationship breakdown or work-related stress

difficult emotions – for example, low self-esteem or anger

other issues, such as sexual identity

At your appointment, you’ll be encouraged to talk about your feelings and emotions with a trained therapist, who’ll listen and support you without judging or criticising.

The therapist can help you gain a better understanding of your feelings and thought processes, and find your own solutions to problems. But they will not usually give advice or tell you what to do.

If counselling doesn’t feel like the right solution for you, you can find other services on our services page

or use our Mental Health A-Z to find other services in your area.