We are a church-based Counselling Service offering non-judgmental counselling to everyone whether you profess a faith or not. We are all fully qualified, professional counsellors and members of the professional body the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to their Ethical Framework.
Sessions are offered face to face, or Zoom, or by phone depending on what is best for you.
What is counselling?
Most of us at one time or another experience situations that we find difficult to cope with. Sometimes we get to a point where we can’t see any light at the end of the tunnel and this is where we believe counselling can help.
offers a safe space to get to know yourself a little better
helps you explore your thoughts and feelings
helps you consider your options
helps you to accept the things you can’t change
Counselling does not:
give you advice
tell you what to do
Who are we?
We are all Christians and are qualified counsellors offering a Person-Centred approach to therapy.
We are experienced in dealing with a wide range of issues. These include depression, anxiety, bereavement, low self-esteem, anger issues, abuse, work related stress and relationship issues.
We don’t charge for counselling, but donations are gratefully received from those who are able to help with running costs.
Each session will last for 50 minutes. You will initially be offered 6 sessions. At the 6th session we will review your progress and further sessions will be offered if needed.
How can you contact us?
Just send us a message via the form below.
Counselling Service Manager
Level 2 Counselling Concepts
Level 3 Counselling Skills
Level 4 Diploma In Therapeutic Counselling
BSc Hons. in Psychology
BPS approved Certificate in Clinical Supervision
SDS accreditation in Clinical Supervision
Further training includes
Working with Anger and Passivity
Understanding and Supporting People Who Self-harm
The Impact of Sexual Violence
Recognising and Responding to Clients with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome