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We offer one to one counselling at a reduced cost for the local community. We have recognised that services providing this kind of help are more difficult to access and are not available to many people.

We aim to provide a safe place for you to explore your thoughts, feelings and difficulties in life. All of our counsellors are trained to listen, understand and help the individual to gain a new perspective.

When you make contact with us we will discuss your needs, arrange to meet with you and talk about how we will work together. There is some paperwork involved but we keep this to a minimum.

All information and the content of the sessions will be kept confidential.


We ask for donation towards the service we offer, even if it’s just £1. Paying what you can afford shows a level of responsibility.


We also offer family and relationship counselling for those who want to discuss issues in their relationship that are hard to resolve and need someone trained to talk about the difficulties that are being experienced and to help the individual(s) gain a new perspective on their relationship.

We work to a Person Centred Approach which means that you work to your agenda and aren’t judged on your life choices and situation.  The aim of counselling is to help you have a greater understanding of self; improve self esteem and quality of life.

Counselling can be emotionally challenging and there is a level of commitment involved which we will discuss with you on meeting.

All of our staff practice to the rules and standards of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy