Accredited Service Directory
BACP Accredited Services are high quality, professionally managed therapeutic counselling/psychotherapy services that have been independently assessed as meeting our defined standards across a wide range of criteria.
Our Accredited Service Directory lists all the organisations providing services accredited by us. If an organisation is not listed here, its counselling/psychotherapy service is not BACP accredited.
You may also recognise accredited services from our Accredited Service logo on their publicity and information material.
If you would like to find out more about the criteria accredited services have to meet and the assessment process, please see the Service Accreditation scheme.
CONGRATULATIONS - to all those with accreditation recently awarded
During the period July - December 2017, 16 organisations have either newly accredited counselling & psychotherapy services (5) or renewed their five year accreditation terms for a second (7) or third (4) term - access the quick view list below for links to websites.
Congratulations list Jul-Dec17 (0.13Mb)
Using the Directory
Accredited services are listed alphabetically by their organisational name. Accreditation is granted to specific services, not to organisations, so the organisational name may be different to that of the actual accredited counselling/psychotherapy service.
We have accredited services across all four UK nations. They are listed according to the area they serve, so some services may be listed in more than one category. You can filter the online directory by area using the listing on the left of the page.
You can also view an alphabetical list of all our current accredited services:
The list below shows organisations whose services have previously been BACP accredited, but whose accredited status has lapsed for some reason, such as closure or merger, inability to maintain the criteria standards or failure to renew.
Previously accredited services (0.26Mb)
Accredited Counselling/Psychotherapy Services - by county
Colin Community Counselling
Colin Family Centre, Pembroke Loop Road, Dunmurry, Belfast, BT17 0PH
Telephone: 028 9060 4347
'Colin Community Counselling provides a free, confidential counselling service delivered by qualified counsellors on issues that are impacting on mental and emotional well being, including suicide, NI conflict issues, depression, abuse, childhood trauma, relationship issues, anxiety and stress. The service is available to men and women aged 18 years and over. We have a dedicated Young Peoples service for 16-25 year olds and an Adsolscest Service for 11-15 year olds.'
Holywood Family Trust
108 High Street, Holywood, BT18 9HW
Telephone: 028 9042 7842
'Holywood Family Trust (HFT) Community Counselling offers individual counselling for adults of all ages (18+ years) residing in North Down, Ards and the Greater Belfast area. We provide counselling for a range of issues, including bereavement, relationships, anxiety, depression, abuse, suicide ideation, stress and self-esteem. Our service is free of charge and available to all, regardless of religion, class, political affiliation, gender, sexual orientation or disability. Further information available: http://www.holywoodft.co.uk/counselling '
119 University Street, Belfast, BT7 1HP
Telephone: 028 9032 6803
Fax: 028 9023 7392
'Nexus NI offers counselling and support for adults and young people aged from 11 years, who are survivors of sexual abuse and victims of sexual violence, or who have experienced rape and sexual assault. We have over 30 years experience in providing a professional counselling service, helping people to survive sexual violence. We offer counselling in 39 centres across Northern Ireland, within Counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry & Tyrone. '
Relatives for Justice
39 Glen Road, Belfast, BT11 8BB
Telephone: 028 9062 7171
'Relatives for Justice Counselling & Psychotherapy Services support those who have been bereaved or injured as a result of conflict. Our models of intervention encompass the person centred / psychodynamic approach to trauma recovery. Trauma has many origins and after effects. It is experienced individually by each person and our work allows us to learn how the person has survived and managed their traumatic experience/s. Each service user receives quality care as all clinicians adhere to the principles enshrined within the ethical principles of counselling and psychotherapy.'
Trinity Community Counselling
Holy Trinity Services, 26 Norglen Gardens, Belfast, BT11 8EL
Telephone: 028 90 200 396
'Trinity Counselling Service offers a professional counselling service for children, young people and adults. Counselling is provided to deal with a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, abuse, relationship issues, trauma and those at risk of, or affected by, suicide. The service also works with individuals impacted by the conflict in Northern Ireland. '
WAVE Trauma Centre
5 Chichester Park South, Belfast, BT15 5DW
Telephone: 028 9077 9922
Fax: 028 9078 1165
'The overall aim of WAVE is to offer care and support to anyone bereaved, injured or traumatised through the civil unrest in Northern Ireland, irrespective of religious, cultural or political belief - the philosophy and ethos of the organisation is one of inclusiveness. WAVE Counselling offers therapeutic help to anyone aged from six years old and upwards.'