Accreditation is awarded to the therapeutic counselling and psychotherapy service provided by an organisation or agency, not to the organisation or agency itself or to any other support services it may provide. Sometimes the service has its own distinct name, which is different to that of the organisation providing the service.

To look for accredited services by county, please see the document below:

Accredited services by county (pdf 0.2MB)

New accreditations

UK nationwide

Health Assured Counselling Service 
Health Assured, Victoria Place, Manchester M4 4FB
Tel: 0844 892 2493
Email: info@healthassured.co.uk
Website: www.healthassured.org
Health Assured provides a true 24-7-365 telephone service, offering support for employees whenever they need it. Our high quality counselling service is delivered by our in-house team of counsellors who are supported by a network of face to face BACP counsellors. We provide support on a range of subjects including, but not limited to: work related issues, anxiety, stress, depression, low self-esteem, anger management, relationship issues, LGBT+ and identity, bereavement, substance and alcohol dependency, financial problems and general health and physical wellbeing.

Health 2 Employment (H2E) Ltd
Independence House, Millfield Lane, York YO26 6PH
Tel: 01904 946120
Email: info@health2employment.com
Website: health2employment.com/
Our dedicated team of counsellors and psychologists at H2E Counselling and Talking Therapies Services deliver therapeutic approaches that are designed to enable individuals to improve their health and wellbeing and move forward with their lives. We have a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience in our team and offer a range of different options to help individuals achieve their personal and professional goals. This includes key therapeutic approaches drawn from solution focussed therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy and integrative counselling.

Kooth Digital Health Ltd - Kooth.com and Qwell.com
Main office: 5 Merchant Square, London W2 1AY
Manchester office: 29 John Dalton St, Manchester M2 6FW
Tel: 0203 984 9337
Email: contact@kooth.com
Website: koothplc.com
Kooth is the longest established digital mental health provider in the UK. Since Kooth was founded in 2001, we have helped over 250,000 children, young people and adults towards better mental health and emotional wellbeing. We are proud to deliver online and face to face Kooth services for children and young people, and Qwell for adults. Kooth's team of accredited counsellors, therapists and emotional wellbeing practitioners provide guided, outcome-focused help for each individual, as well as a supportive community including articles and discussion boards. We work closely with local authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), mental health trusts, charities and others covering 81% of CCGs in England and some parts of Wales.

Network of Staff Supporters Ltd (NOSS)
Orme Lodge, High Street, Bangor on Dee LL13 0AU
Tel: 01978 780778
Out of hours service: 01978 780479 answered 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Email: reception@noss.uk.com
Website: www.noss.uk.com
Providing staff support since 1996, NOSS delivers high quality, realistic workplace support for any type of organisation throughout the UK. Our reputation for providing evidence based, qualitative, caring, sensitive and effective therapeutic counselling services is recognised in the growth and longevity of our client base. Counselling is a recognised major component of workplace and employee support provision. NOSS counsellors are BACP members; highly trained professionals with specialist knowledge and experience in the full range of counselling specialisms.

Nightingale Hospital
11-19 Lisson Grove, Marylebone, London NW1 6SH
Tel: 020 7535 7700 or 020 7535 7732
Email: patientservices@nightingalehospital.co.uk
Website: www.nightingalehospital.co.uk
Nightingale Hospital is central London’s leading private mental health hospital. For over 30 years, we have been providing specialist, evidence-based treatment for a range of mental health problems, across outpatient treatment and therapy, day patient and inpatient settings. Our large therapy services team consists of more than 80 therapists, with a mix of counselling and clinical psychologists and psychotherapists. This team also includes art therapists, family therapists, dieticians and occupational therapists.

Open Door Youth Counselling Ltd
2 Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3BE
Tel: 0121 454 1116
Email: info@opendoorcounselling.org.uk
Website: www.opendooryouthcounselling.org.uk
Open Door Counselling offers a range of person-centred counselling services to children, young people and adults across Birmingham and beyond. This includes fee paying counselling services, low-cost personal therapy for trainee counsellors, school counselling services, employee counselling, fully funded counselling and mental health support groups. We offer face to face counselling, alongside online and telephone counselling.

Relatives for Justice
39 Glen Road, Andersonstown, Belfast BT11 8BB
Tel: 028 9062 7171
Email: adminrfj@relativesforjustice.com
Website: www.relativesforjustice.com
Relatives for Justice Counselling and Psychotherapy Services support those who have been bereaved or injured as a result of conflict. Our models of intervention encompass the person centred or 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 experiences. Each service user receives quality care as all clinicians adhere to the principles enshrined within the ethical principles of counselling and psychotherapy.

Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
Sight Loss Counselling Team, 105 Judd Street, London WC1H 9NE
Tel: 0303 123 9999
Email: cwt@rnib.org.uk
Website: www.rnib.org.uk
RNIB Sight Loss Counselling Team provides a counselling service to people whose lives affected by sight loss.

England

Alton Counselling Service (Hampshire)
The Quaker Meeting House, Church Street, Alton GU34 2DA
Tel: 01420 89207
Email: admin@altoncounselling.org.uk
Website: www.altoncounselling.org.uk
Providing counselling for the community in North East Hampshire since 1974. Alton Counselling Service is a registered charity (279857) offering affordable counselling to individual adults, couples and young people aged 16 to 18 years. We are a member of the National Counselling Network.

ARC Counselling Service (Berkshire)
35 Reading Road, Wokingham RG41 1EG
Tel: 0118 977 2818
Email:coordinator@arcweb.org.uk
Website: www.arcweb.org.uk
The ARC counselling service offers free and confidential counselling to young people and charges a minimum fee to adults living within Wokingham and Reading. Face to face counselling is provided in a warm, comfortable and safe environment. 

Arch Teesside
22 Hoylake Road, Saltersgill, Middlesbrough TS4 3JL
Tel: 01642 822335
Email: admin@archteesside.org
Web: www.archteesside.org
We are a registered charity based in Teesside offering free and confidential counselling and support to people who have been affected by rape or sexual abuse no matter how long ago the experience may have been. Counselling sessions can be face to face, online or via telephone. 

Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) (Dorset)
Student Services, 7 Fern Barrow, Wallisdown, Poole BH12 5HH
Tel: 01202 363780
Email: counselling@aub.ac.uk
Website: www.aub.ac.uk
AUB provides a counselling service for all students enrolled at the University and is accessible on campus as part of Student Services. Counselling sessions can be in person (face to face), virtual sessions (online) or telephone sessions.

Arun Counselling Centre (ACC) (Sussex)
Dove Lodge, 49 Beach Road, Littlehampton BN17 5JG
Tel: 01903 714417
Email: admin@aruncounselling.com
Website: www.aruncounselling.org.uk
Arun Counselling Centre provides professional counselling for an initial 18 sessions for personal and relationship issues to any member of the community assessed as being able to benefit from the process. A bursary fund is available for those that cannot afford a minimum contribution of £15 per session.

Barca-Leeds (Yorkshire)
The Manor House, 259 Upper Town Street, Bramley, Leeds LS13 3JT
Tel: 0113 220 9037
Email: reception@barca-leeds.org
Website: www.barca-leeds.org
Barca-Leeds is a community-based charity. Our mission is to care, listen and respond to the needs of people in our communities and work with them to deliver outstanding services that improve their wellbeing. Included in this offer is our BACP accredited therapeutic services. They are free to access one to one counselling for children, young people and adults.

Bedfordshire Open Door (Bedfordshire)
Young People Counselling Service, 120 Tavistock Street, Bedford MK40 2SA
Tel: 01234 360388
Email: counselling@bedfordopendoor.org.uk
Website: www.bedfordopendoor.org.uk
Bedfordshire Open Door is a charity offering free and confidential counselling to young people aged 13 to 25 living in the Bedford Borough and North Central Bedfordshire.

Bikur Cholim Ltd (London)
Ground Floor, 2a Northfield Road, London N16 5RN
Tel: 0208 800 7575
Email: y.eiger@bikurcholim.co.uk
Website: www.bikurcholim.co.uk
Bikur Cholim's Talking Therapies Service provides psychological help and support to adults experiencing emotional difficulties in their everyday wellbeing. We have a team of Charedi (Orthodox Jewish) male and female therapists and are able to match therapists and clients of the same gender. All therapies provided are evidence based and goal focused in order to achieve best outcomes for our service users. Our service is sensitive, discreet and confidential with a strong emphasis on providing an individualised and personalised approach.

Birmingham City University (Midlands)
Counselling Service, The Curzon Building, 4 Cardigan Street, Birmingham B4 7BD
Tel: 0121 331 5188
Email: sa.wellbeing@bcu.ac.uk
Website: www.bcu.ac.uk
We offer a free and confidential counselling service open to all students enrolled at the University. Our team of professionally trained counsellors are experienced in helping students deal with a wide range of issues. Students can access both face to face and remote appointments in addition to other mental health and wellbeing resources. 

Bromley Community Counselling Service (BCCS) (Kent, London)
121 Masons Hill, Bromley BR2 9HT
Tel: 0208 460 7711
Email: contact@bccs.uk.com
Website: www.bccs.uk.com
Our fees start from £22 and we are open 5 days per week (Monday to Friday.)

Care for the Carers (East Sussex)
Highlight House, 8 St Leonards Road, Eastbourne BN21 3UH
Tel: 01323 738390
Email: info@cfct.org.uk
Website: www.cftc.org.uk
Care for the Carers Time to Talk Counselling service provides free short term counselling to unpaid adult carers across East Sussex.

Care To Listen (London)
58 Ashburton Road, Croydon CR0 6AN
Tel: 020 8616 2160
Email: enquiries@caretolisten.co.uk
Website: www.caretolisten.co.uk
Care To Listen is a busy low-cost counselling service based in Croydon. We are a team of highly experienced counsellors who provide confidential counselling to all our clients. Our primary aim is to ensure our fees remain affordable and potential clients are able to access our services within a few weeks of initial contact. We are open Monday to Friday (9am to 8pm) and offer a service on Saturday mornings. We are also commissioned to provide counselling as part of Croydon's IAPT Service. We have placement opportunities for both new and experienced counsellors and offer a wide range of CPD workshops and seminars throughout the year.

Carrs Lane Counselling Centre (Midlands)
The Church at Carrs Lane, Carrs Lane, Birmingham B4 7SX
Tel: 0121 643 6363
Email: counselling@carrslane.co.uk
Website: www.carrslanecounselling.co.uk
We are a counselling centre in the heart of Birmingham. We are dedicated to providing a low cost, first class face to face counselling service for adults from Birmingham and the surrounding area, who can travel to meet a counsellor here. We also provide a telephone counselling service during lockdowns and for those that cannot travel. Through counselling, we can assist you with a range of issues, and have been helping people in this way for over 50 years.

Cedar Tree Counselling Service (formally UCHM) (Yorkshire)
The Tree of Life Centre, Beth Shalom, 78 New Street, Milnsbridge, Huddersfield HD3 4LD.
Tel: 01484 461 098
Email: counselling@thetlc.org.uk
Website: www.thetlc.org.uk
We offer a professional, affordable counselling service for individuals over 16 years who are needing help to get through a difficult time. Open to all members of the community regardless of identity, race, faith or disability. Client contributions are based on a client's ability to pay.

Centre 70 Counselling (London)
46 Knights Hill, West Norwood, London SE27 OJD
Tel: 020 8670 2775
Email: counselling@centre70.org.uk
Website: www.centre70.org.uk
Centre 70 Counselling Service offers low-cost counselling sessions for adults. A limited number of free counselling sessions are also available for those who experiencing multiple disadvantages. All our counsellors are in regular professional supervision, and are currently undertaking recognised training, in which they have achieved the required level for clinical practice. All our counsellors are in regular professional supervision, and are currently undertaking or have completed recognised training, in which they have achieved the required level for clinical practice.

CLEAR (Emotional Trauma and Therapy Specialists) (Cornwall)
7-8 Cathedral Lane, Truro TR1 2QS
Tel: 01872 540366
Email: info@clearsupport.net
Website: www.clearsupport.net
CLEAR is a unique child-centred therapeutic service working throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, offering support to children and young people between 0-18 years of age (up to 25 years with additional needs), who have been traumatised by either direct experience or witnessing sexual, psychological or emotionally abusive relationships. All CLEAR counsellors are BACP or equivalent professional body registered and have undergone specialist training in child and adolescent therapy.

City and East London Bereavement Service (CELBS) (London)
St Margaret’s House, Room 12, Bethnal Green London E2 9PL
Tel: 0203 0225177
Email: admin@celbs.org.uk
Website: www.celbs.org.uk

City Pregnancy Counselling and Psychotherapy (CPCP) (London)
15A Lambs Passage, London EC1Y 8LE
Tel: 020 7638 5440
Email: therapy.manager@citypregnancy.org.uk
Website: www.citypregnancy.org.uk
CPCP is located in the centre of the City of London, providing a safe, professional, confidential and non-judgemental space for women, men and couples to discuss their difficulties with pregnancy, pregnancy loss and related issues. Appointments are available between the hours of 7am and 8pm Monday to Friday. If it is difficult for you to travel to CPCP then we are also able to offer counselling by telephone or video-link.

Cogwheel Counselling (Cambridgeshire)
CCAB, 66 Devonshire Road, Cambridge, CB1 2BL
Tel: 01223 464385
Email: admin@cogwheel.org.uk
Website: www.cogwheel.org.uk
Cogwheel offers subsidized counselling to residents of Cambridge and neighbouring counties. We are based primarily at 66 Devonshire Road, Cambridge, CB1 2BL and have returned to delivering sessions from our Sawston outpost at Granta Medical Practice. We are planning to reopen our second outpost at Ely Library early 2023.Furthermore, we offer an unsubsidized service to third party organisations wanting to offer counselling to their employees or members.

 

Community Counselling (North Yorkshire) Ltd
Stanley Harrison House, Norton Road, Norton YO17 9RD
Tel: 01653 690124
Email: info@community-counselling.org.uk
Website: www.community-counselling.org.uk
We provide accessible, confidential and professional counselling services to adults in Ryedale and Scarborough Borough Districts and to children in North Yorkshire and York. Thanks to the support of our funders and commissioners, including NHS North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Ryedale District Council and the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, North Yorkshire, most of our services are free at the point of access. We also offer a chargeable service (Options) which offers more choice than our grant-funded or commissioned services.

Counsel for LIFE (Essex, London)
10 Crescent Road, London E18 1JB
Tel: 020 8504 1228
Email: pwtcfl@aol.com
Website: www.cfl.uk.com
Professional counselling by fully trained and experienced counsellors for individuals and couples. Time limited, solution focused or open-ended counselling available from male and female counsellors. Located less than 5 minutes walk from Woodford tube station (Central Line).

Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (Midlands, Warwickshire)
PO Box 2464, Coventry CV1 1ZA
Tel: 02476 277 772
Email: admin@crasac.org.uk
Website: www.crasac.org.uk
CRASAC counsellors offer a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space for adults, children and young people aged from 5 years, who have experienced any form of rape or sexual violence at any time in their lives. Parents, carers, partners and supporters of survivors may also access counselling. We have a specially equipped therapy suite for the young with specialist female counsellors using talking, play and creative arts. We accept referrals from parents, carers, professional and young people themselves. Group therapy is also available.

Derbyshire Alcohol Advice Service
First Floor Dents Chambers, 81 New Square, Chesterfield S40 1AH
Tel: 01246 206514 or 0845 300 4010
Email: daas@dass.uk.com
Website: www.daas.uk.com
Derbyshire Addictions Advice Service is a registered charity that provides counselling by qualified counsellors and placement volunteers who specialise in those with an addiction (drugs and/or alcohol) and for those affected by another’s addiction (drug, alcohol, gambling).  We provide services for clients aged 18+ within Derbyshire. This service can be accessed through Derbyshire Recovery Partnership, STAND TO Veteran alcohol treatment service and GAMCHAT.

Derman (London)
Mental Health, The Basement, 66 New North Road, London N1 6TG
Tel: 0207 6135 944
Email: services@derman.org.uk
Website: www.derman.org.uk
We provide a range of health-related services offering a bilingual and culturally sensitive counselling to the Kurdish, Turkish, Turkish Cypriot and Eastern European Turkish immigrants, asylum seekers and refugees, whose understanding and expression of emotional distress is addressed within the context of their own background. We offer individual short-term (6 to 12 sessions) counselling for adults (aged 16+) in Turkish in North London. We also provide some group activities to enhance emotional wellbeing.

Derwent Rural Counselling Service (Derbyshire)
Newholme, Baslow Road, Bakewell DE45 1AD
Tel: 01629 812710
Email: admin@drcs.org.uk
Website: www.drcs.org.uk
DRCS is a registered charity which provides accessible, affordable, confidential counselling for individuals, couples or groups age 6+, for a wide range of issues. We currently serve the whole of Derbyshire and are open to enquiries from beyond. The service is charged (on a cost basis ie not for profit), with substantial reduction available for those in receipt of means tested benefits. DRCS is also part of the Talking Mental Health Derbyshire IAPT service offering NHS funded treatment to adults (16+) who are registered with a Derbyshire GP surgery.

Dialogue - YMCA Downslink Group (Surrey, Sussex)
YMCA Dialogue Therapeutic Counselling Services, Reed House, 47 Church Road, Hove BN3 2BE
Tel: 01273 222550
Email: dialogue@ymcadlg.org
Website: www.ymcadlg.org
Established since 1995, we are commissioned to offer a wide range of counselling and therapeutic interventions to children and young people across Sussex and Surrey. This includes the delivery of mental health interventions to children and young people in partnership with Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust through the Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service; a range of community mental health interventions provided by YMCA West Sussex Dialogue; the development and delivery of a menu of digital mental health products through our e-wellbeing service; and counselling and therapy in primary and secondary schools, special schools, academies, free schools, sixth form colleges and independent schools.

Dorset Rape Crisis - Sexual Trauma and Recovery Service (Dorset)
PO Box 7697, Poole, Dorset BH15 9GN
Tel: 01202 308840
Email: info@starsdorset.org
Website: www.starsdorset.org
We provide person-centred and trauma-focused therapy in one to one and group counselling settings, free of charge. Our service is for anyone over the age of eighteen who lives, works or studies in Dorset and has experienced any form of sexual violence. Within a safe and confidential space, our counsellors help clients understand the impact of the trauma on their brain and body, giving them control and choice. All counsellors have completed or are completing a Level 4 Diploma in Counselling or equivalent, are DBS checked and have membership of a professional body.

Durham University (County Durham)
Palatine Centre, Stockholm Road, Durham DH1 3LE
Tel: 0191 334 2200
Email: cmh.service@durham.ac.uk 
Website: www.durham.ac.uk/colleges-and-student-experience
Durham University Counselling Team offers support for students experiencing difficulties that impact upon successful engagement with study and university life. The service is free of charge, all year round, in-person and remotely, with evening sessions available in term-time.

Enfield Counselling Service (Essex, Hertfordshire, London, Middlesex)
1A London Road, Enfield EN2 6BN
Tel: 020 8367 2333
Email: info@enfieldcounselling.co.uk
Website: www.enfieldcounselling.co.uk
ECS is a registered charity established for over 40 years, based in the heart of Enfield, where we have been offering counselling to those in need. ECS is a BACP accredited counselling service and subscribes to its Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions. ECS offers psychodynamic individual and couple counselling as well as CBT and provides a confidential and ethical clinical service. ECS also offers a high quality counselling training, which is BPC accredited.

Faversham Counselling Service (Kent)
10 Gatefield Lane, Faversham ME13 8NX
Tel: 01795 591019
Email: ccccg.fcstalkingtherapies@nhs.net
Website: www.fcstalkingtherapies.org
Established in 1993, FCS Talking Therapies offers a professional NHS IAPT counselling service as well as a private service for individuals and couples, seeking help with their personal and relationship needs. Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm (last appointment). Saturday 9am to 5pm.

Gloucestershire Counselling Service (GCS)
Alma House, 52-53 High Street, Shroud GL5 1AP
Tel: 01453 766310
Email: info@gloscounselling.org.uk
Website: www.gloscounselling.org.uk
GCS provides a range of affordable counselling services for individual adults, couples, families, children and young people. We provide a counselling service to pupils in a number of local schools as well as clinical and reflective supervision to external agencies. Under our Employee Wellbeing Service, we provide counselling contracts to organisations and companies for their employees. We deliver free counselling to specific client groups through contracts with the local Clinical Commissioning Group and County Council.

Hope House Children's Hospices (Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales)
Nant Lane, Morda, Oswestry SY10 9BX
Tel: 01691 672618
Email: counselling@hopehouse.org.uk
Website: www.hopehouse.org.uk
Hope House Children's Hospices - Hope House at Oswestry and Tŷ Gobaith at Conwy - provide care and support to life-limited children, young people and their families from Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales. Our counselling service offers individual and couple counselling for children, young people and their family. Bereavement counselling is also available to those who have been affected by the death of a baby, child or young person (24 weeks gestation to 25 years old when they died).

Hospice in the Weald (Kent)
Counselling & Support Services, Maidstone Road, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells TN2 4TA
Tel: 01892 820525
Email: Counselling@hospiceintheweld.org.uk
Website: www.hospiceintheweald.org.uk
Hospice in the Weald provides palliative care for adults as well as children and young people with a life limiting illness. The hospice offers specialist counselling services for hospice patients as well as their families and carers. The service provides counselling to children, young people and adults. We also provide a bereavement support service and bereavement counselling.

Hounslow Youth Counselling Service (HYCS) (London, Middlesex)
78 St. Johns Road, Isleworth TW7 6RU
Tel: 020 8568 1818
Email: ask@hycscounselling.co.uk
Website: www.hycscounselling.co.uk
HYCS is a youth counselling service for 11 to 25 years olds who live, work or study in the London Borough of Hounslow. Established as a charity in 1987, HYCS offers a free and confidential service with easy access for young people to refer themselves. HYCS provides humanistic counselling support at the main centre in Isleworth and outreach locations including HMP Young Offenders Institution (Feltham) and in nine secondary schools in Hounslow Borough.

Kalmer Counselling Services (County Durham, Northumberland, Tyneside, Wearside)
Kalmer Counselling Therapy Centre, Kenton College, Drayton Road NE3 3RU
Tel: 0191 241 6731
Email: info@kalmercounselling.co.uk
Website: www.kalmercounselling.co.uk
Kalmer Counselling provides a high quality, professional counselling service, for anyone aged 4 to 94, working with adults, young people, children, families and schools across the North East. We assist clients with a wide range of issues, giving them the space to explore their current situation and the impact this may have on them psychologically, physically and emotionally. We strive to provide all our clients with an elevated level of therapeutic care within a confidential and supportive environment.

Lancashire Women
25 Wellington Street, St Johns, Blackburn BB1 8AF
Tel: 01254 583032
Email: enquiries@womenscentre.org
Website: www.womenscentre.org
Formerly the Women's Centre for Blackburn and District, we became the East Lancashire Women's Centre but are now simply Lancashire Women's Centres, providing a professional, accessible and confidential counselling service for women. A range of approaches including CBT, psychodynamic and person centred are available. As well as individual counselling, the service also offers couple counselling. We now deliver telephone therapy. Full details of other services are available on our website.

Leeds Beckett University (Yorkshire)
Student Wellbeing Team, Priestley 223, Headingley Campus, Leeds LS6 3QS
Tel: 0113 812 8507
Email: studentwellbeing@leedsbeckett.ac.uk
Website: www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/studenthub/counselling
Free, confidential short-term individual counselling available at City Campus and Headingley Campus for all students who are enrolled at the University. For further information please visit our website.

Lewis Psychology (Midlands, Staffordshire)
Deansgate, 62-70 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton WV1 4TH
Tel: 01902 827808
Email: info@lewispsy.org.uk
Website: www.lewispsy.org.uk
Lewis Psychology is an award winning ethical company and the only BACP accredited service for counselling and psychotherapy in Wolverhampton. Lewis Psychology provides a large range of expert counselling and psychotherapy services including CBT, EMDR, couple counselling, psychotherapy, CFT and much more.

Listening Ear (Merseyside)
St Nicholas Centre, 70 Church Road, Halewood, Liverpool L26 6LB
Tel: 0151 488 6648
Email: enquiries@listening-ear.co.uk
Website: www.listening-ear.co.uk
Our service is for adults experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems and for children and young people who have experienced bereavement, separation or loss. We offer a professional counselling service provided by trained counsellors, or counsellors in training, with person centred, psychodynamic, CBT and integrative approaches.

London Fire Brigade
Counselling and Wellbeing, 69 Euston Square, London NW1 1DH
Tel: 020 8555 1200 ext 35555
Website: www.london-fire.gov.uk
In-house provision for all employees of the London Fire Brigade offering a range of counselling services to promote resilience and psychological wellbeing, including interpersonal therapy, psychodynamic, CBT, and trauma-focused approaches including EDMR. Short to medium term counselling is provided for individuals or couples.

London School of Theology (Hertfordshire)
REMA Counselling, The Wellspring Church Centre, 1 Wellspring Way, Watford WD17 2AH  
Tel: 01923 255197
Email: info@rema.lst.co.uk
Website: www.remacounselling.org
REMA Counselling is confidential counselling service that offers a relational integrative model of counselling. Our ethos is to serve and help people in Watford and wider areas with a range of counselling needs including depression, bereavement and loss, stress, anxiety or relationship difficulties. We charge £15 for an initial assessment and have a sliding scale of fees to aid the accessibility of affordable counselling. We respect people’s right to make their own decisions in all aspects of life including faith and we are open to all people over the age of 18.

Marches Counselling Service (MCS) (Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire)
57 St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2JQ
Tel: 01432 261493
Email: marches.referrals@gmail.com
Website: www.marchescounselling.org
We provide a professional, confidential counselling service with practitioners experienced in different settings, both NHS and voluntary. We see people with a wide range of problems, and offer different forms of counselling, both short term and long term, to match needs. This, and level of payment, is assessed at the first appointment with us. Our service is for adults over the age of 18. We can usually offer appointments outside of normal working hours, in the city and market towns.

Mid and North Essex Mind
272a Mersea Road, Colchester CO2 8QZ
Tel: 01206 764600
Email: enquiries@mnessexmind.org
Website: www.mnessexmind.org
The Mid and North Essex Mind accredited counselling service supports people over the age of 18 presenting with a wide range of psychological or emotional problems, across the Colchester, Tendring and mid Essex area.

Mid-Sussex Counselling Centre
Powell House, 21 Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8AB
Tel: 01273 846835
Email: mscc@midsussexcounsellingcentre.org.uk
Website: www.midsussexcounsellingcentre.org.uk
Open-ended counselling for adults: self-referral, assessment interview offered, sliding scales of fees. Clinical training placements offered to student counsellors on counselling diploma courses.

Mind in Croydon (London, Surrey)
26 Pamisford Road, Purley CR8 2NE
Tel: 020 8763 2064
Email: counselling@mindincroydon.org.uk
Website: www.mindincroydon.org.uk
Mind in Croydon continues to be a busy service with organisations such as Victim Support UK requesting our counselling services. To enable us to be the best service possible, the staff counsellor hours have been increased accordingly.

Mind in Enfield and Barnet (London)
275 Fore Street, London N9 0PD
Tel: 020 8906 7508
Email: enfieldcounselling@mindeb.org.uk,
Barnet office: 55 Christchurch Avenue N12 0DG
Tel: 020 8343 5703
Email: barnetcounselling@mindeb.org.uk
Website: www.mindeb.org.uk
Mind in Enfield and Barnet provides IAPT compliant evidence-based counselling for individuals aged 16 and above experiencing mild to moderate depression and anxiety and registered with a GP in the Boroughs of Enfield or Barnet. Our service is free, confidential, and delivered by a team of dedicated volunteer counsellors. We offer on average eight sessions and operate five days a week with evening sessions from Mondays to Wednesdays. We also provide open ended private counselling and psychotherapy via our DOVE service, which is not BACP accredited but is supported by BACP accredited and registered counsellors and abides by the BACP Ethical Framework. Please check our website for more details.

Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest (London)
Main site: 8-10 Tudor Road, London E9 7SN
Tel: 020 8985 4239
Email: pthelp@mindchwf.org.uk
Website: www.mindchwf.org.uk
We provide an innovative range of evidence-based services for people with experience of mental ill-health, promoting wellbeing, resilience and recovery. We offer a range of talking treatments and psychological therapies, including counselling suited to individual needs - we aim to provide a service that is culturally appropriate.

Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham (MiTHN) (London)
Open House, 13 Whitethorn Street, London E3 4DA
Tel: 020 7510 1081
Email: info@mithn.org.uk
Website: www.mithn.org.uk
We are a specialist mental health charity supporting local communities in Tower Hamlets and Newham. We offer free and confidential one to one counselling, bereavement counselling and psycho education groups across Tower Hamlets and Newham. Our counselling is delivered using a range of modalities to include person centred, transactional analysis, solution focused, psychodynamic, existential and integrative.

My Sisters Place (Teesside)
Domestic Violence and Abuse, 123 Borough Road, Middlesborough TS1 2AN
Tel: 01642 241864 or 01642 256036 (Counselling Team)
Email: counselling@mysistersplace.co.uk
Website: www.mysistersplace.org.uk
MSP provides free and confidential trauma informed therapy to women 16 years and over and to male survivors of domestic abuse. Services include face to face, telephone, video and email counselling. Therapy is provided for female and male survivors who may be currently in, have recently left, or are considering leaving an abusive relationship, for those impacted by historic abuse as either children or adults or both, and for female family members or friends impacted by supporting those experiencing domestic abuse. MSP’s DOTS service offers therapy for women with disabilities in their homes.

Northpoint Wellbeing Ltd (Yorkshire)
Leeds Bridge House, Hunslet Road, Leeds LS10 1JN
Tel: 0113 245 0303
Email: info@northpoint.org.uk
Website: www.northpoint.org.uk
Northpoint Wellbeing, is a charitable organisation, which provides therapeutic services for adults, children and young people in Leeds, Calderdale, York and surrounding areas.

North Staffs MIND (Staffordshire)
83 Marsh Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 5HN
Tel: 01782 262100
Email: reception@nsmind.com
Website: www.nsmind.org.uk
North Staffs Mind offers a professional and compassionate service to adults, children and young people in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire working holistically to support people at their point of need. We offer EAP services and specialist counsellors who will work in schools and remotely with young people online. We offer a pay as you go therapy service to adults. We also offer training and supervision services and we welcome enquiries from other professionals and the public about our services.

Nottingham Counselling Service (NCS)
Unit 5, Victoria Court, Kent Street, Nottingham NG1 3LZ
Tel: 0115 950 1743
Email: info@nottinghamcounsellingcentre.org.uk
Website: www.nottinghamcounsellingcentre.org.uk
At NCS we believe that good mental wellbeing should not be restricted to circumstance or background. We promote emotional health and wellbeing by offering inclusive and accessible counselling services at a cost that reflects the economic circumstances of the client.

Off the Record Youth Counselling Croydon (London)
72 Queens Road, Croydon CR0 2PR
Tel: 020 8251 0251 
Email: croydon@talkofftherecord.org
Website: www.talkofftherecord.org
Provides counselling and psychological support through telephone, video and face to face to young people aged 14 to 25 who live, study, work or have a GP in the borough of Croydon. There is a helpline 3pm to 6pm weekdays and 10 am to 1 pm Saturdays staffed by a mental health practitioner. The agency also provide psychoeducational webinars, text based counselling and specific support for minority groups in Croydon.

Open Door Youth Counselling Ltd (Midlands)
2 Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3BE
Tel: 0121 454 1116
Email: info@opendoorcounselling.org.uk
Website: www.opendoorcounselling.org.uk
Open Door Counselling offers a range of person-centred counselling services to children, young people and adults across Birmingham and beyond. This includes fee paying counselling services, low-cost personal therapy for trainee counsellors, school counselling services, employee counselling, fully funded counselling and mental health support groups. We offer face to face counselling, alongside online and telephone counselling.

Pattigift Therapy CIC (Midlands)
Pattigift Therapy CIC, 4th Floor, Coleridge Chambers, 177 Corporation Street, Birmingham B4 6RG 
Tel: 0121 236 3551
Email: info@pattigifttherapy.org
Website: www.pattigifttherapy.org
Pattigift Therapy specialises in working with persons of African ancestry, helping to develop knowledge of self. Our approach is psychodynamic and integrative, founded on an African-centred psychological understanding - which is underpinned by the philosophy of Ubuntu.

Primrose Hospice (Worcestershire)
The Coppice Centre, Primrose Hospice, St Godwalds Road, Bromsgrove B60 3BW
Tel: 01527 889799
Email: info@primrosehospice.org
Website: www.primrosehospice.org
Primrose Hospice provides a high quality, specialist counselling service; its aim being to offer a confidential, ethical service to individuals, couples, children and families within a safe environment. The service is staffed by a team of qualified, experienced counsellors who are trained in a broad range of theoretical approaches. The service provides short and medium term counselling to adult patients who are affected by a life threatening illness, their carers and loved ones and to the bereaved.

Primrose also offers a bereavement service to anyone suffering from a bereavement which has occurred in the last three years within North East Worcestershire area. This can be accessed either through Health Care Professionals or on a self-referral basis.

Quaggy Community Counselling Service (London)
Quaggy Development Trust, Quaggy Childrens Centre, Orchard Hill, Lewisham, London SE13 7QZ
Tel: 020 8465 9785
Email: info@quaggydevelopmenttrust.org.uk
Website: www.quaggydevelopmenttrust.org
A low cost community counselling service providing medium term counselling to adults (18+) in Greenwich and Lewisham borders. Fees are means tested, starting at £2 per session for those who are not working. We are a charity committed to supporting the wellbeing of local people and have many years of experience assisting individuals with a wide spectrum of concerns. Our counsellors offer a range of approaches including person-centred, psychodynamic, existential and integrative.

Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland
PO Box 1320, Newcastle upon Tyne NE99 5DX
Tel: 0191 222 0272
Email: enquiries@rctn.org.uk
Website: www.rctn.org.uk
RCTN provides information, counselling and support for women over the age of 13 who have experienced sexual violence, including rape, sexual abuse and sexual assault. Our counselling practitioners are all women. RCTN consists of two Centres: Tyneside Rape Crisis Centre (TRCC) and Grace Northumberland Rape Crisis.

RASA Merseyside
Unit 2-3, Stella Nova, Washington Parade, Bootle L20 4TZ 
Tel: 0151 650 0155
Email: rasa@rasamerseyside.org
Website: www.rasamerseyside.org
Counselling and therapeutic support service

RASASC Cheshire and Merseyside
PO Box 35, Warrington WA1 1DW
Tel: 01925 221546
Email: support@rapecentre.org.uk
Website: www.rapecentre.org.uk
Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre, providing counselling to men, women and young people who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives. RASASC is a registered charity providing services throughout Cheshire and Merseyside. We aim to ensure accessibility for clients and deliver services in an outreach capacity within local community settings.

Relate Hull and East Yorkshire
1 Charlotte Street Mews, Hull HU1 3BP
Tel: 01482 329 621
Email: enquiries@relatehull.org.uk
Website: www.relatehull.org.uk
Accredited counselling services offered in Hull, Goole and Beverley include relationship counselling, psychosexual therapy and family and young people counselling for those who are affected by their parents’ divorce or separation.

Relate Leicestershire
83 Aylestone Road, Leicester LE2 7LL
Tel: 0116 254 3011
Email: info@relateleics.org
Website: www.relateleicestershire.org.uk
Relate Leicestershire offers: relationship counselling for couples and individuals; sex therapy for couples and individuals; family counselling; and children and young people's counselling. Our main office is in Leicester and we also offer counselling sessions in Ashby de la Zouche, Coalville, Hinckley, Loughborough, Lutterworth, Market Harborough and Melton Mowbray.

Relate London North, East and Essex
12a Bridge Close, Romford RM7 0UA
Tel: 01708 441722
Email: info@relatelnene.org.uk
Website: www.relatelnene.org.uk 
Offers a wide variety of accredited counselling services including relationship counselling, sex therapy, youth counselling and family counselling. Counselling available for couples, individuals and family groups. Counselling available in Havering, Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, Waltham Forest, Haringey and Enfield Newham, Tower Hamlets and Hackney.

Relate North Thames and Chilterns
Registered as Relate LNWHMTB
Harrow Civic Centre, Station Road, Harrow HA1 2XH
Tel: 0300 0032324
Website: relate.org.uk/london-north-west-and-hertfordshire
Relate Mid Thames and Bucks merged with Relate London North West and Herts in April 2021. Since then we have become more commonly known as Relate NTC (North Thames and Chilterns). We continue to support couples, individuals and families to make their relationships work better through relationship counselling, sex therapy and family counselling via face to face, web and telephone counselling. We are available across Buckinghamshire, East Berkshire, Hertfordshire and North West London.

Renew Counselling (Essex, London)
Sadlers House, 2 Legg Street, Chelmsford CM1 1AH
Tel: 01245 269335
Email: info@renew.org.uk 
Website: www.renew.org.uk
Renew Counselling (formerly WHCM) offers professional, accredited counselling service for children, young people, adults and couples at two locations - Chelmsford and Basildon. Low cost counselling, on a sliding scale, is available. Contracts are held with schools across East London and Essex for the provision of school counselling in primary, secondary, special schools and exclusion units. For information on training and other services provided by Renew Counselling, please visit the website.

Kate - Riverside Counselling Service (Oxfordshire)
Friends Meeting House, 45 Northfield End Road, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2JJ
Tel: 01491 876670
Email: contact@riversidecounsellingservice.co.uk
Website: www.riversidecounsellingservice.co.uk
Riverside Counselling Service is a dynamic charity that provides professional, affordable counselling for adults and young people from the age of 12 upwards. Our highly trained counsellors see around 160 clients a week, across South Oxfordshire, offering time-limited counselling of up to 44 weeks. We run young people’s stage 1 training, CPD programme and offer placements for those on accredited training courses.

Rochdale and District Mind (Lancashire)
The Wellbeing Centre, 3-11 Drake Street, Rochdale OL16 1RE
Tel: 01706 752358
Email: info@rochdalemind.org.uk
Website: www.rochdalemind.org.uk
Rochdale and District Mind’s counselling service provides psychological therapies, delivered by qualified and student counsellors, in line with the BACP Ethical Framework. We have a diverse team with a varied skillset which means we are able to suit most needs in our community. Last year we supported almost 300 people and delivered over 1,600 individual sessions to residents of Rochdale, Heywood and Middleton by providing them with a supportive and confidential space for them to explore their thoughts and feelings.

Rossendale Hospice (Lancashire)
New Cribden House, Rossendale PHCC, 161 Bacup Road, Rawtenstall, Rossendale BB4 7PL
Tel: 01706 253633
Email: admin@rossendalehospice.org
Website: www.rossendalehospice.org
We offer a free counselling service for hospice patients, family members, carers and people in the community who are affected by cancer or other life-limiting illness. Pre and post bereavement counselling is also available for children, young people and adults resident in the Rossendale Valley, regardless of the cause of death (the deceased does not have to have been a hospice patient). Sessions can be face-to-face or via telephone. Counsellors are highly experienced, with an integrative approach and therapy tailored to individual needs.

Royal Holloway University of London (RHUL) (Surrey)
Egham Hill, Egham TW20 0EX
Tel: 01784 443 128
Email: counselling@rhul.ac.uk
Website: www.rhul.ac.uk/counselling
A free accredited counselling and support service available for registered students of Royal Holloway University of London only.

Runshaw College (Lancashire)
Langdale Road, Leyland PR25 3DQ
Tel: 01772 642 058
Email: studentcounsellors@runshaw.ac.uk
Website: www.runshaw.ac.uk
Safeguarding and wellbeing support at Runshaw College includes an Accredited Counselling Service, offering one to one counselling sessions for all students.

SAIL (Sexual Abuse & Incest Line) Counselling Service
12 Soresby Street, Chesterfield, S40 1JN
Telephone: 01246 559889
Email: info@sailderbyshire.org.uk
Website: www.sailderbyshire.org.uk
At SAIL we are a charity who provides support for all genders aged 18+ who have experienced child sexual abuse, sexual violence or incest across Derbyshire. We offer free one to one counselling for a period of 6 months. Counselling is provided by sessional counsellors, student placement counsellors and qualified volunteer counsellors. We also have a helpline, ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisor) service, peer support group, therapy group, art therapy and drama therapy. 

Sarah Agnes Foundation (London)
c/o Hugh Cubitt Centre, 48 Collier Street, London N1 9QZ
Tel: 07932 253818
Email: agnes.rees@sarahagnesfoundation.org.uk
Website: www.sarahagnesfoundation.org.uk
Sarah Agnes Foundation (SAF) provides counselling to individuals, couples, children and young people, and families, both virtually and in per,son and aims to tackle health inequalities by offering a pay-as-you-can programme to those who need it. SAF operates in schools across London and Northamptonshire.

SAVANA (Staffordshire)
Unit C, Metro Business Park, Clough Street, Hanley, Stoke on Trent ST1 4AF
Tel: 01782 433204
Email:info@savana.org.uk
Website: www.savana.org.uk
Accredited, specialist, confidential counselling and support service for anyone who has experienced rape, sexual violence and abuse, or domestic violence and abuse and lives in Stoke-on-Trent and its surrounding areas. We offer an accredited independent sexual violence advisor service and CPD accredited training for professionals. Working with children from the age of four years up, we have over 35 years’ experience within this field.

Service Six (Buckinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire)
HQ: 15 Sassoon Mews, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire NN8 3LT
Tel: 01933 226602
Email: referrals@servicesix.co.uk
Website: servicesix.co.uk
Service Six is an award winning provider of specialist outcome based therapeutic support, aiding thousands of hard to reach children, young people, adults and families. Our therapeutic services offer face to face and online counselling.

Somerset Counselling Centre
Apsley House, Tower Street, Taunton TA1 4BH
Tel: 01823 337 049
Email: info@scctaunton.org.uk
Website: www.scctaunton.org.uk
A safe space; at your own pace. We provide 1:2:1 individual counselling services and couples counselling. We offer face-to-face, telephone, video/online counselling. Our service provision begins with an expert assessment (initial consultation) where we explore specific needs; these are expertly allocated to a counsellor best matched for each client. We offer short (6 or 8 sessions) and longer term therapy. We have a bursary scheme with sliding scale, relative to income.

South Bucks Counselling (Buckinghamshire)
The Cottage behind The Hub, Easton Street, High Wycombe HP11 1NJ
Tel: 01494 440199
Email: enquiries@southbuckscounselling.org
Website: www.southbuckscounselling.org
Professional, affordable, weekly, one-to-one counselling for adults suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, insecurity, relationship problems, bereavement, parenting issues and abuse. Qualified and experienced counsellors. Length of counselling tailored to individual needs. Open to clients from any geographical area. Self-referral or through GP recommendation. Accredited member of WPF therapy network of counselling agencies.

Springhill Hospice (Rochdale)
Broad Lane, Rochdale OL16 4PZ
Tel: 0170 664 9920
Email: jill.wilson13@nhs.net
Website: springhill.org.uk
Springhill Hospice Counselling Service is an adult-only service, providing counselling for people who are, or have been, affected by a life-limiting illness. Bereavement support is available to adults living within Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, who have been bereaved by the loss of a loved one with a diagnosed life-limiting illness (deceased child or adult). The service is delivered by experienced, registered and accredited counsellors. We offer placements to students on BACP accredited courses. Sessions can be face-to-face or via telephone or video conference. We also offer outdoor counselling sessions.

St Barnabas Counselling (Norfolk)
Derby Street, Norwich NR2 4PU
Tel: 01603 625222
Email: admin@stbcc.org.uk
Website: www.stbcc.org.uk
We are an independent, professional charity offering individual and employee assisted counselling at affordable rates.We have 30 qualified, experienced and trainee counsellors who provide therapy tailored to individual needs and bring to the centre a wide range of approaches.We are an open organisation with no religious affiliations. You can expect to be treated with respect and without judgement in a warm and caring environment. Daytime and evening appointments are available.

Stockport Women's Centre (Cheshire)
39 Greek Street, Stockport SK3 8AX
Tel: 0161 355 4455
Email: admin@stockportwomenscentre.co.uk
Website: www.thewomenscentre.uk.net
The Women’s Centre offers innovative and holistic support services and therapeutic treatments for women. We offer a range of services and activities, including a counselling and psychotherapy service for women over the age of 18 who live in the Greater Manchester (GM) area. We run services across the GM footprint and are able to offer face-to-face and remote therapy. We offer appointments from Monday to Fridays, with some evening appointments available. We also run a paid service, where 100% of our profits go directly into running our free service.

Sunderland Community CAMHS (Tyne and Wear)
36 West Sunniside, Sunderland SR1 1BU
Tel: 0191 514 7007
Email: office@sunderlandcounselling.org.uk
Website: www.sunderlandcounselling.org.uk and www.sunderlandcommunitycamhs.nhs.uk
The accredited Community CAMHS Counselling Service is provided at Community CAMHS bases in Southwick, Hendon and Washington. The service is staffed by qualified counsellors who provide therapy over an agreed period of time for children and young people aged 5 to 18 years, who are reacting to changes in their lives. Common themes are issues with relationships, bullying, loss and traumatic events. As well as working with qualified counsellors, we offer counselling placements to students.

Sunderland Counselling Service (Tyne and Wear)
51 John Street, Sunderland SR1 1QN
Tel: 0191 514 7007
Email: office@sunderlandcounselling.org.uk
Website: www.sunderlandcounselling.org.uk
Our aim is to improve the mental health and emotional wellbeing of people living, working or studying in Sunderland and the north of England, through provision of accessible and appropriate counselling and support services. We provide a range of counselling services for adults aged over 18, as well as specific projects including Counselling for Adult Survivors of Sexual Violence and Abuse, and a Cancer Counselling Service. Our Community CAMHS Counselling service for young people is also BACP accredited.

Sussex Community Counselling
(Part of Sussex Community Development Association)
Denton Island Community Centre, Denton Island, Newhaven BN9 9BA
Tel: 01273 519108
Email: counselling@sussexcommunity.org.uk
Website: www.sussexcommunity.org.uk
We offer affordable, short-term counselling in Newhaven, Lewes, Hailsham and Eastbourne for anyone aged 16 years and over. In addition, Our Support for Survivors of Suicide service offers free counselling and support to individuals affected by suicide. As well as working with qualified counsellors, we offer placements to students on BACP accredited courses. Please visit our website or contact us to find out more about what we do.

SV2 Supporting Victims of Sexual Violence (Derbyshire)
EPOS House, 263 Heage Road, Ripley DE5 3GH
Tel: 01773 746115
Email: help@sv2.org.uk
Website: www.sv2.org.uk
SV2 is a charity commissioned by NHS England, Derbyshire Constabulary and Derbyshire County Council to provide the county’s sexual assault referral centre (SARC) service, where we offer a full range of specialist support services for anyone who has experienced sexual violence at any point in their life. This includes an accredited therapy service for children, young people and adults, and also therapy for secondary survivors. The therapy service is funded through Children in Need, the National Lottery Community Fund, NHS England and the Ministry of Justice.

Teens in Crisis (TIC+) (Gloucestershire)
Office 71, 4th Floor, Building 8, Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean GL17 0DD
Tel: 01594 372777
Email: admin@ticplus.org.uk
Website: www.ticplus.org.uk
We offer free access counselling to children and young people aged 9 to 21 living in Gloucestershire. Young people can choose either face-to-face, online (text chat) or remote (video or telephone) counselling. We provide counselling at a young person’s school or college or other safe venue close to where they live if preferred. We also offer anonymous online and telephone support for young people and also for parents living in Gloucestershire.

The Change Portfolio, trading as The Change Project (Essex)
Counselling at the Change Project, 11 A/B Broomfield Road, Chelmsford CM1 1SY
Tel: 01245 258 680
Email: tcp@thechange-project.org
Website: www.thechange-project.org
The Change Portfolio trades as ‘The Change Project’. Our aim is to promote personal wellbeing through enabling people to have healthy relationships in families, between individuals and in the community. We are committed to preventing conflict in relationships, whatever form it takes. We do this through a range of services including counselling for couples, individuals, families, children and young people and domestic violence prevention services.

The CLD Trust (Herefordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire)
Hereford House, 3, Offa Street, Hereford HR1 2LL
Tel: 01432 269245
Email: info@thecldtrust.org
Website: www.thecldtrust.org
We offer counselling, learning and development services for young people and adults who are faced with mental and emotional health problems. We offer a range of therapeutic approaches and assessment, strong safeguarding practice and operate from a number of locations, including schools, GP surgeries, hospitals and community settings, ensuring clients can easily access the service at times to suit them. Our counsellors are recruited for their previous child development or other relevant experience in addition to their counselling experience.

The Counselling and Family Centre (Cheshire, Greater Manchester)
40 Mayors Road, Altrincham WA15 9RP
Tel: 0161 941 7754
Email: appointments@thecfc.org.uk
Website: thecfc.org.uk
A local charity that has been at the heart of the community for over 40 years. From the age of five, up through the teens and into adulthood and on, we are here for whatever life throws at you. CFC offers one to one counselling for adults, children and young people, as well counselling for couples and families at various locations. We also offer a range of support groups facilitated by qualified counsellors. Please visit our webpage for further information.

The Counselling Foundation (Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire)
1 College Yard, Lower Dagnall Street, St Albans AL3 4PA
Tel: 01727 868585
Email: foundation@counsellingfoundation.org
Website: www.counsellingfoundation.org
We offer many varieties of affordable counselling, specialising in a psychodynamic service with weekly sessions from 12 sessions to up to two years. We also deliver short term counselling work for NHS referrals and staff of local organisations. We have centres in Bedford, Broxbourne, Luton, St Albans and Stevenage.

The Dove Service (Cheshire, Merseyside, Midlands, Staffordshire)
The Dudson Centre, Hope Street, Stoke on Trent ST1 5DD
Tel: 01782 683155
Email: enquiries@thedoveservice.org.uk
Website: www.thedoveservice.org.uk
We provide a high quality professional counselling and support service offered in a confidential and safe setting, for those affected by bereavement, life-changing illness and other significant losses. Provision of training and awareness workshops in loss and grief, bereavement and other related topics are also available.

The Maya Centre (London)
Unit 8, 9-15 Elthorne Road, London N11 4AJ
Tel: 020 7281 8970
Email: admin@mayacentre.org.uk
Website: www.mayacentre.org.uk
The Maya Centre is a women only space, offering free psychodynamic and integrative intercultural counselling to women on benefit level incomes. Our specialism is working with women who have experienced trauma, gender-based violence and mental health issues. Our service is provided by experienced and BACP registered counsellors. We offer different lengths of counselling according to the needs of the client and, where appropriate, group therapies, complementary therapies, and psychoeducation workshops as part of a holistic support and recovery package. Our counselling offer is intercultural and offered in over 10 community languages. We offer a community Women’s Hub Well-Being Project that offers weekly workshops, activities, weekly peer support groups, personal wellbeing plans and individual support from Community Navigators.

The Norwich Centre for Personal, Professional and Spiritual Development (Norfolk)
7 Earlham Road, Norwich NR2 3RA
Tel: 01603 617709
Email: info@norwichcentre.org
Website: www.norwichcentre.org
The Norwich Centre offers an accredited counselling service which has two parts. The Norwich Centre Counselling Service offers individual counselling in the local community. Fees are negotiable in cases of financial difficulty but there is a minimum fee of £25 for evening appointments from 6pm. Norwich Centre Projects provides counselling to organisations, with a dedicated specialist team of counsellors experienced in this work.

The What Centre (Midlands)
23 Coventry Street, Stourbridge DY8 1EP
Tel: 01384 379992
Email: what.whatcentre@gmail.com
Website: www.thewhatcentre.co.uk
An accredited counselling service for young people aged nine to 25.
The What Centre provides a range of counselling and counselling specialities including LGBTQ+, BAME, Family work with therapists who are experienced and qualified in working with children and young people.

Thurrock and Brentwood Mind (Essex)
152 Bridge Road, Grays RM17 6DB
Tel: 01375 391411
Email: counselling@tbmind.org.uk
Website: www.thurrockandbrentwoodmind.org.uk/services-counselling
Thurrock and Brentwood Mind is a registered charity offering services within the community for over 40 years. Our counselling project offers a professional and confidential service for adults experiencing emotional and mental distress. This can include anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, bereavement, and relationship difficulties. We have a range of counsellors with different therapeutic approaches. We offer daytime, evening, and Saturday appointments.

Tilehouse Counselling (Hertfordshire)
The Coach House, R/O 84 Tilehouse Street, Hitchin SG5 2DY
Tel: 01462 440674
Email: info@tilehouse.org
Website: www.tilehouse.org

Time to Talk West Berkshire
Broadway House, 4-8 The Broadway, Newbury RG14 1BA
Tel: 01635 760331
Email: office@t2twb.org
Website: www.t2twb.org
We offer individual counselling for young people aged 11 to 25, who live, work, attend school or college, or are registered with a GP practice within West Berkshire. Counselling is free to service users and can be face to face or online. However it is delivered, our counselling is tailored to the individual and the service is safe, ethical and empathetic.

TLC: Talk, Listen, Change
Floor 5, Trafford House, Chester Road, Manchester M32 0RS
Tel: 0161 872 1100
Email: enquiries@talklistenchange.org.uk
Website: www.talklistenchange.org.uk
TLC offers relationship counselling, sex therapy, young people counselling and family counselling in two centres, outposts and schools. 

University of Bradford and Bradford College Counselling and Mental Health Service (Yorkshire)
The Counselling Service, Richmond Road, Bradford BD7 1DP
Tel: 01274 235750
Email: counselling@bradford.ac.uk
Website: www.brad.ac.uk/counselling
The Counselling Service provides free and confidential counselling to all current students and staff at the University of Bradford and to all students at Bradford College. The service also runs groups, delivers training and provides advice and information for staff and students. For further information please visit our website.

University of Leeds (West Yorkshire)
Student Counselling Centre, 19 Clarendon Place, Leeds LS2 9JY
Tel: 0113 343 4107
Email: stucouns@adm.leeds.ac.uk
Website: www.leeds.ac.uk
Student Counselling and Wellbeing offers free, confidential individual counselling, groups and workshops to undergraduate and postgraduate students of the University of Leeds. An initial consultation supports students to articulate the current area of difficulty, identify helpful strategies and agree next steps. Counselling is usually short-term, and supplemented by web-based self-help and information including MP3 downloads.

University of Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
University Counselling Service, The Orchards, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD
Tel: 0115 951 3695
Email: counselling.service@nottingham.ac.uk
Web: www.nottingham.ac.uk/counselling/
Counselling services provided for students and staff, working or studying at the University

University of Warwick (Midlands, Warwickshire)
Senate House, Central Campus, University of Warwick CV4 7AL
Tel: 024 7657 5570
Email: wellbeing@warwick.ac.uk
Website: warwick.ac.uk/services/counselling
Counselling and Psychotherapy Services (CAPS) sits within Wellbeing & Student Support  at the University of Warwick. We offer a range of free, confidential psychological counselling and psychotherapy interventions for students. After an initial consultation with a Wellbeing professional, students may be referred to CAPS for therapy. The interventions are predominantly short-term and the aim of the therapy is to support the student to thrive and help to understand how to make positive changes.

University of Worcester
St Johns Campus, Henwick Grove, Worcester WR2 6AJ
Tel: 01905 542832
Email: cmh@worc.ac.uk
Website: www.worc.ac.uk/counselling
We offer a free and confidential counselling service to all students at the University of Worcester. Our counsellors are professionally trained. They are experienced in dealing with a wide range of issues and respond flexibly to the needs of each individual client.

Vida Sheffield
Knowle House, 4 Norfolk Park Road, Sheffield S2 3QE
Tel: 0114 275 0101
Email: admin@vidasheffield.org.uk
Website: www.vidasheffield.org.uk
Vida Sheffield is a free specialist trauma-focused and gender sensitive therapy service for women, aged 16yrs and above, whose mental health is affected by previous experiences of domestic abuse and trauma. We've developed a pathway of interventions through our service which includes several group work programmes and a choice of 1:1 trauma focused Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy and EMDR or integrative counselling. We take a phase based approach to working therapeutically with clients – the first phase is about helping clients to manage the distress they experience by learning about different coping strategies, gaining tools for emotional regulation and importantly learning about the impacts of abuse and trauma and the brain science of trauma responses. The second phase is working at a deeper level and emotionally processing trauma memories and their impacts. The final phase is helping clients to reclaim their lives and move forward towards the life they want to live, free from abuse, fear and anxiety.

Walk Tall (Kent)
185 Parrock Street, Gravesend, Kent DA12 1EN
Tel: 01474 560 834
Email: counselling@walk-tall.org.uk
Web: www.walk-tall.org.uk
Walk Tall is a specialist mental health charity providing psychotherapeutic support to children, young people and adults. We only use specialist counsellors to support children and young people. We provide therapy remotely as well as face to face. Our rooms are high quality specialist sensory play therapy rooms equipped to support a range of therapeutic needs.

Wantage Counselling and Training Centre (Berkshire, Oxfordshire)
Orchard House, Portway, Wantage OX12 9BU
Tel: 01235 769744
Email: info@wantagecounselling.org.uk
Website: wantagecounselling.org.uk
Established in 1984, Wantage Counselling is a registered charity (1160889), which offers counselling to the communities of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and beyond. To make an appointment, ring the office between 09.15 and noon Monday to Thursday, or leave a message on the 24 hour answerphone. Office is manned 9.30 to 12.30 Monday to Friday.

Washington Mind (Tyne and Wear)
Life House, Grasmere Terrace, Columbia, Washington NE38 7LP
Tel: 0191 417 8043
Email: info@washingtonmind.org.uk
Website: www.washingtonmind.org.uk
Washington Mind is a local independent charity offering a range of mental health, wellbeing and training services to people in the local community. Our accredited counselling service covers Washington, Sunderland and the coalfield areas and offers counselling for adults and young people aged 11 plus. Our adult service provides counselling in GP surgeries and at our Washington Mind base. Our young people’s service provides counselling in schools across Washington and Sunderland, Pop Recs (Sunderland) and our Washington Mind base.

Wessex Counselling and Psychotherapy (Bath, Bristol, Somerset)
Fairfield House, King Street, Frome BA11 1BH
Tel: 01373 453355
Email: office@wessexcounsellingservice.co.uk
Website: www.wessexcounsellingservice.co.uk
We are a charity offering professional and affordable short and long term psychodynamic counselling in central Bristol, Frome and the surrounding area.

West London Centre for Counselling (WLCC)
3 Glenthorne Mews, 115A Glenthorne Road, London W6 0LJ
Tel: 020 8563 2159
Email: wlcc@wlcc.org.uk
Website: www.wlcc.org.uk
West London Centre for Counselling (WLCC) is a long-established charity providing a free, confidential counselling service for people 18 years and older who live in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, or who are registered with a GP in the borough. We offer individual and couples counselling.

Wigan Family Welfare Counselling Service (Lancashire, Yorkshire)
St Catherines House, Catherine Terrace, Scholes, Wigan WN1 3JW
Tel: 01942 867888
Email: admin@wiganfamilywelfare.co.uk
Website: www.wiganfamilywelfare.co.uk
Wigan Family Welfare est.1958 offers a range of counselling services for both adults and children. All counsellors are experienced and qualified. Although we do not charge for our counselling, you must fit our remit to gain access. Even though we are an association of churches, our counselling services do not promote a religious stance to therapy. We provide schools counselling, child bereavement counselling, anger counselling for adults and children, post and ante natal depression counselling. Please phone for a full range of services.

Wimbledon Guild Talking Therapies (London)
30-32 Worple Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 4EF
Tel: 020 8296 0030
Email: counselling@wimbledonguild.co.uk
Website: www.wimbledonguild.co.uk
Individual counselling and psychotherapy, talking and art psychotherapy groups, and support groups for anyone over the age of 18 who lives, works, or studies in the London Borough of Merton. All clients pay on a sliding scale of fees. We also provide free short-term counselling for people that are Black – African Caribbean, LGBTQ+ and Refugees and a free psychotherapy group for being that are experiencing difficulties with Hoarding.

Windsor and Maidenhead Youth and Community Counselling Service (Berkshire, Surrey)
Number 22 Counselling, 4 Marlow Road, Maidenhead SL6 7YR
Tel: 01628 636661
Email: anne.lang@wmcounselling.com
Website: www.number22.org
Our Number 22 Community Counselling Service provides counselling for adults and young people who live in the local and surrounding area with venues in Windsor, Maidenhead and Slough. We offer free and confidential counselling primarily to young people aged 12 to 25 and those who care for them, for as long as they need it. We also provide counselling to others within the community who are in need of support, as well as running outreach programmes in local schools, colleges and youth groups.

Woman's Trust (London)
PO Box 70420, London NW1W 7QL
Tel: 020 7034 0303
Email: office@womanstrust.org.uk
Website: www.womanstrust.org.uk
Woman's Trust is a support and mental health service for women affected by domestic violence. The consequences of domestic violence are many; they include depression, low self-esteem and a sense of powerlessness. Our accredited counselling service offers one-to-one listening and support by professionally trained female counsellors experienced in giving women the specialist support they need, with time and space to talk, in confidence, about how they are feeling, with another woman who knows about the impact of domestic violence.

Women's Counselling and Therapy Service (WCTS) (Yorkshire)
Portland House, 5 Portland Street, Leeds LS1 3DR
Tel: 0113 245 5725
Email: info@womenstherapyleeds.org.uk
Website: www.womenstherapyleeds.org.uk
Women’s Counselling and Therapy Service offers a free or low-cost counselling and psychotherapy service for Leeds women and girls aged 16+ on low incomes. Venues are in the city centre and in communities around Leeds.

Worthing Counselling Centre (Sussex)
Field Place Manor House, The Boulevard, Worthing BN13 1NP
Tel: 01903 212275
Email: info@worthingcounsellingcentre.org
Website: www.worthingcounsellingcentre.org
Worthing Counselling Centre established in 1983, provides counselling for people aged 16+ in Worthing and district.  Our charitable aim is to provide counselling as widely as possible with a financially supported option for those unable to pay our standard fee and a bursary fund supporting those who are unable to pay our minimum fee.  We also provide face to face employer-funded counselling. We offer a telephone, video or face to face model of service provision.

WPF Therapy (London)
23 Magdalen Street, London SE1 2EN
Tel: 020 7378 2000
Email: reception@wpf.org.uk
Website: www.wpf.org.uk
WPF Therapy – a safe space to talk. Offers accredited counselling services to people over the age of 18. More than 300 clients are seen every week either at our London Bridge centre or on line via MS Teams. We offer individual psychodynamic psychotherapy over 6-12 sessions, 18 months or on an open-ended basis. We also offer a programme of rolling open-ended group psychotherapy.

WPH Counselling and Education Service (Midlands)
55 Upper Forster Street, Walsall WS4 2AB
Tel: 01922 649000
Email: wphcounselling@btconnect.com
Website: www.wphcounselling.org
WPH provides two accredited counselling services for adults, and young people aged 11 to 16, who are living in the Walsall area. WPH Counselling offers a general counselling service for individuals, couples and families and a specialist counselling service for individuals with concerns related to pregnancy and associated issues. Our services are totally unbiased and are there to meet the needs of all, irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation, creed, or ethnicity. Interpreters or BSL signers for non-English speakers or deaf users are available.

Yellow Door (Hampshire)
30 Brookvale Road, Southampton SO17 1QR
Tel: Helpline - 02380 636313, Office - 02380 636312
Email: info@yellowdoor.org.uk
Website: www.yellowdoor.org.uk
Yellow Door’s (YD) therapeutic service sits within the wider YD organisation providing specialist support and prevention to anyone at risk from or affected by domestic or sexual abuse, or other forms of interpersonal harm, in the Southampton and Hampshire area. We offer therapy to all ages and genders including 1 to 1 counselling, psychoeducation or therapy groups and family therapy. Our practitioners work in a variety of evidence-based, trauma informed models supporting recovery from abuse and building resilience for the future.

Young People’s Advisory Service Liverpool (YPAS) (Merseyside)
36 Bolton Street, Liverpool L3 5LX
Tel: 0151 707 1025
Email: support@ypas.org.uk
Web: www.ypas.org.uk
YPAS is a Youth Information Advice and Counselling Service (YIACS). The YIACS model offers a ‘one stop shop’ for children and young people (CYP) and families. All services have been designed in consultation with CYP and we work with those aged 5 to 25 years. Our Systemic Family Therapy is open to all families in the Liverpool area and offers a way of talking together that supports family members to explore difficult thoughts and feelings safely.

Youthline (Berkshire)
7 Portman Close, Bracknell RG42 1NE
Tel: 01344 311200
Email: simone@youthlineuk.com
Website: www.youthlineuk.com
Youthline provides a professional and confidential one to one counselling service for young people between the ages of 12 and 25 within Bracknell Forest. Counselling support is also available for parents and professionals working with young people. People who can refer themselves to the service or may be referred by their families, schools, GPs or other agencies. The service is free at the point of delivery. There is also a dedicated service available to schools for which the schools pay a contribution.

Northern Ireland

AMH New Life Counselling (County Down)
25 Ardoyne Road, Belfast BT14 7HX
Tel: 028 9039 1630
Email: info@amh.org.uk
Website: www.amh.org.uk/new-life-counselling
We are the counselling service of Action Mental Health. The service is open to anyone regardless of gender, age (5 years plus), religion, sexual orientation, ethnic or cultural background. Our facilities are also designed to promote disabled access and we offer a tailored counselling service for the deaf community. The counselling team consists of client-based teams, namely the Child, Youth and Family Team (C, YP & Family Team), Adult Team, Casual and Volunteer Teams.

Ashton - Bridge of Hope (Belfast)
Ashton Centre, 5 Churchill Street, Belfast BT15 2BP
Tel: 0289 047 6737
Email: irene@ashtoncentre.com
Web: www.thebridgeofhope.org 

Holywood Family Trust
108 High Street, Holywood BT18 9HW
Tel: 028 9042 7842
Email: holywoodft@btconnect.com
Website: www.holywoodft.co.uk/counselling
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

Lighthouse Counselling Service - A Beacon of Hope
187 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast, BT15 2GF
Tel: 028 9075 5070
Email: info@lighthosecharity.com
Web: www.lighthousecharity.com
Lighthouse Counselling Service (Lighthouse) is a local charity promoting positive mental health and suicide prevention in North Belfast and beyond. Due to the nature of this work, Lighthouse offers crisis intervention alongside counselling in a safe non-judgemental environment. Informed decisions will be made to ensure that client needs are to the fore at all times. Family support services are also available for those bereaved by suicide.

Nexus NI
119 University Street, Belfast BT7 1HP
Tel: 028 9032 6803
Email: info@nexusni.org
Website: www.nexusni.org
Nexus NI offers counselling and support for adults and young people aged from 8 years old and above, 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 and Tyrone.

Relatives for Justice
39 Glen Road, Belfast BT11 8BB
Tel: 028 90627171
Email: info@relativesforjustice.com
Website: www.relativesforjustice.com

South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF)
1 Manderwood Park, 1 Nuttfield Road, Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh BT92 0FP
Tel: 0286 7723884
Email: info@seff.org.uk
Website: www.seff.org.uk
At SEFF, we have a team of counsellors who are best placed to deal with the diverse yet specific needs of victims and survivors of The Troubles. Our adult (18+) counselling service offered at SEFF often uses an integrative approach which is based upon the principle of working with individuals and developing a process that best meets client needs. We also offer EMDR and systemic practice and family therapy. We offer support for those impacted by The Troubles across Northern Ireland, Ireland, and the UK.

Trinity Community Counselling
Holy Trinity Services, 26 Norglen Gardens, Belfast BT11 8EL
Tel: 028 90 200 396
Email: centremanager.trinity@gmail.com 
Website: www.facebook.com/pages/Holy-Trinity-Centre-Counselling-Service-Belfast
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.

The Ely Centre 
52 Forthill Street, BT74 6AJ 
Tel: +44 (0)28 6632 0977
Email: info@elycentre.co.uk
Website: https://elycentre.com/
The Ely Centre Counselling service offers support to Victims and Survivors of Troubles-Related conflict in Northern Ireland. We offer support to those living with symptoms of trauma, PTSD, CPTSD and intergenerational effects, as well as wider family members and carers. Our experienced and qualified team of trauma therapists provide a variety of evidence based psychological treatments. In addition to our office in Enniskillen, we also offer services in Markethill and Portadown.  

WAVE Trauma Centre
5 Chichester Park South, Belfast BT15 5DW
Tel: 028 9077 9922
Email: admin@wavebelfast.co.uk
Website: www.wavetraumacentre.org.uk
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 6 years old and upwards.

Scotland

Break the Silence
11 Portland Road, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA1 2BT
Email: info@breakthesilence.org.uk
Website: www.breakthesilence.org.uk
Break The Silence make a profound and positive difference in the lives of those affected by childhood sexual trauma.  The service offers professional counselling to people of all genders, age 13+, resident in East and North Ayrshire.  At Break The Silence we understand that every individual is different – we listen and work collaboratively, facilitating positive change through healing to challenge the effects of sexual trauma and assist post-traumatic growth.

 

Drugs, Alcohol and Psychotherapies Ltd (DAPL)
1-2 Parkdale Avenue, Leven, Fife KY8 5AQ
Tel: 01333 422277 Txt: 07800 605599
Email: enquiries@dapl.net
Website: www.dapl.net
DAPL offers, free and confidential support, which includes an accredited counselling service, to adults, young people and families who are affected by their own or another's substance use and live within Fife.

University of Edinburgh
Counselling Service, Third Floor, Main Library Building, George Square, Edinburgh EH8 9LJ
Tel: 0131 6504 170
Email: student-counselling@ed.ac.uk
Website: www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/student-counselling
We provide a confidential short-term accredited counselling service to all matriculated students and staff at the University of Edinburgh.
Staff contact details:
Email: staffcounsellor@ed.ac.uk
Website: www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/human-resources/about/staff-counselling

Wales

Cardiff University
Counselling, Health and Wellbeing Service, 50 Park Place, Cardiff CF10 3AT
Tel: (0)29 2251 8888
Email: studentconnect@cardiff.ac.uk
Website: www.cardiff.ac.uk
We provide a short term, solution-focused professional counselling service to students at Cardiff University, along with a wide range of courses and groups. We offer both face-to-face and online appointments.

Denbighshire Independent Young Persons Counselling Service
County Hall, Wynnstay Road, Ruthin LL15 1YN
Tel: 01824 708064
Email: Referral to our service can be made online on our webpage
Website: www.denbighshire.gov.uk
The Denbighshire Independent Young Persons Counselling Service gives children and young people the opportunity to talk to a counsellor in a comfortable and safe environment about any issues they have.

Hope House Children's Hospices (Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales)
Nant Lane, Morda, Oswestry SY10 9BX
Tel: 01691 672618
Email: counselling@hopehouse.org.uk
Website: www.hopehouse.org.uk
Hope House Children's Hospices - Hope House at Oswestry and Tŷ Gobaith at Conwy - provide care and support to life-limited children, young people and their families from Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales. Our counselling service offers individual and couple counselling for children, young people and their family. Bereavement counselling is also available to those who have been affected by the death of a baby, child or young person (24 weeks gestation to 25 years old when they died).

Marches Counselling Service (MCS) (Monmouthshire)
57 St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2JQ
Tel: 01432 261493
Email: marches.referrals@gmail.com
We provide a professional and confidential counselling service for people who feel that talking with a counsellor may help them manage difficult times in their lives. We can provide different forms of counselling which we match to need, whether that that be one to one, couple or group therapy. Dealing with a wide range of issues, our counselling can help people find a new way forward. For further information on our evidence based service, please see our website.

Further information

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