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How can Therapy help?

There are different types of counselling and therapy on offer, dependent on the issue that you would like to work on and what you would like to achieve.


General Individual Therapy

Therapy is helpful in dealing with a range of issues that you may be facing, including:

• Depression and low moods

• General Anxiety and Stress

• Social or Health Anxiety

• Panic Attacks


• Addictions

• Eating Disorders

• Self - Esteem and Assertiveness

• Loneliness and Isolation

• Trauma

• Facing redundancy

• Difficulty in decision-making

•Anger and Aggression

• Gender and Sexuality Concerns

• Relationships

This list is only an indication of the help that is offered.  If your concerns are not in this list, please contact us to see how we can help.

Addictions Support

This service is for those clients who are struggling with their use of alcohol, drugs, sex, shopping, gambling or porn use.

Addictions counselling will help whether you are seeking support for the first time, you have tried and relapsed or are in recovery.

Are you the worried family member and you do not know what to do to support your loved one who is in active addiction and denial.

This service is confidential and is tailored to meet your needs whether you want help to stop, reduce the behaviour or want help to access specialist services.  This service will also help individuals who are concerned that their behaviour may be leading to an addiction.


Couples and Relationship Therapy

Couples come to therapy for a variety of issues and concerns.

Therapy will provide a safe, non judgemental space where you can be supported to find a way through any difficulties you may be facing in your relationships.

Initially, you will be helped to identify and clarify the issues or problems you are facing.

Counselling cannot magically fix every problem and some couples decide to separate.

Relationship counselling can help couples to separate as painlessly as possible and be supported to grieve.

Issues may include:

• Difficult relationships

• Coping with divorce

• Pre-marriage problems

• Sexual difficulties

• Abuse (mental, physical, sexual, spiritual)

•Living with difficult relations (including parents and children)

• Affairs

• Conflicts


• Aggression.

Affordable Low Cost Therapy

This service aims to provide professional therapy and counselling at an affordable price.

If you are looking for therapy and have an income of below £30k per year Our Low-Cost Counselling service will offer you a caring, safe and confidential space to explore and address the issues that are negatively impacting on your life or wellbeing.

The issues that we can work with are:

  • Anxiety and Panic attacks
  • Depression and Low Moods
  • Bereavement and Loss
  • Self Esteem and Confidence Issues
  • Eating problems,
  • Personal Development
  • Trauma (childhood and recent)
  • Relationships, (work, family, friends, romantic)
  • Sexuality concerns

Fees are £25 per session and you can usually book as many sessions as you need but we ask that you commit to minimum blocks of 4 sessions.

This service is staffed by counsellors and therapists at various stages of their professional training.  All the practitioners are registered with their professional bodies such as British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), have indemnity insurance and receive clinical supervision.

To make professional help and support accessible to as many people as possible,  the counsellors and therapists who are in training will receive a fee for each session they deliver.  This will ensure that we keep the fees as low as possible for clients but support the training of therapists by ensuring that therapists do not suffer financial hardship and we can attract therapists from all walks of life.

Payment for blocks of sessions will be made by electronic invoicing in advance.  If you need to miss, cancel or reschedule an appointment, 48 hours notice is required.  Sessions can be carried over in discussion with your therapist in special circumstances.

How is therapy useful?

I think therapy is a helpful thing. I think everyone knows it. You do it for your life, you do it for yourself, because you want to explore some things, and get at the bottom of some things. It's about your life, the quality of your life. 

Philip Seymour Hoffman

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