We offer counselling to individuals and couples facing a variety of difficulties:
- Sexual Abuse
- Alcohol or Drug Problems
- Any other Personal Problems
Relationship counselling is available to anyone over 16 who is worried about or wants to explore the impact of their adult relationships. You don’t have to be in a relationship to come for counselling. You can come if you’re single, in a civil partnership, married, living with someone, separated, divorced, widowed or if you are having problems finding or keeping a relationship.
Counselling offers you a safe space in which to explore how you feel about and experience your relationships. We don’t offer advice, tell you what to do, judge or try to save relationships. Although we can help you to have the difficult conversations with your partner, we can’t tell you what to say or do. That’s for you to decide.
Usually we see couples together; however, sometimes we ask to see them individually. Your counsellor will discuss this with you. Where any aspect of domestic conflict, whether it be for you or your partner, is an issue we will always ask to see a couple for individual sessions.
Get in touch if you have any more questions or would like to make an appointment. You can contact us yourself, or a GP, healthcare professional or other agency can refer you.