What is counselling?
Counselling often has different meanings for different people. The NHS website defines counselling as:
“A talking therapy that involves a trained therapist listening to you and helping you find ways to deal with emotional issues.”
What we offer
One-to-one counselling sessions to LGBT+ people and for those who may be questioning and experiencing issues relating to their sexuality or gender identity.
12 weeks of counselling with a fully qualified counsellor. All our counsellors work within the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) code of ethics, or an equivalent professional body.
Financial contribution: All clients are asked to contribute £5 to each session, this must be paid before each session and discussed with their allocated counsellor.
Parental consent – If you are under 18yrs old, we will require parental consent before you start your sessions with your counsellor.
Our counselling services is currently funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and at present we only have funds for 40 individuals over the next year.
Please note – Due to COVID19, some of our counsellors have adapted how they work and now offering less face to face work and more online sessions. This is something out of our control.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org