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Daily life can be full of challenges. Whatever your worries, having someone to talk to and share your concerns with can really help.  Discover how we may be able to support you.


Shelley Limbrick

Judith Howell

Deciding that you're ready to see a Counsellor is a big step - we're here to walk alongside you.

Would you like to get started?
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Coronavirus and beyond
If you're finding things hard emotionally right now, you're not alone.


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Would you like to get started?

How we'll continue to deliver services 

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As we move further away from Covid-related lockdowns and restrictions towards a ‘new normal’, we're gradually resuming face to face sessions.


You’ll have the opportunity to meet in person, make use of on-line and/or telephone counselling sessions or a blend of both, subject to availability. 

Whatever suits your circumstances, we're still here for you, so please contact us if you're in need of some support.

Individual Counselling

Counselling can help you to understand how any current difficulties you're having, such as depression and anxiety, may be rooted in past experiences.  Talking about and understanding this can help you to move forward with your life.

Mental Health & Wellbeing

Many people struggle to maintain their mental health and wellbeing at some point - it's common to avoid asking for help and to try to cope alone.  Seeking support can often be an important milestone towards getting well.

You don't have to struggle, help is available.
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There are many reasons why you may wish to speak with a professional Counsellor.   Please click the button below to visit our 'Seeking Support?' page to find out more about how we may be able to assist you.  

Seeking support?  
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