Our services are free for members of the community to access. These free services are time-limited, short intervention services and must come to an end in line with our funding requirements. As a free service, we experience a high demand for our counselling sessions; therefore, there may be a waiting period before we are able to offer you an appointment. To find out more about our current waiting times, please contact us. Individuals are currently able to self-refer to us if they feel that they would benefit from counselling and meet our access criteria . We are also able to take referrals from a wide range of professionals including, but not limited to, GPs and other healthcare professionals, mental health support teams, education professionals and community or social care professionals. If you have been referred by a professional for our services, they may feel that you would benefit from counselling support from us.
To self-refer yourself to us, or to make an enquiry regarding counselling, contact us to speak to a member of our friendly team. If you are a professional wishing to make a referral, please visit our Making a Referral page.