I feel like I have made a lot of progress. I think I can have the courage to prioritise my feelings over the expectations of others, and respect and look after myself. I feel so much better about everything.”
— Former counselling client

If you would like counselling

If you would like to receive counselling from us, you can either complete and submit the form below, or contact the helpline (0808 802 0013) to arrange this.   After submitting the form, or calling our Helpline we will post out a registration form for you to complete.  We will send you a stamped addressed envelope for you to return the form to us.  As soon as we receive the form we will start arranging your counselling.  You will be asked to attend a face to face Mutual Assessment Meeting with one of our Counsellors. This meeting usually lasts for about an hour.



We offer all survivors up to 20 free face to face counselling sessions.  Counselling is a safe space in which to explore your experiences and feelings, in your own time and way.

I was listened to, taken seriously, allowed to see that what happened was not my fault, and I had nothing to be ashamed about.
— Former counselling client

How counselling works

Counselling is a chance to be heard, and to talk about what has happened to you. Your counsellor will listen to you. You will be supported if you would like to make changes in your life. You will not be told what to do; your counsellor will help you to decide for yourself.

All our counsellors are professionally trained and members of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP). You will see the same counsellor each week at an agreed time.

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