Our counsellors are all experienced, professionally trained and individual members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) or other professional bodies whose ethical frameworks they also follow. They are trained trained in the following modalities

What is counselling?

Counselling provides a confidential setting in which to explore personal concerns, difficulties or distress. People may bring to counselling a range of life issues such as anxiety or depression, health issues,stress, relationship problems, low self esteem, loss or bereavement. Confidentiality Your counsellor is here to listen to and support you in a way which is different from friends or family, and confidentiality will remain at all times, subject to exceptions required by law. Your counsellor will be able to provide more details if you have any questions regarding confidentiality. One-to-one counselling is usually offered in the form of regular weekly sessions with a trained counsellor. A safe place to look at new ways of coping with difficult experiences, distress or conflict. individuals a non-judgemental atmosphere in which people can talk about the difficulties that are impacting their daily life. We provide a chance for a person to be heard and understood, allowing them to express themselves in a safe environment. By so doing people are supported as they make choices and decisions through understanding themselves and different perspectives.

Workplace counselling

Can boost the mental health and emotional wellbeing of employees. Individuals and groups welcome. Employee assistance program (EAP) accepted. Support for employees working from home and coping with lockdown. Online therapy for staff. Confidential to Improve Staff Wellbeing. Confidential Service.

Student counselling

The pressures of studying and being in a new environment can impact on your wellbeing finances, studies, and that this can be overwhelming. This service is for students who have moved away from home and are dealing with issues such as depression, isolation, stress and cultural shock. We understand that being a student can be a very positive experience but it can also bring a variety of challenges.


Community groups for mental wellbeing Our Community groups provide a supportive environment where you cand build a network learn and share new skills. Our social activities create a sense of belonging and reduce isolation. Themes will promote the African and Caribbean culture. There may be waiting times but we will organise what is known as an intake Interview to assess your request for counselling. Due to lockdown restrictions we are offering sessions by either Zoom or Microsoft teams.

Perinatal counselling

“Evidence has shown that between 10 and 20% of women develop a mental illness either during pregnancy or within the first year after having a baby. Women who experience disadvantages such as social exclusion or poverty are at a higher risk of developing perinatal depression. The risk of depression is twice as high for teenage mothers. - BACP We recognise that women from ethnic minority groups are at greater risk of developing mental health problems. Poor perinatal mental health impacts on maternal morbidity and mortality and can have a devastating impact on child and family wellbeing. Our services are designed to meet the unique needs of men and women from diverse backgrounds. This service help parents cope with the emotional turmoil of having a baby with emphasis on families living away from their support network.

What is counselling?Couple counselling

A chance for married couples and those in intimate personal relationships to find a way through their issues with an objective third party. This service is also for culturally diverse family units pe to help you see clearly what is currently happening in your relationship, to be clear about what you would like to be different, and to enable you to bridge the gap.
It’s dynamically different to one-to-one counselling because there are three people in the room, but it shares the same values: confidentiality, a code of ethics, and a focus on you and your needs. What it’s not about is the opinions or preferred outcomes of the counsellor.

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