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Are you struggling?

Do you feel anxious, depressed, angry, sad, hurt, or any of the many difficult emotions that are part of the human experience? Emotions are not good or bad, but they are trying to tell us something. Do you have difficult thoughts whirling around in your head? Is life a struggle? Do you want an opportunity to explore your thoughts and feelings in confidence? We are here if you want to talk through your situation.

We understand everyone is unique, and we all experience life differently. Your counsellor will listen, without judgement, support you to make sense of any difficulties you may be experiencing, and help you find a way forward.
We will not provide you with quick and easy answers but will help you find your own. Our trained volunteers will guide you professionally to deal with personal, social and psychological problems.

If you want more information or want to use the service, please contact us.

Can Help With

  • Abuse - emotional, physical and sexual
  • Anxiety, panic attacks and stress
  • Depression and suicidal thoughts
  • Difficulties in intimate and family relationships
  • Feelings of hurt and rejection
  • Loss and bereavement
  • Poor self-image and anger
  • Spiritual issues

Counselling: FAQs

Is Counselling Free?
Yes, there is no charge for our services, but we welcome donations from clients and other supporters, as it costs us approximately £32 per session.
What age do I have to be for Counselling?

We provide services for adults from the age of 18 years.

Do I need to be a Christian to have Counselling?
No, we welcome people from all faiths and none. The service is based on our Christian commitment, insight and values. This means that we treat all who use the service with empathy and respect, acknowledging their uniqueness and value, and right to make their own life-choices. It also means that we seek to meet each at their point of need and journey with them as their need requires, unconditionally and without discrimination or partiality of any kind.
Where do I go to Counselling Sessions?

Most counselling sessions take place at our base in Camelon though some take place on other sites.


What can I expect when I arrive?

You can expect a warm welcome, the offer of a cup of tea or coffee, and to be put at ease by your counsellor in warm and comfortable surroundings.

What if I don't know what to say?

Your counsellor is trained to help you tell your story and will go at your pace.

How often do I have to come?

We ask clients to commit to attending once a week, on the same day of the week at the same time. We understand that sometimes emergencies happen, you might be ill or have a holiday planned. All we ask is that you give the counsellor as much notice as possible, as it may save them an unnecessary journey.

Is there a limit to the number of sessions I can have?

We do not limit in advance the number of sessions we offer; we want you to receive the number of sessions you need to deal with the issues that bring you to counselling.

During the first session, your counsellor will agree on an initial number of sessions with you. After which you will both review how counselling is progressing and agree on how many more sessions you need before ending or having the next review, whichever is sooner.

Sometimes new issues are identified during counselling. If this happens, we may ask you to go back onto the waiting list to allow others to access counselling. You can ask for the same counsellor, but you may have to wait longer as a result.

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