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What we cover

1 in 4 people will be affected by their Mental & Emotional well being at any time in their life.

These can be one off events or a multitude of events that contribute to our poor mental health.

Below are a list of areas we cover, if you can not see what you are seeking, please contact us and we can discuss this further or point you in the right direction.

Areas of counselling we cover

BACP Members (British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy)

All our counsellors are BACP Members and adhere to their ethical guidelines and framework.

Areas of counselling we deal with

Abortion         Abuse          ADHD

Anger management   Anxiety       Asperger's syndrome

Autism        Behaviour problems        Bereavement

Bullying     Career           Carer support

Child related issues      Childhood bereavement              Childhood bullying          Children’s learning difficulties

Depression             Depression and anxiety in children

Disabilities      Discrimination        Domestic violence

Emotional abuse       Family issues         Feeling sad

Generalised anxiety disorder      Hearing voices    Infertility

Learning difficulties     Loneliness     Low self-confidence

Low self-esteem    Miscarriage       Panic disorder

Passive aggressive behaviour

Plus many more

Specialised Counselling

We also have a counsellor who has a specialised field of Infant Loss Counselling.

The type of bereavement goes against everything we feel is the order of nature. The effects are huge for those who have gone through losing a child.

Our counsellor can offer counselling to help with:

Abortion     miscarriage       

Stillbirth    &    SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)

Specialised Counselling

We also have a counsellor who has a specialised field of Male Abuse.

Men can also suffer abuse

MenCASA is a project aimed at signposting to gender-inclusive counselling for primarily male victims of domestic abuse, domestic violence or false accusation.

Domestic abuse and violence is often seen in the UK with a strong gender bias toward men being abusers and women being victims. You may have experienced this when trying to access support or when you’ve been looking on the Internet for help and information. You may feel anxious to talk about what has been happening for fear of being accused yourself, thought of as the abuser, or just not believed. Mencasa associate counsellors have made a commitment to treating every client as an individual and to work without gender-bias.

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