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Action for Family Carers
Action for Family Carers, formerly known as Maldon Carers Centre, was founded in 1989 and is a registered charity providing support and information to unpaid Carers. It is a network member of the Carers Trust, but maintains its own fully independent charitable status. The activities of the Centre are funded mainly by Essex County Council and the local NHS
Affordable Talk CIC
Affordable Talk Ltd was established in 2012, and in July 2020 we reformed as a Community Interest Company (not for profit). We are a community based counselling and wellbeing service, based in Cardiff Bay, and our goal is to make counselling, CBT and psychotherapy accessible to all. We recognise that attending counselling for the first time may be a difficult step because of possible feelings of stigma around mental health, being seen as weak or unable to cope, feeling that there is something wrong with you or just not knowing what to expect. At Affordable Talk we are here to dispel these concerns. We believe attending counselling is all about your well-being, self exploration and self development as well as learning new strategies and coping mechanisms to deal with difficult and complex events in your life. We offer online counselling with either our therapists in training, Newly Qualified therapists or Qualified therapists, and have rooms in Cardiff Bay and Swansea, and as such can provide a variety of fees ranging from £15 per session to £35 per session.
Amica Staff Counselling and Psychological Services Department, University Hospitals Leicester
Anxious Minds is a multi-award winning mental health charity, providing early intervention and long term support for people in emotional distress across the North East. We have Counselling Services for adults and children, Recovery Centres; Women only support services and support for Veteran Families.
Telephone: 0191 262 0305
BAC-IN is an award winning specialist drug and alcohol recovery support service for individuals, families and
young adults from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities. A community inspired service founded in
2003 by individuals in recovery.
Telephone: 0115 9934200
Ballynafeigh Community Development Association
Ballynafeigh Community Development Association (BCDA) is a mature community development organisation based in South Belfast. It was established in 1974, and in the 40 years since then the Association’s work has focused on our role as a multi-purpose organisation, operating a resource centre and acting as a catalyst for the creation and delivery of social actions to tackle disadvantage and address those issues which impact on development and quality of life matters for vulnerable individuals and groups.
BATIC Trust (Benfleet and Thundersley International School Cluster)
Beechwood Cancer Care Centre
Beechwood Cancer Care is a registered charity established in 1990, based in Stockport (Greater Manchester).
Our Team offer psychological support and emotional health and wellbeing services to those affected by cancer or other life-limiting illness such as, but not limited to, COPD, heart disease and neurological diseases like Motor Neurone Disease and Parkinson’s Disease.
We focus on helping people with their emotional wellbeing when facing the shock of diagnosis, effects of treatment and the impact from the loss of a loved one.
All our services are free at the point of need and tailored to suit the individual.
Bereavement Counselling Service
The Bereavement Counselling Service (BCS) is a charity which offers specialist bereavement counselling in response to complicated grief and traumatic loss. Our therapists have specialist knowledge, training and experience and work under regular professional supervision. The BCS is based in Plymouth (UK) and is partially funded by the Clinical Commissioning Group which covers Plymouth and some of Devon. With fund raising support it is possible for some clients to receive their counselling without charge.
Beyond is a youth mental health charity that exists to improve the mental health of young people in the UK
We raise money to help other organisations and schools that are underfunded or underutilised and are committed to giving out grants which will truly make a difference to the mental health of young people up and down the UK. We share knowledge and best practice.
We campaign to make a difference and bring about change before the point of crisis.
Beyond is powered by an impassioned youth board that is determined to instil new attitudes. They are the heart and soul of the charity – the idea-generators, campaign drivers and future changemakers
Bright World Guardianships
Established in 2000, Bright World is one of the UK's leading Guardianship Organisations and has placed thousands of students into UK boarding schools since its foundation. Bright World operates from its Head Office in Sussex UK and has over 30 Local Coordinators across the UK.
Bright World is fully accredited by AEGIS to Gold Standard. Also In 2021 and again in 2022 Bright World won the Guardianship Provider category at the StudyTravel Secondary Awards. Voted for by schools and educational agents, the awards celebrate outstanding services in the International education industry.
Bright World Guardianships' Mission is to keep our students safe while they are here and to improve the quality of our service and standards as we grow. We are committed to safeguarding student welfare and undertake rigorous checks on all who work with us and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We were the first guardianship company in the UK to have received assured partnership with TravelSafe, who were part of Child-Safe International; a registered charity whose mission is to safeguard children and young people away from home. At Bright World we have a clear Child Protection strategy and try to find ways to "do what others do but to do it better". We understand the importance of keeping children safe, happy and comfortable and we only choose host families we would send our own children to stay with
British Association for Psychanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision
BAPPS is an organisation for supervisors and those seeking psychodynamic or psychoanalytic supervision and aims to promote education, training, and the highest ethical standards of practice in supervising psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy. BAPPS also provides a forum for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervisors to meet in their diversity to reflect and contribute to Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision as a creative and integral resource for both their practice and the wider profession.
BAPPS invites membership applications from suitably qualified psychodynamic or psychoanalytic therapists, or analytical psychologists. Membership benefits include: conferences, workshops, resources bank, listing in the Register of Members, networking, subscription to the Psychodynamic Practice Journal and continuing professional development.
Bromley Counselling and Bereavement Service
Providers of individual counselling, couple counselling, group work, EAP and clinical supervision. Offering low-cost counselling to people in need.
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Care Choices Ltd
Care Management Matters (CMM) is a leading business management journal for owners, operators and chief executives of adult social care services. This encompasses care homes, homecare agencies and retirement communities as well as community-based services.
Our aim is to inform and support those leading in the adult care sector so that they can best support their employees and the people they care for, while following best practice in line with latest guidance.
CMM’s portfolio also includes CMM Insight events and a website with daily news, blogs, additional feature content and a directory of services. The website’s Wellbeing Area is dedicated to supporting registered managers of adult social care services with their mental health as we know that this particular role puts people under incredible stress and pressure.
The magazine and all of the resources on the CMM website are completely free for care providers.
CentrePeace is a drop-in community support centre that provides a range of services, a community cafe which offers affordable vegetarian food, lunches, teas and coffees and encourages peer support amongst those who visit regularly and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere, a charity shop and various workshops.
Also, a free, confidential, professional counselling service offering up to twelve sessions of face-to-face counselling at CentrePeace which is available to adults over 18 who meet the criteria following an assessment.
https://www.centrepeace.org.uk | firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Bereavement UK
Child Bereavement UK helps families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. We support children and young people (up to the age of 25) when someone important to them has died or is not expected to live, and parents and the wider family when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying.
We provide training to professionals in health and social care, education, and the voluntary and corporate sectors, equipping them to provide the best possible care to bereaved families.
The charity’s vision is for all families to have the support they need to rebuild their lives, when a child grieves or when a child dies.
Our mission is to tackle the inequalities that exist in the availability, accessibility and quality of bereavement support and training across the UK and to build capacity within communities to manage the impact of child bereavement.
0800 02 888 40
Circles South East
Circles South East has recruited and trained a cohort of counsellors who offer their services free of charge.
We take referrals for:
- Survivors of sexual abuse
- Perpetrators of sexual abuse whose unresolved trauma is linked to their offending behaviour
- Non-offending partners, family members, and those otherwise impacted by sexual harm
City and East London Bereavement Service (CELBS)
CELBS is a specialist bereavement counselling service for the residents of Tower Hamlets, the City and surrounding boroughs. CELBS has built up a tried and tested counselling and training infrastructure over nearly 40 years and is a specialist local provider of such support.
We are a small, self-funded charity that was founded in 1984 by Dr Colin Murray Parkes OBE, an internationally renowned expert in the field of bereavement and consultant psychiatrist at the Royal London Hospital.
We provide bereavement counselling for anyone aged 18 and over and offer specialist support for: couples who have lost a child; pre-bereavement counselling for those and their loved ones facing a terminal diagnosis; and early bereavement support for those in the very early stages of grief. Our counselling is delivered by a team of volunteer counsellors who are either qualified or in training and who have all been assessed to ensure they meet the high standards required to be a counsellor at CELBS. We also provide some additional sessions from paid counsellors to ensure CELBS is able to meet the needs of all clients referred.
We are committed to providing the highest standards of professional practice to our clients. Our fundraising model ensures that we are able to provide initial training for our volunteer counsellors (which complements their professional training and qualifications), CPD and clinical supervision. This means that we are confident of the quality of the service we provide. CELBS is a BACP accredited service (100262).
We are governed by a Board of four trustees.
CELBS receives no statutory funding, although many of our referrals come from the NHS and other statutory agencies. We rely solely on the grants, donations and funding generated from the counselling sessions. We offer a sliding scale of counselling fees ranging from £5 per session to £60 and where necessary, clients may access the service free of charge.
Telephone: 020 3022 5177
Contacts Counselling and Therapy Ltd
Contacts Counselling and Therapy was a service designed to offer placements to counsellors/therapists in training, working with children & young people in schools.
Qualified counsellors have also choosen to have a placement with us as a way of gaining experence with this client group.
Counselling and Therapy Scotland CIC
Counselling and Therapy Scotland CIC provide specialised trauma counselling, support and psychoeducation for children, adults and families across Scotland regardless of their socio-economic status. We want to raise trauma awareness and empower people in Scotland to be able to combat the destructive power of trauma in their lives and the erosive effect it has on our communities.
At present there is no service exactly like it in Glasgow, which works with everyone, regardless of their background or their referral needs with fully qualified, dedicated trauma expertise. There has never been a greater demand for quick, effective, expert counselling services as we are amid a mental health epidemic. With a lack of services and staff and mounting waiting lists, charities and NHS services are unable to provide mental health support for many children and adults.
The idea for the CATS service is simple but hugely effective. Creating specialised, professional trauma services for individual adults, couples, families and children all interlinked within one organisation. Trauma often occurs in isolation, requiring interpersonal relationships to be rebuilt. CATS is a flexible, resilient service, adaptable to society's needs (e.g., able to operate during the pandemic). Each client’s therapy is based on their individual requirements, and they have a voice in their treatment plan. We have a solid established methodology based on strong therapeutic trusted practices, values and social aims. We use the funds from fully paying counselling clients to fund sessions for adults and children who could not afford or be able to access them . All our profits are reinvested in the business to expand Fb and providing counselling services ,
My motivation is starting Counselling & Therapy Scotland CIC was born out of many things. Having had trauma as a child I can relate to how damaging trauma can be in someone's life. It's not just an individual experience, it has huge effect on the community with intergenerational trauma a huge problem in Glasgow. These are the real lives being damaged behind the figures published every year and I want to do something to change that. I feel we have the experience, training and drive to give people the access to treatments that can assist them for substance long term change .
Counselling Tutor leads the digital revolution in online training by providing on-demand learning and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) resources for counsellors and counselling students.
- Certificate in Online and Telephone Counselling
The Counselling Tutor online and telephone counselling course equips practitioners with the skills, knowledge and abilities to work online and to offer services as online and telephone counsellors.
- On-Demand Counsellor CPD Library
The Counsellor Online CPD Library offers hundreds of hours of on-demand certified CPD lectures, training and resources to support counsellors' CPD. Counselling Tutor supports qualified counsellors to develop and grow a thriving, up-to-date practice.
- Counselling Student Lectures and Resources
The Counselling Study Resource offers online assignment guidance and study support for students of counselling and psychotherapy. This accessible, online learning platform, which is available 24/7, has helped over 40,000 students meet their learning goals.
Crane Quality Counselling
Crane Quality Counselling is a relatively new charity set up to work with families across Shropshire mainly, however we also do some areas of our work in Cheshire.
Crane Quality Counselling opened its doors delivering much needed services. At the start of the Covid Pandemic we had 6 counsellors offering appointments, but the charity has grown considerably, and we now have a fully manned administrative department and pride ourselves on offering assessment appointments out to our clients within 7 days of their first telephone call. We now have 25 counsellors working mainly face to face, but we have maintained our telephone and online counselling services following the pandemic.
Cruse Bereavement Support
Cruse Bereavement Support exists to ensure that everyone grieving gets the support they need, when they need it.
We’ve been there for grieving people for more than 60 years, providing information, advice and support. We have a specially trained dedicated team of 4,000 volunteers
We offer support through our website, national helpline, live chat, group, zoom, telephone or one-to-one in person support. We want to make sure everyone grieving gets the help they need in a way that works for them.
Grieving people need a voice and that’s why we’re campaigning to make sure they’re heard. We’ll do whatever it takes to make changes, from campaigning for better business standards to improving bereavement laws – we’re determined to change how grieving people are treated.
We’re here to educate, equip and empower society to show grief the respect and kindness it deserves. We want to live in a world where grief is understood and supported. We equip, educate and empower society to make sure all bereaved people are treated with compassion and respect
Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland
Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland is a registered charity providing bereavement support to people of all ages including children and young people. The support offered, whether counselling, listening or helpline, is delivered by a professionally trained volunteer workforce.
Our support is available at any point, from the day of a death until many years afterwards, and offered regardless of how someone has died or the relationship to them.
We also provide quality training to a vast range of organisations including health and social care, emergency personnel, business and voluntary organisations.
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Dorothy House Hospice
Dorothy House Hospice provide compassionate care and support for people in our community with a life-limiting illness. Dorothy House focuses on quality of life, so patients can live well and die well. Dorothy House give care and support to patients and their families in Bath and north east Somerset and parts of Wiltshire and Somerset, whenever they need it; at home, in the hospice, or at one of our outreach centres. Dorothy House respect the uniqueness of each patient and their family, and empower them to choose the type of care they receive.
Emotional Wellbeing Group Ltd
EWG are a not for profit organisation working in Wigan town centre.
We offer free and low cost support to members of the community in Wigan and the surrounding area.
Our team provide several services including live chat, webcam, email and face to face counselling.
Our weekly live chat drop in service and our peer support group are completely free to use, our other services do have a minimum donation for sessions.
The Beryl Browne Foundation is a small registered charity, which runs a number of different projects in the field of social care, Our current project is Evolving Minds. We deliver an affordable counselling service to enable people access to therapy regardless of their financial situation.
Our intention is to make a provision as extensively as possible so as many as required can be supported.
https://emhub.org.uk/ | firstname.lastname@example.org
Familyworks is a counselling service operating in community, schools and health service settings across Northern Ireland. We offer counselling through a variety of modalities including person centred therapy, integrative counselling, CBT, play and art therapy. We currently employ over 100 counsellors who work in a variety of contracted and free counselling services for the Education Authority, for the Health Service and for local government. We have a team of very experienced clinical managers who manage the service and its projects and work to the Clinical Director and her Deputy. We employ a clinical auditor and have a talented operations department who look after clients, staff and organisational concerns. Familyworks is a trading entity of Northdown Enterprises Limited which is a limited company.
We believe that the aim of counselling is to centre round clients, to support them during personal challenges, to help them overcome personal difficulties through developing their own resources and to enable them to live their lives to their full potential. We work with children, adults and adolescents with a range of issues that include among other things, anxiety, low mood, issues of mental health and wellbeing, bereavement, abuse, adjustment reactions, trauma, diagnosed special needs and family change.
First Light South West Ltd
First Light is a charity supporting people in Cornwall, Devon and Wiltshire who have been affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence. In 2017 Twelves Company and Skoodyha merged to become First Light. We are independent of statutory agencies, including the Police, and every year we help thousands of adults and children in the South West to lead safer lives, free from violence and abuse.
Vision, Values and Mission
A place where we live in safety free from Sexual Violence and Domestic Abuse
Working together to build safer lives free from Sexual Violence and Domestic Abuse
- Educate and Prevent through early intervention, training and campaigning
- Protect and Support through the provision of services to help safeguard and reach out to those suffering Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence
- Cope and Recover by providing a full range of services to help people build resilience and move on to healthier happier lives
- Give a Voice to those who suffer in silence and influence others to bring about positive change
Get Fit 4 Mental Wellness
Offering a free counselling service to people within the community. Get Fit 4 Mental Wellness (GF4MW) is a mental wellness charity who are committed to changing the stigma around mental health. Working with mind, body and soul, incorporating physical, emotional and mental wellbeing helping people to improve their own mental wellness and that of others.
Guernsey Bereavement Service
The Guernsey Bereavement Service is a free, voluntary, confidential service available for everyone. Our volunteers are drawn from varied backgrounds. They undergo training to maintain the highest possible standards. All volunteers receive regular independent supervision and abide by the National Counselling Society's Code of Ethics.
http://www.guernseybereavement... | email@example.com
Have Your Tomorrows
HURT is an addiction charity based in the North West of Northern Ireland supporting individuals and family members impacted by addiction. The charity was established 20 years ago in 2001to address an unmet need in this area where loved ones and family members were unable to access information or support around substance misuse.
There are currently 15 staff providing a range of services such as Complementary Therapies, Listening Ear, and counselling. We are accredited by O.C.N. and T.Q.U.K. to offer approved programmes such as Substance Misuse, Mental Health in the Work place, Personal Development.
HURT have designed and are currently delivering some bespoke programmes for pre and post primary schools. We offer Train the Trainer to community and Youth Groups and are facilitating corporate training as part of our Social Enterprise expansion.
All of the counselling staff providing services for HURT are qualified and registered with their respective accreditation body.
Hawk and Heath
Hawk and Heath approach to Forest Bathing is driven by science. Forest Bathing has been shown through extensive scientific research, across the world, to benefit those that suffer from stress, anxiety, poor sleep patterns, diabetes, and high blood pressure. Overtime Forest Bathing will also boost resilience in a person’s immune system and works to prevent ill health as well as mitigate symptoms.
Health Assured Ltd
Health Assured is the UK and Ireland’s largest independent and award-winning employee assistance programme (EAP) provider. Every day, we offer specialist support to over 15 million lives.
Heart to Heart Bristol
We are a team of counsellors who are passionate about providing a low cost counselling service to individuals in the community.
We recognize that life is a journey that can sometimes be a struggle. Having the support to help you through is not always easy to find.
Here at Heart to Heart we strive to provide a counselling service that is quick and stress free to access.
We provide a safe confidential place for you to explore your issues and concerns. We aim to build a trusting relationship that will allow you to work with your counsellor and enable a therapeutic process to take place.
We also provide Telephone/Skype sessions with both our qualified and student counsellors.
www.HearttoHeartBristol.co.uk | HearttoHeartBristol@gmail.com
Hope Therapy and Counselling Services
Hope Therapy & Counselling Services are dedicated to changing lives for the better by offering high-quality adult mental health and wellbeing support.
Whether supporting clients individually, as couples or in groups, we aim to put the client at the heart of what we do by offering a safe, supportive and nurturing environment.
Our multi-disciplined team of counsellors and therapists work with all areas of mental health and wellbeing, ranging from anxiety, anger management, bereavement, depression, relationships and self-esteem, to name just a few.
Our team embraces all areas of diversity and invites you to get in touch.
I.M.P.A.C.T Northeast CIC
We provide free community counselling and training and we provide counselling services to schools and businesses.
0191 367 0105
Insight Life Coaching Services
isosconnect is a UK platform that simplifies the administration of private practice, specifically for
the solo therapist. We have built these services hands-on with practitioners and will continue this
way of working. We are a team of digital health and practicing health professionals, all here in UK
and our platform has been made to help every area of your business.
Discount available for NCS members
Mates in Mind
Mates in Mind is the UK construction industry’s recognised framework to raise awareness and address the stigma of poor mental health and improve positive mental well-being. It is led by and for the industry in partnership with the Health in Construction Leadership Group and British Safety Council. Mates in Mind helps to make sense of available options and support to employers and is a registered charity.
https://www.matesinmind.org/ | firstname.lastname@example.org
Men Walking and Talking
Men Walking and Talking currently run mental health walks with the aim of bringing men together in a safe space to end the stigma around mens mental health by supporting each other.
Initially started in 2021 by Dan Reid in Telford, and having only one attendee on the first walk, it has now grown to 15 walks in Birmingham, Cheshire, Herefordshire, Merthyr Tydfil, Shropshire, Somerset, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. In 2022, Men Walking and Talking became a Community Interest Corporation.
Mental Health Matters Wales
Talking Connections Counselling Service
Mental Health Matters Wales provides a counselling service for anyone with emotional of mental health issues looking for help and support.
www.mhmwales.org.uk | email@example.com
Mindworx Counselling Ltd
We offer affordable online counselling for clients of all ages, throughout the UK. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, low self-esteem or just want somebody to talk to – our dedicated counsellors are here to help. Counselling offers you the opportunity to talk to a trained professional about your concerns, worries, feelings and emotions in a safe environment free of criticism and the fear of being judged.
Our Counsellors/Psychotherapists are fully trained, qualified and registered members of either the BACP (British association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), the NCPS National Counselling & Psychotherapy Society) or the UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy). All of our Counsellors adhere to their membership code of ethics and guidelines for good practice and receive regular supervision.
Counselling is a confidential service. Information will not be passed to anyone without your consent.
We actively oppose discrimination against people because of their sex, race, nationality, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, age, religious beliefs, class, or status
Nexus Digital Technology
Nexus is a global digital behaviour modification platform that educates and empowers citizens to take control of their health and wellbeing. Nexus digitally connects users with health coaches, telehealth, brands, devices, and educative tools that provides them with clinical intelligence about their health and wellbeing to promote life-long behavioural change. Tracking the users progress in real time, the platform aggregates information via wearables in the form of actionable insights for the users benefit.
Nexus has almost 40 years’ experience offering a specialised professional counselling service to people impacted by sexual abuse and abusive relationships.
We also provide training and educational workshops across Northern Ireland as part of our Early Intervention and Prevention Services on topics such as consent, relationship and sexuality education, internet safety and child sexual exploitation.
Every year in Northern Ireland there are thousands of sexual abuse and abusive relationship offences reported to police, and thousands more go unreported. The supports and services that Nexus provide are primarily focused on enabling positive change for those impacted by sexual abuse and abusive relationships.
From April 2019, Nexus has managed the 24 Hour Domestic and Sexual Abuse Helpline, which is funded by the Department of Health, Department of Justice and the Department for Communities. The purpose of the Helpline is to offer support, advice and referral for any person impacted by domestic and sexual abuse in Northern Ireland. The Helpline also offers support and advice to those concerned about victims, those with concerns as to whether abuse is occurring, and to professionals who may work with people impacted.”
Phone: 028 9032 6803
No Duff UK CIC
At No Duff UK we believe that everyone should have access to therapy.
The people No Duff UK help, are those who as a result of service, whether it be Military, 999 Service, NHS, HMP Service and Animal Rescue Services, find themselves struggling with their mental health.
When the Black Dog is coming, together we will chase it away!
We Watch, We Listen, We Act!
North East Counselling Services
North East Counselling Services was formed in 2006 to provide support for people in Gateshead who are carers. We continue to provide counselling to carers to this day but our remit has expanded to deliver counselling to children and young people aged 4+. We also provide counselling to adults - both individuals and couples.
Counselling can now be provided by Zoom or telephone which means that we can expand our high quality counselling provision across the UK.
We have around 50 counsellors delivering counselling on our behalf. We bring in counsellors at trainee level and help them to develop their career as a counsellor within our organisation and beyond.
https://necounselling.org.uk | firstname.lastname@example.org
NW Counselling Hub CIC
NWCH was founded on 1st April 2017 by Alex Parkin and Naomi Watkins. As co-founders, we both felt that there were gaps in the local community within Lincolnshire for supporting people’s mental health and wellbeing. We decided to create the Counselling Hub with an aim to fill these gaps. Our vision is to provide a central hub to support children, families, young people and adults as well as couples within Lincolnshire.
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Olive Branch Counselling
Olive Branch Counselling Service is a voluntary agency that supports the people of Wiltshire, irrespective of their financial position, to access the mental health support they need.
One in Four
One in Four is a specialist charity with a dedicated team of experts and counsellors with many years of knowledge, experience and expertise in working with survivors of sexual abuse and violence, and particularly child sexual abuse.
We understand the trauma and long-term effects of sexual violence and child sexual abuse.
One in Four was established in 1999 and founded by a survivor of clergy abuse. Some of the professionals who work with us have experienced sexual abuse.
One in Four is active in supporting the post-traumatic recovery of survivors, supporting them through the criminal justice system and in improving the professional and public understanding of the impact of sexual abuse.
We believe in the importance of empowering survivors and we focus on the individual person, rather than seeing people defined by any form of label.
https://www.oneinfour.org.uk/ | firstname.lastname@example.org
Overgate Hospice offers a counselling service to patients, their relatives, friends and carers. It is a free and confidential service. "Our counsellors aim to provide support to those who are experiencing the emotions and difficulties associated with having a life-limiting illness, or caring for someone who has one, by providing a safe, quiet place to talk freely. Counselling can help to find ways of saying things that have been difficult to say to people who are close. It can help to make sense of feelings, and provide encouragement to untangle confusions and uncertainties. The service is entirely confidential and can help to maintain a sense of 'being in control'". You can contact their counselling coordinator via the email address below.
http://www.overgatehospice.org... | email@example.com
PAPYRUS is a leading youth suicide prevention charity in the UK, dedicated to the prevention of suicide and the promotion of positive mental health in young people. We are a national charity founded in 1997 by a group of bereaved parents, who had each lost children to suicide. As a UK-wide charity, Papyrus has offices in North West England, South West England, West Midlands, London, Northern Ireland, North Wales, South Wales, and Scotland. We run a national suicide prevention helpline, namely HOPELINEUK, which is staffed by trained suicide prevention advisers providing a free and confidential call, text, email and webchat service, which is available from 9am to midnight, every day of the year. Alongside this, Papyrus delivers suicide prevention, education and training packages to create suicide-safer communities. We also press for change to current legislation around suicide prevention on a regional and national level.
https://www.papyrus-uk.org/ / firstname.lastname@example.org
Paranimo is a mental health technology start up on a mission to:
- Reduce the complexity of finding the most relevant UK Therapist by the use of innovative matching technology.
- Increase the accessibility to, and facilitate the delivery of, private online talking therapy to people with existing and emerging Mental Health issues.
- Support the availability and employment of private Mental Health talking Therapists across the UK.
They believe getting the right mental health support doesn’t have to be complicated or dependent upon where you live.
To solve these challenges, Paranimo have created an “all in one” Mental Health platform designed to match people’s mental health circumstances to UK based private therapists’ areas of expertise using a unique matching system. They have built a secure and accessible therapy environment they call the “Virtual Therapy Room” delivered over video – meaning location is never a hindrance to accessing the Mental Health support people need.
https://www.paranimo.co.uk | email@example.com
PESI UK (previously known as Psychotherapy Excellence) is a not-for-profit organisation and is part of the PESI Inc. Group, the largest clinical content provider in the world.
We are the largest CPD portal in the UK and Europe. We offer 1000s of CPD products including live events, online courses, digital products, DVDS and books, a CPD and training listing, a live events listing, jobs board and blog.
PESI UK is used by many counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists and those involved in mental health. We are also used by universities, the NHS, many charities and regulatory bodies.
https://www.pesi.co.uk/ncs | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Phoenix Heroes COC
Phoenix Heroes was formed in 2018, we are a non-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) supporting our veterans and their families who may need additional help with employment, community engagement, mental health difficulties including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Phoenix Heroes has learned that providing support to ex-service personnel is a complex process that must address the individual’s personal, family, social, physical, and mental well-being. Getting a person back to good mental health is just a start point in the long recovery process.
Our services are being delivered on a Nationwide scale and we have many proven case studies that our service delivery approach is working extremely well. Our small team are all volunteers, and to date we have committed over 30,000 voluntary hours.
We work with many different organisations that provide a range of veteran support services. Our core strength is community building with the added value of underpinning our community needs with other life support services such as employment networking, mental health support and sporting activities. By uniting, we believe that we have an excellent platform to deliver and support life changing projects, Phoenix Heroes acts as that peer support platform to allow everyone involved to achieve this.
We have built veteran communities that span across the UK, we are active on events all year round and pride ourselves on being family focused. As a Disability Confident Employer, we embrace those that have sustained injuries and make our events inclusive for everyone.
Pink Therapy is the UK's largest independent therapy organisation working with gender, sexual and relationship diversity (GSRD) clients. They aim to promote high quality therapy via their Directory of Pink Therapists with therapists of all genders and sexualise across the UK and deliver training for therapists who wish to work more effectively with GSRD clients, including courses which have been awarded Advanced Specialist Status by the National Counselling Society
https://www.pinktherapy.com | email@example.com
Pro-Counselling provides counselling and broader mental health support to organisations from the private and public sector such as higher education institutions and the NHS. Pro-Counselling offers 24/7 access to telephone counselling as well as online counselling via appointments to staff and students. We also provide face-to-face counselling across the UK.
Pro-Counselling is part of Pros-Consulte Group, a mental health provider founded in 2011 that looks after the wellbeing of over 5 million employees and students in Europe, across 500 organisations.
Professional Help Limited provides white-label counselling services and specialises in delivering bereavement care services and supporting people through significant change and conflict (particularly during reorganisation and redundancy processes). We also offer Employee Support Programmes, training and consultancy to help reduce stress in the workplace, improve employee performance and build resilience in both individuals and teams. Professional Help launched GriefChat, the first live online chat bereavement counselling service in the world in 2017.
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Psychology Today is devoted exclusively to everybody's favorite subject: Ourselves. We began as Psychology Today Magazine in 1967, and today we’re the world's number 1 Psychology site and Counselling Directory. We help millions of people every month find the right Counsellor.
Recentre Limited helps people, organisations and communities to thrive after trauma. We do this by offering support groups and recovery programmes to facilitate healing and connection. We provide training and education about how organisations can be more inclusive, and release the full potential of, people impacted by trauma.
This work is strengthened by our offering of Trauma Recovery and Executive Coaching services in one-to-one and group settings.
Red Card Gambling Support Project CIC
Red Card are a gambling commission approved delivery partner and CPD accredited. We deliver educational gambling awareness workshops to a variety of organisations, both regional and national. We also offer, support, signposting and referrals
Resolven Building Blocks
We are a small local charity established in 2002 by four young mothers who understood the challenges families faced in modern day life. We deliver a service for children with disabilities, children and families who live in poverty or are at a disadvantage and we offer an holistic approach to helping families meet the challenges that they are up against today in society such as poverty, financial difficulties, mental wellbeing challenges and parenting skills 30% of our children live in poverty in Neath Port Talbot. This needs to change! We want to be part of this change and make sure that children don’t live in poverty.
Working across the county of Neath Port Talbot the Charity has ensured that all families facing disadvantage have the opportunity to access grass root local services. Governed by 6 trustees and employing 32 local people the charity has grown incredibly in the last 17 years.
Ripples Wellbeing Ltd
We cover all aspects of Mental Health and Wellbeing
- from personal counselling, to corporate events.
At Ripples Wellbeing, we believe that self-care embodies the whole of oneself: physical, spiritual, emotional, and intellectual.
This is achieved through reflection on where we have come from, what drives us and what impact we want to leave on the world and those around us.
We empower individuals, groups, companies, and businesses to make a positive difference to themselves and those around them.
We provide the environment and support systems to enable growth and discovery; unlocking potential and the investment this brings.
We believe in making a positive difference, however small, as our impact continues to ripple onward and outward, uniting Ripples Wellbeing with everyone we work with.
reflect. empower. grow.
Services we offer are:
- One to one counselling
- Workplace Counselling
- Mental Health First Aid MHFA in the workplace Training
- Understanding Mental Health First Aid MHFA in the workplace Training
- Introduction to Mental Health First Aid MHFA in the workplace Training
- Live & Learn (event speaking)
- Residential retreat facilitator
- Laughter Yoga
- EFT Therapy
- How to manage Mental Health in the workplace
- Affordable Counselling (3rd year Diploma placement students)
Rochdale Women’s Welfare Association
Every person has the right to be safe, empowered, and free from violence and the fear of violence.
Our mission is to challenge and assist women and their children who experience or are at risk of domestic violence.
Promotion of diversity and equality by empowering women, young people and children to reach their full potential.
Rochdale Women’s Welfare (RWWA) is run by Women for Women. RWWA is a dedicated woman-led organisation striving to empower Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) women to reach their full potential, tackling inequalities. eliminating Violence Against Women & Girls (VAWG) providing holistic support in a safe, culturally appropriate environment.
Room 2 Talk Ltd
Room 2 Talk Ltd is non-profit organisation which provides low-cost counselling to adults who work for, volunteer for, or are members of Jersey charities or other non-profit organisations. We also provide placements for Jersey trainee counsellors and qualified counsellors furthering their education.
Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution
The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution – RABI – is an award-winning national charity providing local support to the farming community across England and Wales. Established in 1860, we have been offering guidance, financial support and practical care to farming people of all ages for generations.
Confidential support is available to those who currently work within agriculture and also to those who are no longer able to work in the sector due to ill-health, accident or age. Support is tailored to each applicant and initial advice given.
RABI understand the pressures and challenges facing farming people. Whether the need for support is financial, emotional or practical, we are here to help find ways to alleviate some of the pressures and overcome some of the challenges faced.
We can consider the majority of requests for assistance and will work to provide a tailor-made approach to each individual situation.
Preventative and reactive assistance is available that meet at least one of the following four broad support objectives:
- Help at a critical moment
- Supporting living independently
- Training and up-skilling
- Mental wellbeing
Providing immediate assistance to help individuals rebuild their lives following a crisis, critical moment or trauma
Supporting individuals to remain engaged and living in their local communities
Enhancing an individual’s skills to generate added value and income
Empowering individuals to improve their mental health
Here is a link to our website page showing examples of real life stories our Regional Support Manager’s deal with on a daily basis:
RTN Mental Health Solutions
RTN Mental Health Solutions is committed to supporting organisations to respond to their employees' mental health needs by offering a timely and compassionate service informed by an approachable and clinically experienced team of professionals.
Our overall aim is to help employers to foster a positive and healthy work environment and work with them to hopefully achieve heightened employee productivity and help reduce costs associated with mental health absenteeism.
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SERICC Rape and Sexual Abuse Specialist Service
SERICC Specialist Rape and Sexual Abuse Service provides specialist advocacy and counselling to anyone in South and West Essex who is experiencing, or who has experienced, any form of sexual violence and abuse at any time in their life. Starting as a grassroots voluntary organisation in the 1980s, SERICC is now a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (Registered Charity Number 1186836) and is a partner in Synergy Essex, the Essex Rape Crisis Partnership.
Space to Talk Training CIC
Space to Talk is a not-for-profit community-centred organisation that aims to provide support to members of the community who are struggling with their mental health, isolation and other worries that may be preventing them from engaging in physical or psychological self-care.
Space to Talk provides a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for people to engage with others, try out new activities and learn strategies to assist them with self-care and well-being. Ultimately, we aim to enable people to build confidence, gain empowerment and restore independence.
Spokz People CIC
We are a non-profit social enterprise supporting adult disabled people and their families as well as professionals who work with disabled people and families.
We have lived experience of disability either as a disabled person or a family member thereof.
We have an online Wellbeing Community & Programme for disabled people and their families and will shortly be launching a support platform for therapists to learn more about working affirmatively with disabled clients.
The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR)
The Association of Jewish Refugees provides social and welfare services to Holocaust refugees and survivors nationwide. About 70,000 refugees, including approximately 10,000 children on the Kindertransport, arrived in Great Britain from Nazi-occupied Europe in the 1930s. Founded in 1941 by Jewish refugees from Central Europe, the AJR today extends membership to anyone who fled a Nazi-occupied country as a Jewish refugee or who arrived in Great Britain as a Holocaust survivor. Relatives are also welcome as members including spouses, children (second-generation), grandchildren (third generation) and so on.
Our mission is to represent and care for Britain’s Jewish refugees and survivors of Nazi oppression and commemorate their experiences and contributions to society. To combat antisemitism by supporting teaching and learning about the Holocaust.
Our vision is a society free of antisemitism that remembers the Holocaust and those who were murdered, and that honours the Jewish refugees and survivors of Nazi oppression.
Our team of experienced social and care workers are dedicated to the daily needs of our members. As part of their nationwide programme of home visits, social care workers assess members’ needs and, where appropriate, eligibility for a number of financial support schemes, designed to enable members to continue to live with dignity, comfort and security in their own homes for as long as possible.
Volunteers are a vital resource to the AJR and help run a number of projects that greatly enhance the lives of our members while also gaining themselves from the many benefits that comes from volunteering. Individual befriending, supporting those with memory loss and teaching basic computer skills are just some of the ways that our volunteers work with us.
The AJR also operates a nationwide network of Regional Groups that offer our members a unique opportunity to socialise with friends of similar backgrounds. In addition to organising local meetings and outings, our outreach coordinators also arrange short holidays within the UK.
Alongside this holistic support, the AJR is also a leading benefactor of Holocaust education and remembrance projects and programmes working in partnership with the leading Holocaust educational organisations.
We also support Holocaust education and remembrance through our own resources such as our Refugee Voices and My Story archives and our interactive UK Holocaust Map.
0208 385 3070
The Ben Raemers Foundation
The Ben Raemers Foundation aims to relieve the needs of people with mental health issues or those at risk of mental health issues, in particular but not exclusively those within the skateboarding community in the UK by:
(i) Providing educational resources to inform people about mental health issues (ii) Providing training schemes for volunteers and the general public and service-providing organisations to raise awareness and increase the ability to assist those in need.
(iii) Raising public awareness of mental health issues.
The Butterfly Hospice Ltd
Our aim is to serve the people of South and East Lincolnshire, offering palliative and holistic support to those affected by life-limiting illness. We work in partnership with Lincolnshire Community Health Services aiming to enrich people’s quality of life by relieving symptoms, as well as providing respite, and end of life care.
We are also committed to providing compassionate and personal therapy. Our support is for everyone who is affected by the challenge of a life-limiting illness. We recognise that it can be difficult to share emotions, thoughts and feelings with those closest to us. The Butterfly Hospice Trust offers personalised therapy from professionals who can help clients dealing with a life-limiting condition or bereavement.
The Counselling and Therapy Hub CIC
The Counselling and Therapy Hub (The CATH) are a not-for-profit community interest company based in Sheffield.
The CATH is made up if 4 counsellors, who are also the 4 directors. The idea to form the hub started in 2018 as wanted to create a service which is inclusive and accessible by providing counselling in person, over the phone or online counselling. We even do email therapy and walk and talk.
We offer a paid for service and all our paying clients contribute towards other areas of our service by #payitforward (sharing good deeds with others) This enables members of our community to access our service at a lower cost, so we are changing lives and supporting minds, together.
We also receive limited funding which enables some people to access our services for free via one of our networked organisations, which helps us to know we are reaching the most vulnerable.
Please visit www.thecath.org.uk for further information.
The Crysalys Foundation
Our main objects are to relieve disadvantage and promote the efficiency and effectiveness of charities. In practice, this means we have a standard charity identity where we can innovate, co-create, develop and deliver projects and services directly to beneficiaries, alongside, a wholesale identity acting as an infrastructure platform as a catalyst, social researcher and collaborator.
The Crysalys Foundation’s vision is that every child deserves a happy youth and we’re working with a range of partners towards a new approach to transforming disadvantaged children’s experiences today for all our tomorrows. We’re currently focused on preventing, reducing, mitigating and treating childhood trauma and its devastating impacts.
The Employee Resilience Company
TERC have been operating as a provider of psychological services, training and consultancy since 2018. Taking best practice from over 45 years director experience as senior clinicians and managers within the NHS, across acute, community and specialist mental health NHS trusts.
Supporting around two million employees across many industry sectors including NHS, blue light, public and private sector organisations. We provide psychological services within a stepped care model, from 24/7 advice, information and support, short term counselling, CCBT and specialist secondary tier mental health treatment pathways including CBT and EMDR. We additionally partner with a range of other support organisations to provide clients with access to other services including but not limited to, GP services, legal and financial support, psychiatry etc. We have an internal data protection officer (DPO) and use leading edge clinical management systems, ensuring data compliance, clinical audit, and measurable clinical outcomes.
The Good Grief Project
THE GOOD GRIEF PROJECT is the brainchild of bereaved parents Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds whose son Josh died in a road accident in Vietnam in 2011. Jane is a psychotherapist and Jimmy is a filmmaker.
Our mission is to support families grieving after the untimely death of a loved one, particularly the death of a child. And to promote an understanding of what it means to grieve in a society that often has difficulty talking openly about death, dying and bereavement. Our own response to Josh’s death has been to use both the still and the moving image to articulate our grief. Apart from producing a number of films and books, a key element of our work is the Active Grief Programme, a series of weekend retreats designed to help bereaved parents and siblings find new and creative ways of expressing their grief.
The Maypole Project
The Maypole Project:
Was founded by Sally Flatteau Taylor in 2003 from her learning through from 10 years experience of working in a developmental organisation focussed on loss and bereavement that there was a gap in support such as is described below.
The aim of The Maypole Project is to alleviate the intense emotional stresses and trauma for families from the diagnosis of a child (pre birth to 18) with a condition which may threaten or shorten life, may be acquired complexity or fragility through another incident/illness/accident or medical negligence. May be both rare and/or genetic as well as progressive. We support families where a child has died from such a diagnosis.
We support the whole family, and promise to be alongside them for their lifetimes in order that they can access our support as and when THEY need us.
Our support is one to one counselling, therapy, couples counselling, therapeutic family sessions, child counselling incorporating play, music, art, drama alongside counselling skills. Our working philosophy is to provide a service which is: inclusive, accessible, confidential, professional, flexible to individual needs, and available for the long term. We also train our staff to have an understanding of the issues their clients may well be facing; and to address these alongside listening and responding to the issues they are facing both in the present, from the past, and into the future.
Our ongoing service provision reflects the ongoing needs of the families we support; allowing them to return to the service as things get tough for them and this includes sadly through the death of a child and supporting them in that different bereavement beyond.
We have a small team of counsellors who are staff, and others who are “associates” to the project and either volunteer their time or are sessionally paid; all team members enter our training programme, and through this and working with clients, gain invaluable experience of loss, family dynamics, impact of illness on individuals and systems.
Our working area has historically been South East London; however we now reach out to areas across the UK through links with other charities and due to our reputation spreading further afield.
Alongside the therapies team we have an inclusive activities team; giving children time to be children, have fun, also express feelings, meet others/reduce their feelings of being alone and gaining peer support. These activities also give parents and carers a respite from their caring role.
The Wellbeing Therapy Hut
Offering online sessions, as well as face-to-face, The Wellbeing Therapy Hut is all about making therapy affordable and accessible for all. We see everyone from children over 5 to adults, and offer affordable rates, from as little as £18 per session.
Therapy Partners, Rewrite Your Story
Rewrite Your Story is a charity established to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. Our Specialist team is a collective of specialists across the therapy spectrum working with other partner organisations. We have pioneered a whole system approach to support, working alongside Schools and Colleges offering counselling and psychoeducational support on a one to one or group basis for children and young people, their families and professionals. We are experts in developing bespoke training packages for professionals supporting young people with disordered eating, our work has a special focus on early intervention based on the modus operandi developed working alongside our NHS colleagues with recovery rates well above the NHS baseline. View the outcomes to our eating disorders pilot study here https://www.rewriteyourstory.o... Visit our website and watch our short video here http://www.rewriteyourstory.or... [link opens in a new window]
Trauma Recovery CIC
Trauma Recovery CIC is a not for profit making service which combines the skills and experience of three experts within the community of dealing with sexual, domestic and relational trauma and the long term effects that those experiences bring. It is a multidisciplinary trauma service providing a safe and confidential space where people in the community can go and get the help that they need.
If, in the case that the Trauma Recovery CIC team do not have the appropriate skills or expertise to deal with a certain issue or situation; we have links and connections with many other services and will act as an advocate throughout the process to get the right help to the person in need.
We work with anyone who has directly or indirectly experienced sexual, domestic or relational trauma including their support networks (vicarious trauma); providing counselling and peer support therapy. We work collaboratively with and take referrals from SARC, Beacon, Emerald Centre, OPCC, NHS England, Recover and we can also refer our clients to these if appropriate to do so.
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Unmasked Mental Health
Unmasked has been set up by three friends from Halifax, who have battled and overcome mental ill health first hand. Now, we want to give something back! Our goal is simple- to remove the stigma surrounding mental ill health, nationwide, and get people talking. Our services are accessible to everyone, whether you’re an individual having a rough time, or if you’re an employer looking to give something back and look after your employee’s mental health and well-being. Please like, share and follow our pages on social media. The more people we can reach, the more conversations we can start and the more lives we can save.
We at Unmasked have all learnt to adjust and live with various mental health issues. Unmasked Mental Health was created with a desire to help others living with mental health issues, those who may be experiencing the same issues and coping with them alone. Our goal is simple, to provide a safe, stable regulated platform, for users to communicate with each other, create bonds and friendships, that they may have potentially missed out on.
With an estimated 1 in 4 people experiencing some form of mental illness, it's probable that you, or one of your loved ones, could be living with a mental health issue in silence. The chance to talk to a someone like-minded, who maybe experiencing the same issues as you are, can be a real boost to one's confidence and self-esteem.
A free peer to peer support app
Free peer support hubs – run by trained volunteers
A low-cost counselling service
Mental Health first aid courses and qualifications
Vita Health Group
Vita Health Group comprises of the recently merged RehabWorks, Workplace Wellness and Crystal Palace Physio Group who are all leaders in their respective markets.
Vita Health Group is a UK market leader in workplace Musculoskeletal and Mental Health solutions. We focus on the two most common health challenges, proactively supporting our clients and their employees, helping to maintain a healthy productive workforce.
Our biopsychosocial approach provides integrated end to end solutions, covering both preventative and treatment services, to assist both employers and employees in addressing overall health and wellbeing positively impacting absenteeism and presenteeism.
Vita Health Group is an award-winning specialist for both Musculoskeletal and Mental Health services – fully accredited and delivering robust clinical governance. Our multichannel approach allows flexible, cost effective services to all, via national networks, telephonic support and digital services
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Wearside Women in Need (WWIN)
WWiN provides community based services to women and children at risk or suffering abuse.
We are a full member of the Women’s Aid Federation and are part of a national network of
providers working together to ensure safe spaces for families at the point of need.
We accept referrals from across Wearside in addition, we support women and children who need to
escape to a place of safety away from their local area.
We received 2,769 referrals and responded to a total of 1,330 enquiries in 2020/2021.
Refuge accommodated 72 women and 62 children during the same period. The women and
children have access to direct support work and therapeutic services throughout their stay in refuge.
Our highly trained IDVAS offer an outreach service within the community which encompasses brief
intervention work through to long term support with women who are involved in sometimes lengthy
and emotionally charged experiences, dealing with external statutory agencies and professionals.
The support that WWiN provides to our service users are crucial to the psychological and physical
well-being and survival of the women and children who have been impacted because of domestic
We aim to deliver accessible, effective specialist services that are informed by our service user’s
experiences. We challenge inequality in access to safety, justice, health, and wellbeing.
We campaign for social change, including shaping future policy and practice.
To work with communities through education and engagement to create a cultural shift in attitudes
to domestic abuse, and better equip families to protect themselves.
WebHealer is a service provider of websites for counsellors and psychotherapists in the UK. Working with British therapists for the last 20 years and 10,000 websites later, we are constantly innovating to bring you the best tools an advice at an affordable and sustainable price.
WellBe Linked CIC
WellBe, a unique counselling service that focuses on understanding what's happened to you rather than what's wrong with you. Our collaborative approach embraces your life experiences as normal human responses to adversity. With a team of diverse expertise, we engage in a strategic process to get to the heart of your issues, aiming to remove barriers to your full potential.
By leveraging cutting-edge, evidence-based methods, we aim to enhance every aspect of your wellbeing, integrating biological, social, and psychological perspectives for a holistic transformation. In practical terms, this means we examine how your physical state, your relationships, and your mental wellbeing intertwine, creating tailored strategies to elevate your overall health and happiness.
Our team is understanding, welcoming, and dedicated to excellence. At WellBe, we’re not just offering talking therapy; we're providing a transformative journey tailored to you. Join us, and discover a path to sustainable wellbeing.
Welldoing.org is the UK's leading therapist-matching service. We have been successfully matching people with verified therapists and counsellors since 2014. We have 1150+ therapist members and a huge library of articles and resources on mental health, self-development and wellbeing. We have recently added coaches to our platform. Our mission is to improve mental wellbeing support for all, through better access, understanding and efficiency.
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West Mercia Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre
West Mercia Rape and Sexual Abuse (WMRSASC) is a specialist sexual violence support service working with survivors of all forms of rape, sexual violence and abuse, exploitation and/or harassment across Herefordshire and Worcestershire and Shropshire in our city centre offices and in outreach premises.
Services include helpline, group work, advocacy and counselling services for women, men, and children from age 5 + along with their non-abusing family members.
Our preventative, trading, and training arm – Purple Leaf, provides both education within schools, colleges and community groups (aimed at 11–25-year-olds) and accredited training for professionals.
Our preventative work addresses problematic and harmful sexualised behaviours in children and young people. For those who have been both sexually harmed themselves and have harmed other children and young people, we have designed a range of individual interventions that challenge these harmful sexual behaviours. We also have a dedicated team to complete AIM 3 assessments (Assessment, Intervention and Moving on) for under and over 12s.
Purple Leaf also hosts a Clinical and/or Consultative Supervision service to provide support to individual professionals or organisations that are working with clients and/or staff who have experienced sexual violence or harassment. These sessions can be delivered individually or in a peer group setting.
Wrexham Glyndŵr University
Wrexham Glyndŵr University, based in North Wales, is committed to ensuring that everyone who has the potential to achieve in higher education is given the chance to do so. Our Mission is to work in partnership to inspire and educate our students and enable social and economic success. The teaching team offers an opportunity to develop professionally and personally through academic and experiential programmes.
The subject area was rated first in the UK for overall satisfaction in the National Survey of Students 2019. Our programmes range from introduction to degree level courses and further specialist courses that focus on more specific areas of counselling work.
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It’s an easy to use, affordable practice management system made for clinics and healthcare professionals. Featuring a whole host of tools to help you “go digital”, including: video consultation, 24/7 online bookings, SMS & email reminders & much more.
Y Cwmni Siarad (YCS) Counselling Wales
At YCS, we believe counselling should be available for all and we work hard to actually offer what we believe in improve access by offering a low-cost counselling service.
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Yellow Scarf Support CIC
Our organisation is a place of psychological help for people looking for an English and Polish speaking specialist. We help people with substance use disorder and various mental health difficulties. In our Centre, we treat in both Polish and English language.
ZunTold is a publishing and therapy service, based in Manchester, led by a management team of counsellors and therapy managers with over 25 years’ experience of delivering digital and in-person, trauma- informed therapeutic services to children, young people and adults.