Due to Covid-19 (Coronavirus), we have suspended face to face counselling sessions and instead offer counselling online via telephone and video calls.
Counselling provides a time and space to talk about concerns you may be going through. This space will be confidential and non-judgmental. Your counsellor will work with you to understand your experiences, explore difficulties or challenges and help you discover possible options and ways forward.
Thank you, the counselling helped me so much. I feel I am back in the world and doing life once more and enjoying it!
What counselling can do for you?
Many people experience difficulties in their lives. These might include personal relationships, situations at work or problems at home. You may find it helpful to work with a Counsellor to find ways of understanding what you are experiencing. We offer psychological support for mild-moderate depression, mild anxiety, low self-esteem, mood changes, and loss.
You may be struggling with a specific problem, or you may not have any idea what the problem is, but just have a sense that you are not feeling right. Coming to counselling may help you to gain better awareness and understanding into your current thoughts and feelings.
If you have feeling suicidal or in crisis please seek help from your GP immediately or alternatively contact the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHT) service on 020 8702 3800. They are based at Ivy House, Chase Farm Hospital, 127 The Ridgeway, Enfield, EN2 8JL.
If you would like help with acute anxiety, please email [email protected] or call 020 8342 3012 instead.
In emergencies, please dial 999.