Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy Service

Following the latest government advice around the Cononavirus, we have had to make some temporary changes to how we operate. Please see our Cononavirus response page for full details. 

We are here to support you through a range of difficulties that come up in life and offer weekly long-term, low cost counselling/psychotherapy for up to 60 sessions.

Please note: we no longer have any assessments for Individual Therapy available in March. We will be releasing assessment appointments for Individual Therapy for April on Tuesday 24th March 2020. 

We continue to have spaces for referrals and assessments to all other Talking Therapies as usual (Group Psychotherapy, Family Therapy and Peer Support Groups/workshops).  

Our approach is to work psychodynamically, which means that we’re interested in helping you think about the difficulties you’re facing now, as well as thinking together about your past experiences.  Whilst we offer relatively long term counselling/psychotherapy we also see clients at times for shorter periods of time too, you do not have to commit to long-term counselling/psychotherapy.

Following an initial consultation with a counsellor/psychotherapist, if we feel that individual counselling is a suitable service for you, we will arrange for you to see a counsellor/psychotherapist on a weekly basis.  Each meeting will last 50 minutes and will be at the same time and day of the week. We do not offer less frequent counselling/psychotherapy. We do offer other options and therapies which can include short-term and less frequent sessions, such as Family Therapy and Groups

 

Get in touch for details on how to refer. 

"Therapy helped me to identify the difficulties and the emotional support to cope with my sadness. Having a therapist who I was able to build a rapport with, a non-judgemental safe space was created thus allowing me to fully engage."

We need your help...

Following government advice, we have had to make some temporary changes to how we operate. However, we are still working hard to support the vulnerable across Merton during these difficult times. Now, more than ever, we need your help.

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