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The Well Being Therapy Centre

Coronovirus update: Some counsellors are now offering face-to-face sessions, as well as online and by phone

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How it works

1. Find a counsellor

Browse profiles and choose a local counsellor that’s right for your needs

2. Book online

Book a times that suits you. Our 24/7 booking service is fast, safe and secure

3. Peace of mind

All our counsellors are fully qualified, experienced, and vetted by our team

Hello and welcome to The Well Being Therapy Centre. If you’re looking for counselling or therapy we can help.

Together we can explore your feelings, thoughts and the decisions that you make in your life, and how they affect you and your relationships. We can also work to improve your capacity for self-reflection, self-understanding and communication with others.

Gradually you will gain the strength to no longer feel burdened by pain and limitations. You’ll be able to respond to the passing storms of life in a mindful and creative way.

Our Counselling Service

1-1 Counselling Sessions

Does happiness or peace of mind seem like a distant concept right now?

Seeking counselling could be the key to turning things around, or to helping you process what you have been going through.

A counsellor is a professional who has been trained to hear and respond to the most painful thoughts and experiences that a person can have. The counsellor provides a safe and highly confidential space, working with you at a pace that suits your needs.

Sessions usually take place every week, at the same time and in the same place.

Relationship / Couples Counselling

Couples might come to counselling because they are facing a crisis of some kind. They may want help in communicating with each other, or they are trying to deal with one partner having had an affair, or loss of feelings for each other. Often couples can feel “stuck” and unable to find a way of dealing with their situation.

These issues can be very upsetting and frightening, and the counsellor can help the couple look at them in a safe and structured way, allowing the couple to express anger and other emotions in a less destructive way. New coping skills can be learnt to help deepen their relationship, such as each partner learning ways to speak and be heard by the other, and to listen from a new perspective or understanding. Couples counselling is a constructive means to finding a way forward.

Child Therapy

We recognise that, just like adults, children can suffer from a great deal of distress. Support from a child therapist can have a big impact on their positive development; emotionally, academically and socially. We have counsellors trained to help children and young people, who have experienced loss, bereavement, anxiety, low self-esteem, bullying, depression, aggression, domestic violence and other child related issues.

Our child therapists know that it takes a unique skill set to support children, and they draw upon many types of play therapy, incorporating various others forms of self expression such as art and drama.

Our counselling service can help with the following issues:

  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship Problems
  • Bereavement or other
  • issues of loss
  • Low self esteem
  • Alcohol, drug and other addictions
  • Identity issues
  • Infertility problems
  • Work-related problems
  • Low mood
  • Post Traumatic Stress
  • Disorder (PTSD)
  • Compulsive eating
  • Coming to terms with chronic illness
  • Childhood problems or abuse
  • Anger Management
  • Couples counselling
  • Youth counselling (11-18)

Is counselling right for me?

In this video, counsellor Lynda Gilbert talks about whether counselling is right for you, and answers some of the frequently asked questions people have about counselling and therapy.

She discusses how counselling works, how many sessions you may need, choosing a counsellor, and appointment times.

For more information on counselling and how it can help, click here.

Coronovirus update

Some counsellors are offering telephone or Skype sessions as a temporary measure during the Coronovirus outbreak.

These options will appear on your booking form, if your counsellor is one of those to provide this service.