The services that we offer
What Makes Us Special
Everybody in our organisation, Directors, administrative staff and therapists, are passionate about delivering accessible, quality counselling. Two of the most common barriers to accessing therapy are high prices and long waiting lists.
Our low-cost counselling service offers sessions at affordable rates and we aim to have you assessed and starting with a counsellor within days of your initial contact. There is currently only a short waiting list for our services.
Importantly we do not dictate the number or frequency of sessions offered to you. At Ecounselling we believe that everybody should be able to access the therapy they need, as and when they need it and you will be supported for as long as you require our services.
Our entire team are committed to our ethos of offering accessible support to those in need, many have come to us from positions in private practice, making them dedicated to offering support for all. As a result, our team are highly motivated and keen to give you the best treatment possible to all.
All Your Counselling Needs at One Place
Our Bereavement Counsellors are professionals who provide therapy to clients grieving the death of loved ones and other personal losses. Their role is to support clients through the stages of grief and help them resume their lives.
Alcohol counselling is one measure in treating alcoholism. A counsellor will be equipped to offer guidance and support along your journey to an alcohol-free life. Once you’re able to get to the bottom of these emotions, you can then begin the process of figuring out what your triggers are.
Depression is a condition that can creep up on anyone, it could be as a result of life events, but it can also be idiopathic, sometimes those suffering are not even aware why the most simple of tasks have become so difficult and often, don’t know where to turn for help.
We define domestic abuse as an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, including sexual violence, in the majority of cases by a partner or ex-partner, but also by a family member or carer. It is very common.
Not Sure What You Need?
Simply give us a call and book an appointment for yourself. We are here to help.
We accept referrals from GPs and other agencies as well as self-referrals. Our counsellors work with a wide range of issues including anxiety, stress, life changes, depression and anger.