If you would benefit from counselling to come to terms and cope with some of the difficulties you are having, our trained and registered counsellors can help.  Our counselling service is available to anyone affected by acquired brain injury, including family and carers.  There is a waiting list for this service, if you would like support please contact our Community Services Manager.

Counselling is an opportunity to:

  • Explore the difficulties you may be having with someone who is detached from the situation.

  • Understand more about yourself, your feelings and the way you respond in situations and relationships.

  • Be aware of your choices.

  • Help you to identify where you can change things for the better.

We can give you one counselling session every week for 6 weeks. The sessions are free of charge but before you start we will ask you to provide us with two cheques for £45. These will not be cashed and will be returned to you at your last session. However if you fail to attend a session and do not give us 48 hours notice we will cash a cheque to cover the cost of the session. Unfortunately, if you miss more than two sessions then we will have to make your space available to someone else.