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Professional Counselling for the Community
Our vision is to help those who struggle with emotional and mental health difficulties; reaching out to our community with professional and caring help. To enable those who are battling with life’s issues to lead more fulfilling lives.
Our counsellors have professional counselling qualifications and have a wealth of experience. They are under regular professional supervision and are committed to on-going professional development, keeping up with current issues and government requirements.
All our counsellors adhere to the ACC (Association of Christian Counsellors) and/or BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) Code of Ethics and Practice. These are available to view at: bacp.co.uk and acc-uk.org
We are not part of the NHS and do not receive any funding from the government. Our counsellors offer their services at reduced rates and Caterham Community Church supports our vision. We also rely on donations, to enable us to offer this service at subsidised rates. All donations are gratefully received.
Our fees are on a sliding scale based on income and circumstances.
Here is a list of just some of the issues we can help you with:
- Anger Management
- Debt issues
- Eating Disorders
- Emotional Issues
- Family Issues
- Fears & Phobias
- Living with illness/disability
- Pregnancy crisis
- Self Esteem issues
- Self harm
A Caring Place
Most of us at some point in life, reach a time when we find ourselves unable to solve personal problems on our own. Caterham Counselling Centre is a caring place. We offer a confidential service by counsellors who will listen without judging. We seek to give people the time, care, support and counsel to help them through healing and recovery. We all deserve to live healthy, significant lives as we relate to others in meaningful ways.
There are many definitions of counselling. One simple version is that counselling is a working relationship in which you are helped to explore and manage what is happening in your life. The overall aim of counselling is to provide an opportunity for you to work towards a more satisfying and resourceful experience of life. Naturally, each person’s needs are different.
Our counselling approach is integrative as we seek to keep our clients best interests at heart. This means that we offer a variety of counselling styles and models to suit individual needs.
Contact us for skilled and caring help
at Caterham Community Church
Coulsdon Rd, Caterham, CR3 5NF