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Counselling

 

Personal, relationship and family counselling 

 

The Salvation Army Counselling Service provides guidance, counsel or support to individuals, couples and families. 

 

Caring, professional help

 

The Salvation Army Counselling Service welcomes anyone who needs to: 

  • Experience Christian compassion and support 
  • Talk with a professionally trained counsellor in complete confidence 
  • Clarify issues with someone who understands and cares 
  • Work with a counsellor towards positive change and resolution 

 

Benefits of Counselling  

 

The Salvation Army Counselling Service is open to people of all ages, and all walks of life. Some of the issues we deal with include: 

  • Building better relationships                      
  • Separation and divorce 
  • Stress                                                 
  • Anxiety 
  • Anger management                               
  • Depression 
  • Grief                                                   
  • Spirituality 
  • Domestic Violence                                  
  • Surviving sexual abuse 
  • Communication                                      
  • Self esteem issues 
  • Resolving conflicts                                  
  • Assertiveness 
  • Child behaviour management                   
  • Parenting 

 

How the service works 

 

You need to make an appointment for our Counselling Service, but you don’t need a referral. We try and see people as soon as possible, but sometimes you may have to wait for an appointment. If your situation is urgent, mention this when you phone. 

We charge a fee for counselling on a sliding scale in line with your income. Special arrangements can be made if you are having difficulty. 

Our counsellors are skilled and accredited professionals who are active in their Christian faith. All are committed to giving the highest quality care and maintain strict confidentiality. 

Please phone:  62485504 for an appointment

For more information on The Salvation Army's Counselling Service, please visit the central website