About our counselling service
Counselling is a way for you to talk about your problems and to find new ways to cope. Some of our counsellors are qualified, others are in training. They will help you talk about your problems and the difficulties you have experienced in a safe, supportive and confidential environment.
How we can help you
Our service is free for anyone aged 15-25 who lives in Manchester and interpreters can be provided. Lots of people find counselling helpful.
Counselling can help you with the following:
- Difficult life experiences
- Panic attacks
- Struggling to cope
- Low self-esteem
- Hearing voices
- Unwanted thoughts
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
We have also helped people who are coping with difficult things that have happened (e.g. having to leave home, the end of a relationship, bullying, bereavement and abuse).
Counselling is not about giving you advice or trying to persuade you round to the counsellors’ point of view, nor is it just a friendly chat discussing the week’s events as you would with a friend.
The counsellor tries to help you to understand yourself and others and will work to help you to find your own solutions.
This service is currently being offered via telephone or video call.
Our counsellors are here during the week.
To find out more about our counselling service call us on 0161 221 3054. Our referral list is open.
To make a referral
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