Counselling And Mental Health Clinic
01904 876072 / 07472029906
The clinic offers accessible city centre facilities in the heart of the beautiful city of York. We offer counselling and group work across the following areas:
- General counselling for a range of difficulties including:
depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, relationship problems, bereavement, loss
- Counselling for relational and domestic violence and abuse
- Anger management groups (free access for clients)
- Group psychotherapy (free access; for those who have experienced trauma or conflict)
To request a counselling session, or further information on clinic services, you can contact us via our online self-referral form on the clinic's webpage, as shown above, or by telephoning us on York (01904) 876072. Please note that the clinic administrator is part time and will respond to all queries as swiftly as possible.
Training, qualifications & experience
Our qualified counsellors are registered with their own professional body's approved voluntary register and our trainee practitioners are in training on our BACP Approved Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling programme. All counsellors are required to have Professional Indemnity Insurance and be in good standing with their professional body.
Our group facilitators are qualified and experienced mental health and therapy practitioners.
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Areas of counselling we deal with
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Passive aggressive behaviour
- Physical abuse
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Relationship issues
We offer a sliding scale, depending upon client income, from £10 and £50 per session.
We do offer free at point of access group work, including anger management and trauma.
Access to the clinic is by appointment only and we currently offer Monday and Wednesday evening clinic sessions. Our current anger management group is running on a Thursday evening. We will be offering another anger management group in early 2018. We can also offer supervision services to practitioners.
We currently have two Honorary Research Fellows working with the clinic:
- Dr Jeannette Roddy, Salford University, who specialises in domestic abuse
- Dr John Wilson, St Catherine's Hospice, who specialises in bereavement and loss
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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The clinic currently operates on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6pm. We aim to respond to enquiries within two days and to offer an initial assessment session within two weeks.
Types of client