Reigate Community Counselling Centre
07791 214903 / 07791 214903
Our counsellors offer one to one counselling to adults for issues experiencing depression, anxiety including Generalised Anxiety Disorder, stress, panic, relationship breakdown , divorce , phobias and fears, bereavement, anger, low confidence and low self-esteem.
We are based in Reigate and easily accessible from Redhill, Horley, Dorking and surrounding areas and can offer day and evening appointments. We see adults from 18 years onwards.
Most of us at some point, feel overwhelmed by past or present events and may feel that there is no one to really talk to who can truly listen, without judgement. Counselling offers a safe place where you will be given the time and space to be heard in confidence and reach a better understanding about yourself and your relationships and develop strategies to cope better.
Counselling is available for most issues including depression, anxiety, abuse, family stresses, relationship problems both personal and in the workplace, low self esteem, anger management and bereavement.
We aim to support those who are struggling to overcome their emotional difficulties and stresses to lead more content and fulfilling lives.
Our counselling approach is integrative meaning that we offer a variety of counselling styles and models to suit individual needs, seeking to keep our clients' best interests at heart. This may include aspects of CBT which helps clients become aware of unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviours and Psychodynamic which will help you to understand how past events may be affecting you now. Ultimately the most important aspect of the counselling relationship is the rapport, trust, acceptance and understanding between counsellor and client.
Sessions are provided each week for as long as is needed by our clients. This enables clients to work at their pace. We do not limited the number of sessions that our clients can have apart from a 2 year overall limit. We would review counselling with you regularly and review your counselling needs and what is helpful.
We are a not for profit organisation and do not receive outside funding. Therefore we ask for a contribution to our costs. Our counsellors offer their services at reduced rates in order to support our vision of making counselling available at an affordable cost . We are happy to discuss your particular circumstances, as our aim is that no one is denied counselling due to cost alone.
Registered Charity number 1154986
The centre is based in the heart of Reigate and we also use rooms locally all of which are well served by public transport and car parking with disables access.
Sessions last for between 50 and 60 minutes . After the initial call where we discuss what has brought you to consider counselling, an appointment would be made to meet with a counsellor as soon as possible. At the first meeting you and the counsellor can talk through your concerns and you can ask questions without any obligation to continue.
If you decide to continue with counselling then you will see the same counsellor each week and periodically review how counselling is helping or whether there are any aspects you would like to change.
Please call to discuss any questions
Training, qualifications & experience
Our 14 counsellors hold professional counselling qualifications or are nearing the end of their training. They have a wealth of experience and are committed to on going professional development. Please do ask if you need any further information in this respect.
Each of our Counsellors are members of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)and/or the Association of Christian Counsellors(ACC) and abide by the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy or the ACC Code of Ethics and Practice.
Our counsellors have a Christian faith but the counselling service is secular in approach and for all adults in need regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation or any spiritual or religious faith.
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Areas of counselling we deal with
- Affairs and betrayals
- Anger management
- Antisocial personality disorder
- Asperger's syndrome
- Avoidant personality disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
- Carer support
- Child related issues
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Dependent personality disorder
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Emotional abuse
- Family issues
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
- Panic disorder
- Passive aggressive behaviour
- Physical abuse
Other areas of counselling we deal with
Family issues and breakdown including poor communication
Affairs and betrayals
Life transitions including retirement, children leaving home, separation and divorce
- Behavioural therapy
- Cognitive and behavioural therapies
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Cognitive therapy
We ask for a contribution to running costs based upon a sliding scale dependent upon income. Typically as a minimum we ask for £20 and then suggest a scale according to income which is fair and affordable. Further concessions may be possible in some circumstances for those on very low income.
Please call us if you have any worries in this respect.
We would not wish anyone to be unable to access counselling due to a genuine lack of funds.
All calls are are handled sensitively and in confidence. Please contact us if you have any specific questions that have not been provided within the summary above.
In the event that we cannot answer the phone immediatley please leave a message and your contact details, we will return you call as soon as possible.
We are happy to take initial e mail enquiries but will need to discuss your needs and obtain some brief details before we make an initial appointment
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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appointments are offered at various times Monday to Friday including evenings and Saturday morning
Types of client