Counselling Organisations in and near Kensington
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Help's aim is to provide high-quality, affordable counselling to anyone living in the Greater London area. We want to make your contribution manageable and counselling affordable. Help offers one-to-one weekly counselling. Your appointment will be...
We are a group of experienced psychotherapists that provide psychotherapy and counselling to help with a wide range of concerns, including anxiety, depression and stress. We are open 7 days a firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 730 1242.
Our team of highly qualified counsellors cover a vast range of expertise and have a wide spectrum of availabilities. This means you will begin to get bespoke support within a week of contacting us, at one of the most affordable rates in the area.
Finding your CBT therapist can be a daunting task, but knowing if they have the correct credentials is harder. Efficacy ensures people get better. As the Director of Clinical and Business Operation of Efficacy's national team of BABCP accredited...
Into The Light offers understanding counselling for Survivors of sexual abuse and those that support them. We offer psycho-educational courses and face to face counselling in London and Brighton and Skype/email counselling throughout the UK.
Our team will offer you a friendly free of charge phone chat to discuss with you your needs. We cover a wide range of presentation and age group and will endeavour to support you in finding the best suited help for you.
Taking the first step to seeking help is a courageous one and it can be overwhelming knowing which therapy or therapist is the right one for you. The psychologists at Talking Heads are here to help make this process easier.
FreshStart Psychotherapy offers low-cost psychotherapy to anyone living in the Greater London area. We offer open-ended, 50 minute, weekly sessions with trainee psychotherapists who are sufficiently advanced in their training to be able to work in...
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