We can help you

Whatever is worrying you, we’re here to help. CCTS offers counselling support to anyone who needs it, so when you’re ready to talk, we’re ready to listen.

We offer Face to Face counselling (recommencing July 2021 – referrals are currently open) and Remote counselling* (Online via Zoom/WhatsApp or by telephone). We also offer ‘Walk & Talktherapy where this is suited to you and the counsellor.

You can self refer to our service using our confidential and encrypted form available here or via the red button further down this page.

* Our experience and research has consistently shown that remote counselling can be very effective for many issues, as well as having other benefits, such as improved accessibility.

How does it work?

We offer a safe, secure and confidential one-to-one counselling service. We don’t judge and we won’t tell you what to do; our professionally trained counsellors listen patiently and then help you discover new ways of dealing with the challenges you’re facing. After an initial consultation, which helps us match our service to your needs, we will allocate one of the counselling team to you who will be in touch to arrange a suitable time to meet.

Our counsellors are professionally trained, accountable through regular supervision and work within a professional code of ethics. 94% of our clients have said that they would ‘highly recommend’ our service to others.

View our forms

Referral Form
Counselling Agreement
Managing Personal Information at CCTS

How much does it cost?

As we are providing professional support, fees will apply for both the initial consultation and the counselling service. The consultation fee is £30 and ongoing counselling sessions are £45. A lower level of fees may be agreed, but this depends on your circumstances and the availability of funds. All bursaries are at our discretion and subject to availability. To apply for a bursary, you will need to complete an application form that will be available at your initial consultation or from your counsellor.