Counselling for children

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0330 050 1620

The child/counsellor relationship is the key to influencing the effectiveness of therapy and therefore the aim is to facilitate a safe, exclusive, authentic, confidential (subject to limits) and purposeful relationship with clients. Once a trusting relationship is built children then begin to express and explore their feelings and deal with their presenting issues.

In order to engage with younger children and help them talk freely about painful issues, non-directive play therapy may be used. Using various forms of art, puppets and soft toys, story-telling, imaginative role-play and books children can tell their story and deal with their thoughts and feelings in a non-threatening way.


Maggie Addison

Jacqueline Bird

Barbara Burton

Leanne Glennon

Jan Marie Haghverdi

Elizabeth Hawthorn

Jane Holmes

Tamara Hoyton

Deborah Marks

Caroline Owens

Julie Procter

Hannah Tait

Jane Turner