Counselling

During the Covid pandemic the Centre is offering counselling Monday to Saturday via the telephone or video.

Receiving a diagnosis of cancer can be a very stressful experience and counselling enables Members to talk to a trained professional about their situation and concerns in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental place.

Those unable to come to the Centre due to illness or personal circumstances can talk to a counsellor over the telephone or video.

If you would like to speak to someone about counselling support or would like more information, please call on 020 8668 0974 or Contact us.

 

"The one thing I really look forward to in the week is seeing my counsellor - she really helps me to understand and deal with my situation. I am able to talk about lots of different things with her and I know at the end of the session, I go away feeling better able to cope."

 

Individual Counselling

CounsellingMembers are offered the opportunity to discuss any concerns they may have with a counsellor on a one-to-one basis with a view to finding solutions to help them cope with their personal situation.

Young Persons Counselling

Young Persons CounsellingYoung Person’s Counselling provides an opportunity for children over 12 years of age to meet a counsellor on their own, to share and resolve issues that arise as a result of cancer.

Telephone/Video Counselling

CounsellingOur full range of counselling services are offered over the telephone or online to those Members who are unable to come into the Centre.