Counselling

Counselling is about helping you to think things through for yourself to find your own answers. It is not always an easy process, as it may mean talking about things you feel uncomfortable about. But it can also be a relief to air these feelings, thoughts and ideas with someone who listens, does not judge and respects your confidentiality.

Talking with a counsellor may help you to become clearer about yourself and your life.

Individual Counselling

CounsellingHelping you to think things through for yourself to find your own answers. It is not always an easy process, as it may mean talking about things you feel uncomfortable about. But it can also be a relief to air these feelings, thoughts and ideas with someone who listens, does not judge and respects your confidentiality.

Couple Counselling

Looks at improving communication and resolving issues arising in a relationship as a result of a cancer diagnosis.

Bereavement Counselling Group

Everyone experiences grief differently. Suitability for this group will depend on how much time has passed since your bereavement.

Young Persons Counselling

Young Persons 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 Counselling

TelephoneCounsellingOffers an opportunity to talk to a counsellor over the telephone for those unable to come into the Centre due to illness or inaccessibility.