The purpose of the service is to provide a confidential and professional counselling facility accessible to all adults who are able to access one of our counselling venues. The service is offered regardless of gender, sexual orientation, ethnic or cultural background, to people of any faith, or none. Willows is a counselling service, which upholds the unique value of each and every individual. Whilst those working at Willows may share a world view that is drawn from the Christian faith there is no expectation that clients will themselves hold the same world view.
Willows has membership with the National Counselling Society (NCP) and the Association of Christian Counsellors (ACC).
Access to the services
Anyone can contact Willows to explore their concerns in a confidential way and find new direction for positive change. Those facing difficult life decisions and circumstances, with relationship issues, stress, anxiety, fear, depression, loneliness, low self-esteem, past or present trauma or abuse may benefit from counselling.
You will need to contact Willows yourself by telephoning to make a self referral for counselling, even if counselling has been recommended by your GP, Community Mental Health Team, Health Visitor, Social Services, Church or other organisation.