Counselling & Therapy
Safeline has a large team of counsellors and therapists, who work with adults and children aged 11 and upwards. We are able to offer counselling sessions for free and do not put a limit on the number of sessions that you have. If you have questions about our counselling service then please contact us.
Counselling and how can it help you
If you have experienced rape or childhood sexual abuse or if this has happened to someone close to you, it may feel very difficult to talk to the people you see everyday about it. This may be because your reactions are overwhelming or confusing, or because you want to protect others. Coming to counselling gives you a private and confidential space where you can talk to someone you can trust about your reactions, your thoughts, your feelings and your experiences.
Our research shows that after counselling, Safeline clients report an improvement in their health and well-being, feel more in control of their lives and more able to play an active role in the world. Clients say that they feel hope for the future, discover an ability to move on from what happened or are able to become the person that they always wanted to be.
Having counselling at Safeline
If you think you would benefit from counselling at Safeline then you can self-refer to us by contacting Safeline Office on 01926 402498, email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in a self-referral form. Our main office is in Warwick and we see clients at centres across Warwickshire and Coventry including Nuneaton, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth and Stratford-on-Avon. We work with adults and children aged 5 upwards and have a diverse mix of clients who come from all backgrounds, races, classes and cultures. They may have many different gender and sexual identities, religion or belief systems, disabilities and life experiences.
We may be able to offer you counselling by telephone or online if you live in England or Wales, are not able to travel to one of our centres or have a disability and you are aged 18 years and over.
Different counselling and therapeutic approaches
When you come to Safeline for counselling, one of our Assessments Managers will meet with you to talk about your goals and expectations for counselling and discuss the type of counselling approach that is right for you. We can offer: