Counselling & Therapy
Safeline has a large team of counsellors and therapists dedicated to helping people who have experienced sexual abuse at any time in their lives. We work with adults and children aged five and upwards and offer our counselling services free of charge to anyone who may have been affected. This includes friends and family members.
If you had any questions about accessing our services then please don’t hesitate to call our general office number on, 01926 402 498 or email, email@example.com.
How counselling can help you
If you or someone close to you has experienced rape or sexual abuse, it might feel very difficult to talk about it to your friends and family. This may be because your reactions are overwhelming or confusing, or you could feel like you want to protect others. Coming to counselling gives you a private and confidential space where you can talk to someone you trust about your reactions, thoughts, feelings and experiences.
After counselling, many clients report an improvement in their health and well-being. This includes an increased feeling of control over their lives, hope for the future and an ability to move on from their experiences and become the person that they would like 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 the Safeline office on 01926 402498, email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in a self-referral form. With your permission, your GP or other professionals you may be working with can also make a referral for you. Our main office is in Warwick and we have a dedicated counselling service in Stratford-upon-Avon. We also see clients at centres across Warwickshire and Coventry including Nuneaton, Leamington Spa and Kenilworth.
Our organisation embraces diversity and our clients come from many different backgrounds, races and cultures. They have different gender and sexual identities, religions, belief systems, disabilities and life experiences. Safeline is opposed to any form of prejudice and we want to work with you, whoever you may be.
We may be able to offer you counselling by telephone or online if you are not able to travel to one of our centres. You will be able to discuss this at your initial meeting.
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: