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COUNSELLING

In line with government guidelines around Covid-19, we are unable to offer face to face counselling at the present time.

We are able to provide counselling sessions by telephone, and can offer a telephone assessment session for anyone interested in having counselling, so please get in touch if this is of interest to you.

Our main office can be contacted on 01245 284890, and messages left will be responded to. Alternatively you can email admin@chelmsfordcounselling.org.uk.

TRAINING 

We are continuing to accept applications for our 2020/21  Certificate in Counselling Skills and  Diploma in Counselling Skills courses that commence in September 2020. Our training will be delivered face to face or by remote means, in full accordance with government guidelines around social distancing and safe working environments.

If you are interested in any of our training courses, course information and application forms are available under the individual course headings or please email admin@chelmsfordcounselling.org.uk.

 

HEALTH IN MIND

If you are receiving telephone counselling with us under the Health in Mind scheme please download and complete the GAD-PHQ and return it to admin@chelmsfordcounselling.org.uk 24 hours prior to your session giving the name of your counsellor. Please do not put your full name on the forms, just add your initials.

If you are due to have your final session please also complete the End of treatment questionnaire   and return this to admin@chelmsfordcounselling.org.uk  Please do not put your full name on the forms, just add your initials.

 

WELCOME

People come to Chelmsford Counselling Foundation (CCF) for many reasons – for example as a result of depression, anxiety, loneliness, difficulty in facing life’s circumstances or relationship difficulties.  For some, memories about the past, painful events in the present or worries about the future may mean they cannot enjoy life or live it in the way they would wish.

Psychodynamic counselling can help you to understand how past experiences and current behaviour may be linked.  It allows space to explore thoughts and feelings about yourself as an individual and in relationships with others with someone trained to listen in a non-directive way.  CCF’s counselling service and training courses are accredited by the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).