Service Type: Counselling

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7 Aug


You may be experiencing problems with love, work or play. through informed and open dialogue, we aim to help you understand the causes, reduce symptoms and live more fully.

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12 Feb

Counselling Directory aims to be the leading service for providing counselling advice and information – connecting those in distress with the largest support network in the UK. To find a counsellor i your area open the site and put in your postcode to find support in your area.

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29 Jan

Victim Support – Southwark

Victim Support Southwark (VSS) works to support victims of crime, their families and witnesses of crime within the London Borough of Southwark. Our services are free and confidential. You can use them even if you haven’t reported the crime to the Police. Victim Support Southwark is independent of the Police, the Home Office and the criminal justice system.

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28 Jan

Solace Women’s Aid

Solace Womens Aid offers a range of support for people who may be victims of domestic abuse. The Southwark Advocacy and support services (SASS) is a confidential service available to women and men aged 16 or over who may be subject to physical, sexual, psychological or financial abuse within an intimate or family relationship. Additionally they offer Advice; Legal Services; Perpetrator Programme; Counselling; Refuges; Family & Children’s Support; support for Women aged over 55; Drug and Alcohol use; and an Irish and Irish Traveller service.

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21 Jan

WPF Therapy

A range & choice of talking therapies, individual or group, including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, low self esteem, loss of confidence. Sliding charges apply, held close to London Bridge station

If you are an adult or a young person over 18, you can call our helpline to find out more about therapy. Our staff can book a convenient consultation appointment so you can come and speak one to one about your needs, in private, with a therapist.

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21 Jan

Southwark IAPT

Southwark IAPT offers a free counselling service to residents of Southwark. IAPT stands for Improving Access to Psychological Therapies. We are here to help if:

  • you are experiencing stress, depression or anxiety
  • you would like to know more about self-help or talking therapies
  • you are 18 or over and live in Southwark

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Find us

Southwark Carers
3rd Floor, Walworth Methodist Church,
54 Camberwell Road, London, SE5 0EN
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Contact us

020 7708 4497

Find us

Nearest tube – Elephant & Castle underground station (Northern and Bakerloo lines).

Nearest Railway Station – Elephant & Castle

Buses from Elephant and Castle – ask bus driver for Burgess Park. Bus numbers: 12, 171, 148, 176, 68, 484, 42, 40, 45