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Yes if you are working. We do have a sliding scale of charges starting from £5 upwards. We are a Registered Charity and have to rely on our own fundraising activities and donations from clients in order to survive but we rarely, if ever, turn a client away if they cannot afford to pay something towards their counselling.
Sorry – No, not at the moment. Our last appointment is usually 5.00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
As long as it takes for you to feel that you are empowered enough to get on with your life.
In the past we have tried this but as everyone who takes part may be at different stages of their journey from hurt to healing, group therapy can sometimes re-traumatise people if they have not fully resolved all their issues.
Please let the project manager know and arrangements will be made for you to see another counsellor. This will be done in confidence.
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