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What We Do...encouraging mental well-being

 

counselling

It's good to talk!


 

Living in
Merton

 

8,500

Children living in poverty

 

15,000

People providing up to 50 hours unpaid care weekly

 

£36k

We distributed over £36k through our Small Grants Programme

 

4,500

We provided 4,500 counselling sessions.

 

 

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We're open Monday to Saturday - call us on 020 8296 0030

 

We provide low-cost affordable, professional, accessible counselling to clients who live, work or study in Merton.

 

We're open Monday to Saturday, call us on 020 8296 0030.

 

Talking can alleviate emotional suffering and can help you reach decisions. There is plenty of research evidence to show that talking therapies work and we aim to enable individuals to lead fuller and more resourceful lives. If you are you feeling stressed or depressed, suffering from anxiety or having relationship difficulties and would like to talk to someone, please call us.

 

 

red_bullet  Family and Couples Therapy (click here)
red_bullet  Group Psychotherapy (click here)

red_bullet  One-to-one Counselling (click here)

red_bullet  Continuity of Concern Group (click here)

red_bullet  Young Adult Group (click here)

 

 

What do we offer?

We subsidise our counselling services so that no-one is prevented from getting the help they need due to lack of money. We are accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and are bound by their Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.

 

 

Making an appointment

We are open:

  Monday to Thursday 9am - 10pm
  Friday 9am - 8pm
  Saturday 9am - 2pm

 

Call us on 020 8296 0030

 

Arrange a consultation

Speak confidentially to our receptionist who can arrange an initial consultation with an experienced counsellor.

The initial consultation carries a non-refundable fee on a sliding scale (minimum £10) dependent on your income.

 

 

At this consultation our counsellors will talk with you and arrange for you to see the most appropriate person. If for any reason we feel our services are not appropriate for you, we will suggest alternatives. At this meeting you will also negotiate an on-going contribution towards the cost of the counselling. The contribution you make will be based on what you can afford.

 


Appointments

Appointments are weekly (on the same time and day every week) and last for fifty minutes. You can come to see us for up to 60 weeks. You can also end the counselling at any time prior to that.

 



 

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The Wimbledon Guild of Social Welfare, Guild House, 30/32 Worple Road, Wimbledon, SW19 4EF
Registered Charity No. 200424 - Company No. 383330