Counselling with Mind Jersey

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Our counselling service is available for people aged 18 and over.

Life can be challenging, asking for help is a positive thing to do.

There is no charge to access counselling with Mind Jersey. Our service is offered by compassionate, understanding CPCAB Therapeutic Counsellors trained to Diploma Level 4, who are in their final year and completing their practical workplace experience hours.

We aim to:

Give you a safe time and place to talk to someone who will not judge you

Help you make sense of things and understand yourself better

Help you resolve complicated feelings, or find ways to live with them

Help you recognise unhelpful patterns in the way you think or act and find ways to change them (if you want to)

Sessions may be face-to-face or ‘walk and talk’ therapy to suit your preferences/situation.

All Mind Jersey counsellors are DBS checked. Our counsellors are working under BACP framework, ensuring safe and ethical practice. If you would like to find out more what principles, policies and procedures we are working within you can find it here....

Our service is easy to access, please complete our Counselling self referral form or email we will then be in touch to arrange your initial session to choose the best support for you.

Self-referral forms are also available in Portuguese, Polish or other languages by request.

People access counselling for a variety of reasons such as (but not limited to):

Anxiety and panic attacks

Managing depression

Coping with stress

Relationship issues

Emotional issues

Events impacting on mental health

Historic/Childhood issues

Please be aware our counselling service is a primary care service, working with mild-moderate mental health struggles. We are not able to provide secondary mental health care for severe mental health problems.

The service is not suitable for people in need of urgent support or in crisis.

If you, or someone else, needs urgent support please speak to your GP, or call the crisis Team on (01534) 445290 which is available 24/7.

If someone's life is at risk or they cannot be kept safe, call 999 or go to A&E.

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