After contacting us for the first time we set up an initial appointment at a time convenient for you to chat to a worker. We just need to have a little information such as who to contact if there is an emergency whilst you are with us and some very summary information about the issues. You don’t have to tell us anything you don’t want to, however knowing a little bit about what’s going on for you means we can match the best counsellor the job to your needs. After that, if counselling is the right way forward for you, we will arrange an appointment at a convenient time for you with one of our great counselling team for you to talk about what matters to you in confidence with dignity.
Counselling helps you to understand what is going on better. By understanding what is going on for you, you can find ways to improve your situation. The counsellor is there for you to share your thoughts, feelings and ideas in a non-judgemental and confidential space.
Examples that you might have an issue with may be struggling with your sexuality, coming out or understanding yourself; have an issue with coming to terms with an HIV-positive diagnosis, entering into new relationships or want to look at what these changes mean for you.
If you have a counselling issue that we cannot help you with or do not cover please contact your doctor, helpline such as Samaritans if it is an emergency or alternatively, contact us for help in finding a service close to you.
Contact us to find out about our service and if this is the right service for you.
230 Edleston Road
Body Positive Cheshire &
Registered Charity 1009850