Rapid response to provide frontline counselling

The National Emergencies Trust (NET) has stepped in to help us deliver much-needed counselling during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A £3,000 was awarded via our long-term supporters Heart of Bucks in response to our fast transfer to web counselling to continue helping local vulnerable people under huge pressures in the Covid-19 lockdown.

Fiona Green, Centre Director, said: “The speed of the response to our request for financial assistance to continue delivering our vital service has made such a difference at a time when we are under pressure to continue delivering counselling to local people.”

“This grant will enable us to continue to deliver reliable, direct help to local people through quality, professional counselling including relationship therapy, family counselling, couples therapy for depression, funded counselling for cancer patients and survivors and psychosexual therapy as well as bereavement counselling.”

Demand for our web-counselling is increasing each week as the lockdown restrictions impact on relationships that are already under strain, or puts new stress on people who are forced to spend long periods of at home together, often with young children, with little or no access to their normal support network.

You can find out more about how counselling can help you on our services page:


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