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Counselling is available to self-identifying women aged 14 upwards and young men aged between 14-18 years old. Counselling is free if you are 14-18 years old. If you are 19 years or over you will be asked to make a donation for counselling based on what you are able to afford.


If you have experienced rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, unwanted sexual contact or are confused about a sexual experience it may be helpful to talk about it to someone who understands.


Counselling provides a safe space where you can talk freely and openly in a way that is not often possible with friends or family.


We welcome disabled people to use our service, please get in touch with us if you have any access or communication needs and we will seek to accomodate these. Although our building is an old one, and there is not a lift to the main counselling rooms we can arrange for the use of a ground floor room in another building that is private and accessible. Our building does not currently have hearing loops fitted. If you have any concerns about being able to access our office, please do get in touch.


There is currently a waiting list operating for our counselling service.


To find out more and/or make a self-referral download our self-referral form or email or 01273 203380. To find out more and/or make a young person's referral, download our information sheet and referral form or email