Counselling Service 


Our counselling service can help you explore your situation or any difficulties that you may be experiencing in a safe and confidential environment. Counselling is protected time for you and your counsellor to work together on areas of your life that are causing you concern or are feeling out of balance. Our experienced team of counsellors are able to offer you up to 12 sessions of counselling.

There are many reasons why someone may choose to engage in the counselling process,  some of the common reasons that people access counselling are:

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Confidence and Self Esteem

  • Eating disorders

  • LGBT issues

  • Loss and Bereavement

  • Relationships

  • Trauma and Abuse

  • Work based issues



We are currently able to offer counselling sessions at no cost as we are funded through the Mental Health Northants Collaboration.

How do I make a referral?

If you would like to make a referral or talk to someone about how our counselling service can help you and would like more information please contact our counselling team on 01604 634310 or you can email us at : to register your interest.


Further information



There are a number of things that you can consider when looking after your mental wellbeing:

  1. Look after your physical health; if you have good physical health you are more likely to have good mental health.  Sleep patterns, diet and physical activity all have an impact on your mental wellbeing.

  2. Do something you enjoy; doing something you enjoy can increase your confidence and help you stay well.

  3. Do something for someone else; helping a friend or relative with their chores or volunteering has been shown to have a positive impact on mental wellbeing – just remember to look after yourself first.

  4. Set yourself a challenge; set yourself a challenge that you can realistically achieve, this doesn’t have to be anything particularly large but should have meaning for you.

  5. Relax; it is important to make time to relax, even when you don’t feel under stress.  This can be anything from a 5 minute break to look out of the window, spending an evening doing something you enjoy or having a weekend break away.

  6. Identify mood triggers; keeping track of your moods in a mood diary can help you to work out what affects your mental wellbeing.

  7. Talk about the way you feel; talking to someone you know and trust can   often help when you are experiencing a difficult time.

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