A very warm welcome to
We are a registered Charity providing free and confidential counselling to adults and young people in Windsor, Maidenhead and Slough, supporting those in distress where clients can feel valued and heard.
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We’re here to support you if you don’t know where to turn; if you want someone to listen who won’t judge you.
In an emergency please contact The Samaritans helpline on telephone number 116 123.
Is it for me?
People seek counselling for many different reasons. No problem or worry is too small.
If something is troubling you then counselling can help.
To find out more about what we do cilck here.
We offer free counselling and rely on donations to keep supporting those in need within our community.
Can you help us to help others?
Cilck here to find out how you can support us.
We are constantly looking for ways to fund our free at the point of use service. Find out what we’re up to here.
NEW! Many thanks to the Louis Baylis Charitable
Trust for once again supporting Number 22. Their donation has allowed us to continue with our work and we hugely appreciate their support. Thank you!Febuary 10th, 2020
Technical Issues With Online Enquiry Form
Unfortunately due to a technical issue, we have not been able to successfully capture data submitted through our online waiting list form for the dates between 6th and 26th November. If you submitted an application for counselling during this time, we have now fixed the issue so please resubmit using the form again. We apologise for the inconvenience.January 29th, 2020
Parent Support Group
At Number 22, we recognise that being a parent is one of the toughest jobs we may do in our life. There are many challenges that parents face and can often feel alone and unsupported.August 23rd, 2019