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.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Thursday 15th July 2021,6.00pm start
To join the zoom meeting please use the link below, or use the meeting ID and passcode
Meeting ID: 814 9155 0495
Following the AGM there will be a talk by Dr Rachel Freeth
Counselling and Psychiatry – Bridging the Divide
NEW! BBC Children In Need
We are so proud to announce that we will be supported by BBC Children In Need to develop our service for children and young people in Slough. A grant of £66,765 spread across the next three years will fund the post of Sarah Luke, our Slough Champion, Counselling Services Manager.
Initially, the grant will enable two counsellors to work across three Slough secondary schools delivering vital mental health and emotional support. Last year, our school counsellors delivered over 2,000 counselling sessions in 16 schools. We’re hugely grateful to BBC Children In Need who will help us to expand into Slough, reaching up to 500 more young people who need us.
Garfield Weston Foundation Donation
Massive thanks to Garfield Weston Foundation for their hugely generous donation of £10,000. Every counselling session costs us £35 – this funding supports our vital work, ensuring that our services are free to those who need us most.
Annual Report 2020
View our attatched 2019-2020 annual report here