Counselling is available for those over the age of 18 and is a skilled way of helping individuals with personal issues and difficulties. Counsellors are trained to listen and to help you make the changes you wish for in your life. The counsellor works with you to help you make sense of your difficulties and move forward in your life.

To benefit from counselling you need to be ready and able to commit to attending regular weekly sessions and engage in the process with your counsellor.

Your counsellor will not judge you or tell you what to do. She or he is there to help and encourage you. At Mind in the Vale of Glamorgan we offer counselling to men and women aged 18 and over and resident in The Vale of Glamorgan. All of our counsellors are volunteers. Some are already qualified and others are in the final stages of training which requires them to gain practical experience.

There is limited availability for free counselling services in the Vale of Glamorgan and the demand for counselling is high which mean we always have a waiting list. If you are interested in having counselling with us please telephone 01446 730792 for further information and to arrange an introductory appointment.

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