Offers short and long-term low cost counselling, CBT and psychotherapy to individuals and couples, with options for qualified or trainee counsellors.
Resources: Counselling - Low cost and free
Avon Counselling and Psychotherapy Service are a private talking therapies provider who offer reduced-price therapy to those on a low income or in receipt of qualifying benefits.
BCPC offer a referral service to match you with the right accredited private therapist for you, in addition to offering low-cost counselling with trainee counsellors to those on low incomes in Bath.
Low-cost counselling service in Bristol offering counselling with a qualified or student counsellor to anyone over the age of 12, including couples counselling.
Hillfields Family and Community Trust offers low cost counselling services to anyone who has become a parent under the age of 25, as well as the children of young parents, no matter their current age.
Based in the Hillfields Community Hub in Fishponds, they provide individual, one-hour, humanistic counselling sessions at an agreed time once a week. Sessions start at £10.
Although you may want to explore issues relating to pregnancy, parenthood or being the child of a young parent, all issues are welcome. All Hillfields therapists are members of the BACP and adhere to their professional standards and ethical framework.
Please contact Jan Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org, 07799 521 007) for more information.
Knowle West Health Association offers free counselling services to anyone in need of support. Sessions are one hour long and are available Monday through to Friday.
Bristol Mind’s low-cost counselling service
Bristol Mind’s low-cost counselling service for those identifying at LGBTQ+, delivered by therapists with LGBTQ+ lived experience.
Network Counselling offers affordable counselling in a welcoming, safe and confidential space where people can be listened to, accepted and understood. Counselling is available to anyone from the age of 16.
Offer up to 6 sessions of free counselling to people over 50 who live in Bristol.
Counselling service with a Christian ethos, based in Congresbury, North Somerset between Weston-super-Mare and Bristol. No fixed fees, donations encouraged to cover costs.
The NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (iapt) provider for Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire. VitaMinds offer a range of courses and support for anyone registered with a GP in these areas who is experiencing psychological or emotional difficulties. Support types include group sessions, one-to-one counselling, and online counselling.
The service can be accessed by self-referral or through a GP.
Wellspring offers confidential help and support to people in the local community who are experiencing loss and bereavement, relationship difficulties, stress and anxiety, depression or emotional abuse.