Private Counselling

What is Counselling?

Counselling offers a safe and confidential space where a trained counsellor can help you explore your individual issues with warmth, empathy, acceptance and respect. Counselling is not about giving advice or telling you what to do. Counsellors do not have an agenda or a roadmap for your life. Counselling is about listening to you without judgement, enabling you to explore your thoughts and feelings, and helping you access resources within.

Counselling can help you gain new perspectives about yourself and support you in resolving your difficulties, as well as helping you find new ways of coping with a greater sense of control and choice in your life. Talking through your issues every week with a counsellor can help you come to terms with current challenges and identify a future where you are calmer, more confident and in charge of your own life.

Our therapists offer face-to-face and Skype sessions and can offer support for a wide range of issues and use a number of approaches to therapy.

Fee:

£50 – £130 for 50 Minutes

Make an appointment

To make an appointment to see one of our counsellors, please call the reception team on 020 8673 4545 or email info@theawarenesscentre.com. We are open seven days a week. All of our counsellors work from The Awareness Centre in Clapham, and some therapists work from other consulting rooms in South London, including Balham, Bermondsey, Brixton, Clapham Common, Pimlico and Streatham.

'My time at The Awareness Centre has been a life changing experience. At my lowest point, my counsellor helped me decipher my world and move forward positively.'

Paulette

Counsellors

Our counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists are registered with one or more of the following professional bodies:

Our Therapy Services

The Awareness Centre also provides Addiction Counselling, Anger Management Therapy, Bereavement Counselling, Couples Counselling, Multilingual Counselling and Sex and Relationship Therapy within the Private Counselling Service, a LGBT Counselling Service which can support people coming to terms with their sexuality, facing discrimination, victimisation or homophobic attitudes and a Child & Adolescent Counselling Service to help young people explore concerns that may be causing problems in their social, emotional or cognitive development.

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What people say

When I first went to see Michaela I was in such a state of anxiety and depression that I needed to be carefully looked after otherwise I would have been sectioned, fact. If someone had told me that two years into therapy I would be engaged and doing what I love best, I would never have believed it. I think it is pretty clear how much I have benefit…
Lydia

TAC is a member of:

BACP