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How do I qualify for Low Cost Counselling?

We provide a Low Cost Counselling Service (LCCS) at The Awareness Centre. You have the option to work either short or long term with your therapist.

Tier One: For clients/patients who are registered and receiving most benefits, including working tax credit, registered disabled, pensioners and students. However, you must show proof that you are registered and/or receiving a benefit. The fee for this service is £15 per session.

Tier Two: This service is for clients earning under £20k per annum and the fee for this service is £30 per session.

Tier Three: This service is for clients earning under £30k per annum and the fee for this service is £50 per session.

Our clinical practitioners can offer support for a wide range of  issues and use a number of approaches to therapy.

How do I get referred?

We accept referrals from any borough in London and you can self-refer; your GP or another professional can refer you to this counselling service. This service supports clients either wanting short or long term therapy. The fee is £15 for those clients who are registered and receiving most benefits, including working tax credit, registered disabled, pensioners and students or £30 – £50 for those clients who are on low income.

The Awareness Centre also provides a Multilingual Counselling ServiceLGBT Counselling Service and Child & Adolescent Counselling Service within the NHSLow Cost and Private Counselling Services.

Make an appointment

To make an appointment to see one of our counsellors or psychotherapists, please call the reception team on 020 8673 4545 or email info@theawarenesscentre.com. We are open seven days a week.

Call us on 020 8673 4545

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TAC is a member of:

BACP

Our therapists are accredited and registered with:

Accredited

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What people say

Just over 2 years ago, I had an inkling that I was struggling emotionally when my GP referred me (and my actively comforting death-wish) to TAC, and to the rather revelatory Caz Binstead. I’ve been working with Caz once a week ever since and, put in very simple terms, she’s given me the secure space to try out being my emotional self (initially, having come to realise that I had one at all) and, ultimately, the beginnings of a deep bedrock of understanding from which to let my whole self fly. …
Anon. (female), 45 years

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