Wirral Counselling Centre

Our team of therapists and counsellors based on the Wirral are here to help you recover your overall health and well-being by using various counselling techniques and psychological interventions.  We have a wealth of experience within both the NHS and private practice and are members of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy. 

We are usually able to offer you your first session within a few days of your initial enquiry, saving you the heartache and frustration encountered whilst on long waiting lists.

If you are unsure about counselling, please contact me with no obligation, and I’ll endeavour to answer any questions or alleviate any worries you may have.

We utilise a number of different techniques to support our clients through any issues they may be facing and consistently see excellent results.  We tailor our service to suit the needs of each individual client, and by offering a bespoke service for each client, we see much better results. Read More...

We support clients who bring with them a number of issues such as anxiety, depression and OCD.  We help people through relationship difficulties and breakdowns. Our services cover alcohol & drug dependency as well as many other therapy types.

We occupy private offices in Heswall and all of our services are highly confidential.  You will be seen by one of our therapists in a secure environment where we will endeavour to make you feel relaxed and comfortable.

We are here to help you learn how to deal with any issues you may be facing in your daily life.  Our services will help come to terms with those things in your life that can't be changed and will help you change those things that can.  Feel free to browse through our site to view our services and therapy techniques in more detail.  If you would like to discuss anything, with a free no obligation chat, please do not hesitate to either pick up the phone, email us or use the contact form on our contact page.

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