Counselling offers you a way of working through issues at a pace that is right for you and to gain insights where before there might have been confusion.


What and how do counsellors treat?

Our counsellors are trained to offer an approach that is non-judgmental and to offer a secure, confidential and nurturing therapeutic space to help you through your difficulties at your own pace .

Counselling can help many things, Alcoholism, Anger Issues, Bereavement, Divorce, Drug Abuse, Eating Disorders, Family Conflict, Gambling, Men’s Issues, OCD,s, Parenting, School Issue’s, Relationship Issue’s, Self Harming, Sexual Abuse, Trauma and PTSD, Video Game Addiction and many more.

We believe in allowing people the space to explore what they need in the time they need to do this. Counselling and psychotherapy offers you a space where you get to know you and most importantly experience what it is like to be truly listen to and accepted. This non-judgmental and empathetic process supports you natural ability to self regulate.


Men’s Counselling

Our Counsellor Jamie also offers a warm and friendly space for men to come and talk, it will be challenging but rewarding on a number levels. He has a great deal of experience with working with men, who are struggling with depression and loneliness in a world that is becoming less familiar to them. right from a young age men are taught to be strong and never to show their weakness to other men.

This philosophy is out of date and is causing men to take their own lives because they feel trapped and isolated. We will break this trend and allow men to support one another to go to places psychologically they have never been before. although this is challenging and takes a great deal of trust to support it. The reward is the reclaiming of your sense of the masculine.



British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counselling at the Norfolk Clinic Norwich

Next Steps...

To book an appointment, find out more information, or ask any questions you might have, you can always give us a call at our Norwich clinic on 01603 660792 and speak to one of our friendly reception team.  Otherwise, you can click to book online.