Face-to-face counselling in Cardiff & Swansea or remote sessions. Our counsellors can work with individuals, couples and young people aged 7 plus.
Whether there’s a specific challenge you’re facing, or you just aren’t feeling yourself right now, our counsellors work with you in a safe, confidential space
It might be that you are struggling with anxiety, feeling low, grieving, or experiencing distressing thoughts. Or you may be looking to move forward and achieve your goals.
Counselling can help you work through your challenges, put together strategies for making life easier, and find your path forward.
We have a large team of friendly and experienced counsellors, who work with people facing a wide range of different challenges.
Our counsellors use many different types of talking therapies. These include things like cognitive behaviour therapy, or relationship counselling.
If you’re not sure what type of counselling would be best for you, that’s OK – we start by working that out together.
We can offer counselling online, over the phone, or face to face in Cardiff or Swansea. Our diverse team of counsellors are registered with a range of relevant professional accreditors.
Starting counselling is easy
If you don’t know what type of therapy could help you, that’s OK. The first step is to book an assessment, where we’ll talk to you to find out what kind of counselling will work best.
It’s important to have the right therapist who understands you. Assessments are done by our lead counsellors, who have a lot of knowledge, and know our team well. They’ll guide you through the process of finding the right therapy for you, and the best counsellor to talk to.
Assessments are done online or over the phone. When you are paired with a counsellor, then sessions are also available face to face in Cardiff or Swansea.
We have worked with over 3000 people
"My counsellor was excellent at supporting me through difficult moments and listened carefully to my thoughts and feelings"
"I have appreciated a listening ear. It has been helpful to me when everything seems so confused and helpless. Small steps can eventually make a big difference"
"My wonderful counsellor actively listened to all my issues without judgement and offered genuine support which helped me no end"
"My counsellor provided a safe space for me to explore and reflect - I always felt validated"
Frequently asked questions
Our counsellors specialise in different talking therapies, including person-centred, humanistic and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).
You may already have some idea of what will work best for you, or you might not know much about different types of therapy. Either is OK. At your assessment, we’ll talk with you about what therapy will work best for you and your challenges or goals.
Private counselling sessions with qualified counsellors start from £60 per hour and the initial assessment is £30.
Absolutely! Our counselling centres are located in Cardiff and Swansea but our counsellors also work remotely. You can choose your preference of online, over the phone or face to face when you access our services.
Counselling can be a useful part of making positive changes in your life. But it’s not a quick ‘fix’ – it can take time and be challenging. It’s also important to have an open mind and realistic expectations.
Usually, people choose to have counselling because they are going through a difficult time, experiencing distress, or struggling with their mental health. There might be difficult life events taking place, like bereavement, divorce, redundancy, health issues and stress. Or you might feel that you’re generally having a tough time at the moment. Our counsellors can work with people facing all kinds of challenges.
You may also prefer to have counselling online, over the phone or face to face (available in Cardiff and Swansea). Everyone is different. Some people find it’s easier to talk to a counsellor in person, and some feel they can open up more from the comfort of their own home.
The assessment lasts about 30 minutes and takes place with one of our counsellors, who will ask you questions about what led you to therapy. This helps the counsellor see what kind of therapy would work best for you.
At this session, we won’t take a detailed look at your concerns or goals. We’ll just talk a little bit about your background and the things that have led up to you contacting us. This, together with any previous experience of counselling that you have had, will help to match you to the right counsellor.
Our large team of professional counsellors specialise in many types of talking therapies. Everyone on the team is registered with a professional body (like BACP, UKCP or similar) meaning they’ve met the required professional standards to work as a counsellor.
Ready to start counselling?
Choose a day and time that suits you – online, over the phone or face to face in Cardiff or Swansea.
If you are unwaged then get in touch about our low-cost service with student counsellors.