Counselling provides a safe and confidential weekly time and space to help you to explore your difficulties. A counsellor will not give you advice or opinion but will help you to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours to develop your understanding of yourself, your relationships and how difficult experiences have impacted on you. For more information click here.


Counselling can help you to explore your choices and identify any changes you would like to make in your life. At the Well Women Centre we offer a number of styles of counselling that can be helpful for different problems. We will work out with you what might be the best way forward.


A combined approach that brings together different elements of specific therapies. Integrative therapists at the centre offer a tailored approach to their client’s individual needs and work from Person Centred principles. For more information click here.

 Person Centred Experiential Counselling

Person Centred Experiential Counselling (PCEC) can offer humanistic therapy with a trauma focus. WWC PCEC therapists have experience of working with complex needs and are trained to work with trauma and associated symptoms. This modality offers the client space to explore historic experience, as well as regulating their current emotional responses. For more information click here.

 Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy

A structured brief psychotherapy that aims to help you understand the connection between presenting symptoms and what is happening in your relationships. DIT helps by identifying core repetitive patterns of relating that can often be traced back to early life experience. For more information click here.

 EMDR Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a unique and powerful therapy that helps people recover from problems triggered by traumatic events in their lives. It stops difficult memories causing so much distress by helping the brain to reprocess them properly. For more information click here.

How else can we help you?




Groups & Courses


Complementary Therapy