North East Counselling Services will be closed from Thursday 24th December 2020 at 12pm until Monday 4th January 2021 at 9am.
You can register for an appointment using the online form or leave a message on our answer machine but we will not be responding until 4th January.
North East Counselling Services – the story so far…
North East Counselling Services was founded in July 2006 by carers as a result of personal experience. Incorporated as a Community Interest Company (CIC), we work for the benefit of the community and not for private advantage. We have a built in asset lock which ensures that any profits are passed back into the community and not taken as dividends.
Since its foundation, North East Counselling Services has provided counselling and therapy to over 10,000 clients in and around Gateshead and South Tyneside.
We have worked to help with a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety and stress related disorders. Clients have included carers, ex-service personnel and other ‘hard to reach’ groups such as children and young people (through our outreach work in schools). 93% of our clients said that counselling helped them.
North East Counselling Services wants to create a world where counselling is available and accessible to anyone who needs it.
North East Counselling Services believes that counselling is a process by which people of all ages are helped to gain fresh insight, to have a different perspective and to find motivation.
Over a series of one to one sessions in a confidential and supportive setting, counselling can help you make changes in your life. Counselling facilitates the sharing of thoughts and feelings. It aids the process of empowering people to discover their own answers, and to feel more in control of their own life and relationships.
As an organisation we are registered with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) and adhere to the codes reflecting the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy and have policies and practices in place reflecting this. Our policies and procedures are available upon request.
We can provide follow on support or group support if you feel that counselling is not right for you, or if you have completed counselling but would like to ensure your recovery continues.