Counselling for Adults

MiD offers counselling to adults either individually or as a couple. We help those whose relationships have run into difficulties to investigate the best way forward as well as supporting people who have decided to separate.  Counselling can help (former) couples find a way to continue to parent their children together after separation.

Counselling may be helpful to enable (former) couples or individuals come to terms with the end of their relationship or to think about whether  reconciliation may be possible.

Divorce or separation can trigger a range of intense emotions and specialist counselling can offer you support at this time.

If you are …

  • Experiencing anxiety, fear or panic
  • Confused or overwhelmed
  • Feeling angry or guilty
  • Feeling lonely or depressed with low self-esteem
  • Worried about how divorce/separation will affect your children
  • Experiencing difficulties and conflict in other areas of your life

We can offer you the opportunity to talk in confidence and help you in moving forward.

Counselling involves talking to your counsellor about whatever you want. The end of a relationship sometimes brings up other things from the past that you might not have realised are still having an effect. In a supportive environment, anything can be explored or said. In this way, over time, you can reach an understanding and acceptance of yourself and of the world, and change can happen.

Each counselling session lasts for 50 minutes and should take place once a week. We usually offer 6-8 sessions, which can be extended in some cases.

The counselling service for myself, post divorce, was really useful and I have recommended MiD to two friends.

Sessions are charged at £60 for an individual or £100 for a couple. However, we currently have some limited funding from the Hampton Fund, Richmond Parish Lands, Kelly Family Charitable Trust and The National Lottery Community Fund to support adult counselling.  If required, please ask about the availability of this funding when you call.

We adhere to the ethical framework for good practice for counselling and psychotherapy as laid down by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. All our counsellors are fully qualified, registered with the BACP, UPCA or UKCP, and undertake regular professional supervision.

For more than 30 years we have helped thousands of families going through divorce and separation. Please call us today to speak to a member of our team and see how we can help you.



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