Our counselling service is only possible because of the time, dedication and commitment given by our counsellors. Our service is delivered by 19 counsellors who have a Diploma in Counselling and who are either accredited or are pursuing accreditation. Counselling was one of the first services offered by Derry Well Women. It remains key to our commitment to developing programmes by listening to women. Each of our counselling services is compliant with best practice.
Our Counselling Service
The Counselling Service is available for women want to explore and clarify personal issues in a safe and non-judgemental environment. Counselling is a one-to-one service which can help women deal with a range of issues including the effects of trauma, sexual abuse, relationships, eating disorders, depression and anxiety. Derry Well Women provides a service for women who have been directly affected by our Troubled past. Access to the service is by self-referral. All women referring themselves for counselling will be assessed by a counsellor prior to commencing their counselling. The Derry Well Women Counselling Service is run in accordance with best practice as described by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
This counselling service is available for women who have received a cancer diagnosis, and is provided by a specially trained team who have completed a Certificate in Cancer Counselling. Derry Well Women also works in partnership with Action Cancer whose counsellor is available to see the friends, family and carers of those with a cancer diagnosis on a Monday evening. As part of our Cancer Counselling Service, women can also avail of one-to-one complementary therapy sessions. To make an appointment for any of the above services please contact the centre on: 02871360777.
Listening Ear is a confidential service for women who feel they need someone to talk to. The service offers women an opportunity to explore and search for direction in life in a friendly, relaxed, neutral and confidential environment – helping them to manage their life more effectively. All our Listening Ear Service volunteers are trained, have achieved a Certificate in Counselling, and update their training regularly.
We offer women who have had a miscarriage the opportunity to talk to one of our trained counsellors on a one-to-one basis.
To make an appointment please contact Ann on: 02871 360777.
About our Counsellors
Our counselling service is only possible because of the time, dedication and commitment given by our counsellors. Our service is delivered by 19 counsellors who have a Diploma in Couselling and who are either accredited or are pursuing accreditation.
For more information about our counselling services, please contact Derry Well Women on 02871360777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org