For a temporary period the College is without a Counsellor. However, as soon as the new Counsellor is in post the service will resume as below:
There will be a part-time, term-time Counselling service at Havering College. The Counsellor is here to support any student who is experiencing personal difficulties regardless of class, culture, race, religious beliefs, sexuality and disability.
The Counsellor is professionally quaified and experienced and works to the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Ethical Framework for Good Practice. This safeguards the confidentiality of the Counselling Service and ensures that the highest professional standards are maintained.
AFCS works with individuals, couples and families, providing a safe environment where problems can be discussed and options explored. All services are provided in Gujurati, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and English.
Support service based in Leeds UK offering a supportive environment for Asian women with mental health issues. Dosti means ‘friendship’ in Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and Gujarati. The charity provides a drop-in service which is holistic, person centered and culturally appropriate for Asian women from diverse backgrounds.
Stocks Hill Day Centre, Chapel Lane, Armley, Leeds, LS12 2DJ Telephone: 01132038893 / 07891271513 Fax: 0113 2793836
Social, recreational and educational activities for Asian women with mental health problems. Telephone and face-to-face counselling for Asian women subjected to forced marriage, domestic violence, physical, emotional or financial abuse.
Tulip works with clients experiencing mental health needs ranging from emotional distress to severe and enduring mental health problems. The vulnerable groups served include women, refugees, Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups and clients with a dual diagnosis.
To support and empower Black People with mental health problems. To raise awareness about important mental health issues in the Black Community. To provide a forum for Black People to meet and discuss their personal mental health needs. Individual counselling is offered to users each week.
A free counselling service for African Caribbean adults, aged 18 or over, who are registered with a GP in Sandwell.
4th Floor, West House, Lombard Street West, West Bromwich, B70 8EB Telephone: 01216126813 / 01216126654
The Kuumba Centre is a service, provided by Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation. To improve the lives of African Caribbean people affected by mental ill health in and around the Sandwell borough.
Counselling and complementary therapies for Asian, African and African Caribbean people with emotional problems, difficulties with domestic violence, alcohol etc. Support group for women, couple and group counselling. Alternative therapies.