We are Here to Help – Please give us a call on 0191 514 7007. Sunderland Counselling Services are based at 51 John Street, Sunderland. Full address and directions for counselling in Sunderland can be found on our Contact page.
We have useful information about counselling in Sunderland on this website if you’re wondering ‘What is counselling?’
We are happy to accept self referrals from anyone who thinks they might need our help. We also accept referrals from professionals, such as GPs, social workers, nurses etc but we ask that these referrals are always made with the client’s knowledge and consent.
Unfortunately we do not accept referrals from friends or family members.
All of our counselling and support services are free to the people who use them. Services are confidential and offered in a safe and supportive environment. All services are available with language support. We regret that we do not provide childcare facilities.
If you have any other questions about our services or would like some general help or advice, please call us on 0191 514 7007.
We are a committed and dedicated team of people who share a common interest in mental health and in helping people deal with their problems and achieve their potential. Our counsellors are a mixture of trained and trainee counsellors, all of whom receive regular clinical supervision and are committed to their professional development.
What do we do?
We offer a range of counselling and support services. For more details about any of our services, just click on the appropriate menu link.
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
We are delighted to announce that the following services have achieved accreditation with the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy: Adult (Core) Counselling Service; Carers Counselling Service; Counselling in South Tyneside; Macmillan Counselling Service; REACH Counselling; Sunderland Primary Care Counselling Service; Counselling for Adult Survivors of Sexual Violence & Abuse.