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What is Counselling? Counselling is based on listening. It is not about giving advice or offering quick and easy answers. Counselling can help you understand yourself better, see the situation more clearly, enable you to take responsibility for your own life and make your own decisions. Counselling is voluntary and confidential.

How can Care in Crisis help me? Care in Crisis offers counselling to children, teenagers and adults, either as individuals, couples or in family relationships. Our team of counsellors are trained in a variety of counselling styles and have experience of a wide range of issues. We will always keep you at the centre of what we offer and we can tailor therapy to suit your needs.

How can I get an appointment? Contact us on 028 3832 9900 to make a referral or to find out more about our services. You will be invited to an initial appointment to discuss your situation and explore if counselling is the right thing for you at this time. If we are not the right agency for you we may be able to signpost another service for you

What does it cost? We want everyone who could benefit from it to have access to a professional counselling service no matter what your personal circumstances. You will be able to discuss your individual financial situation at the initial assessment session which is offered free and confidential. For ongoing counselling there is a suggested minimum donation of £10 per session.

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The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work in their communities. The awards were created in 2002 to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee and winners are announced each year on 2 June - the anniversary of the Queen's Coronation.