"Help to make the change that's right for you"

Face to face sessions have now restarted in premises that are Covid Secure.

Telephone and zoom sessions are still available.

Change4Me counselling service can help you to:

  • Identify past and present issues which are affecting your wellbeing and relationships with others
  • Identify and maintain the changes you want to make in your life
  • Address barriers which are preventing you from making the changes you want
  • Identify your strengths and give you tools and resources to help you

Lindsey Woosnam | MBACP Accred Counsellor



Don’t be alone in uncertain times – reach out for support

With the global pandemic of coronavirus now more than ever we need to support each other. In the coming weeks there is likely to be more restrictions on our daily lives which means it won't be business as usual. It is likely we will see less of our close friends, spend more time than we usually do with our immediate family and we may have concerns about loved ones who...

Nobody’s an angel – be kind to yourself this Christmas

It’s easy to forget to be kind to ourselves and others as we race around to buy those last minute gifts and food in preparation for the festive period. Bringing family and friends together that we don’t often see can expose our differences on how we see the world - even if it’s only trivial issues such as whether we prefer custard or cream on the Christmas pud! Whatever our...

Who will you vote for on the 12th?

The headlines in the newspapers show just how much politics has divided the nation and we easily start to judge each other for our political colours. At Change4Me counselling service we are not here to judge people for their views or values. Being heard and understood is often an important first step before people can start to consider change. If you need a listening ear contact Change4Me counselling service today.

Money, Money, Money

The pressure to spend money on the run up to Christmas can increase your risk of getting into debt which can have a negative impact on your wellbeing. For handy tips check out the money advice planner on the Money Advice Service website: www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk