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Crossways is a registered charity and does not make a fixed charge for counselling sessions – clients are invited to contribute on a sliding scale of ability to pay: no-one is denied counselling through lack of money. Although counsellors offer their services voluntarily, rent, travel, professional and administrative support, and other essential overheads means that each consultation costs Crossways £45. £10 covers a week’s telephone calls. Every gift Crossways receives helps the clients. We have recently expanded the service to offer couples and family therapy and we would like to extend our support to young people under the age of 18, so we need financial support more than ever. Please do consider helping us in this way. If you would like more information about :
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- Giving a few hours each week to help with one of the many tasks
- Providing specific gifts, skills or experience
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What our clients say….
“The service offered was perfect for me, and I would recommend it any time” “Counselling gave me confidence and re-built my self esteem. It helped me to stand back and take a better look at my situation” “I was helped greatly – to get things into perspective and to look at all areas of my life with honesty and acceptance” “The counselling I received was of tremendous help to me. Without it I would not have recovered from my deep depression. It was so very important to me. It was wonderful to talk to my counsellor, to be able to speak so freely and let things roll off the tongue without being criticised”