Welcome to Birmingham Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre!
We are based in Oldbury and have experienced Therapists who are ready to support you or your organisation.
Counselling and Psychotherapy are talking therapies, suitable for individual adults, couples, families, young people and children. We are passionate about psychotherapy, and believe strongly in its capacity to heal and help people work through painful, traumatic and troubling life events. The aim of our therapists is to provide safe, ethical and professional therapy, creating an opportunity for you to work through difficult issues in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential environment. You may choose to bring to therapy issues that involve low self-esteem and confidence, relationship problems, anxiety, depression, work related stress, bereavement, loss, abuse, rape and identity issues.
We work with people to help them to feel more whole and to enable them to experience life in the fullest way that is available to them. The therapy you receive will depend on your individual needs and the issues that you bring to therapy. In the therapy work, you may look at your past and discover how this impacts your current life and relationships, developing a relationship with your therapist which enables you to gain trust in relating to others again. You may look at ways of reducing your need to behave in ways which are destructive or unhealthy to you and others, or the work might be about reducing your tendency towards anxiety and depression.
What is unique about the therapeutic relationship is the availability of another human being, who has no preconception of you and no personal agenda, other than to be in relationship with you and be helpful in guiding you in your right direction..
If you are looking to make an appointment please contact 0121 429 1758 during office hours or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open 7 days a week, daytime and evenings up to 9pm – and we do not have a waiting list.
Client X; ‘Thank you – Feeling safe, supported and human again’