We provide counselling for
Free and Affordable Counselling Service in Buckinghamshire.
If you're having problems at home, school or just feeling overwhelmed by things at the moment, talking through these problems can unburden yourself and allow you to enjoy life.
We offer a confidential counselling service in Buckinghamshire available free of charge to young people and at affordable rates for adults and schools.
Our counsellors will help you to understand the difficulties you're experiencing, give you support, and work with you to think about ways to change things.
The service is currently funded by Buckinghamshire County Council who have done all they can to maintain the service. Unfortunately, due to budget constraints their funding finishes at the end of March 2019. The service has secured further temporary funding from CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) which we are very grateful for, but much more is needed for the service to continue post March 2019.
Adviza is committed to keeping the service going: reducing delivery costs by 50%, applying to funders and running fundraising activities. Visit our Localgiving appeal page to donate to our latest appeal.
Our counsellors are paid professionals or trained volunteers. They are fully qualified, or in the advanced stages of their counselling training, and are fully supervised, insured and abide by the BACP code of ethics.
We offer services at a number of locations in Buckinghamshire including High Wycombe, Aylesbury and Chesham as well as at a number of schools.
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If you are considering a counselling qualification or looking for a placement where you can complete your certification we would be delighted to talk with you. We are so grateful for our volunteers who are at the heart of everything that we do.
Events & Training
We offer training programmes and events in Buckinghamshire for counsellors, teachers, support staff, nursing or other care staff working with young people or adults.