Low-Cost Counselling Available
Monday to Thursday 9am to 5.30pm, Friday 9am to 10pm & Saturday and Sunday 10am to 6.30pm – £25 per weekly session
The Body & Mind Centre offer brief and open-ended weekly low-cost counselling for all. We are committed to offering everyone a safe, confidential space to speak to counsellors (trainees and qualified) who are experienced and able to support you in the way you need. Our counsellors work across a range of therapeutic approaches so will be able to work in a way that best suits your needs.
Body and Mind Centre counsellors can help with issues including, but not limited to:
Anxiety – Cultural Issues – Depression – Emotional Difficulties – Family Issues – Health Anxiety – Low Self-Esteem – Personality Disorders – Relationships – Sexual Difference – Social Anxiety – Stress – Trauma
We aim to give you the tools and resources to identify what is preventing you living a happier and healthier life and be able to navigate the difficulties you face at an affordable fee.
Please contact us directly to discuss your needs and we will endeavour to place you with a counsellor who is the right fit for you or you can book directly with the counsellor you prefer on the home page.
Lesley is a BACP registered trainee psychotherapist, preparing for her clinical exams (Diploma and CTA) and working towards her MSc.
People come to therapy for a variety of reasons: sometimes they are struggling to cope with the stresses of everyday life, feeling lost or empty, sometimes a specific event has made them realise a change is needed but they can’t see how things could be any other way, or perhaps they are noticing certain negative patterns in their lifestyle that they can’t seem to break. Sometimes the signs of mental or emotional distress are obvious. But at other times, they are harder to pinpoint. This is where therapy can help.
Anna’s practice is trauma-informed and issues she works with include depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, low self-esteem, social and life transitions and sexuality. She is a UKCP and ADMP registered trainee Dance and Movement Psychotherapist and works in Mental Health at the NHS.
Anna works compassionately and collaboratively with clients to explore what might be happening for them in a safe, non-judgemental space. Drawing on a range of techniques, her approach is integrative as she supports clients in finding the tools and resources they need to cope and move forward according to their needs. With a focus on growing her clients’ sense of connection, self-awareness, and capacity to regulate the nervous system she works authentically to facilitate the expression and integration of complex feelings.
Helping one person might not change the whole world, but it could change the world for that one person. As a caring, warm-hearted, and supportive trainee counsellor, Kashi is passionate about assisting her clients to cope with life struggles. With a unique charm and friendly personality, she can create an accepting, confidential and non-judgmental environment where clients can express themselves openly.
I am an Integrative Humanistic Counsellor studying towards my Advanced Diploma in Counselling. I believe that we are all individuals and so place the client at the centre of my service. The relationship we form when working together is integral to the process, so I adapt my practice to meet my client’s needs. I incorporate elements from Person-Centred, Gestalt, Transactional Analysis and CBT approaches. My priority is for all my clients to feel safe, grounded, and comfortable, and to give them what they need through therapy for them to start feeling better in themselves.
Rosie is a Trainee Counselling Psychologist and a member of the BPS (British Psychological Society) within the Division of Counselling Psychology and Division of Educational and Child Psychology. She has experience in SEN and SEMH (special educational needs and social, emotional, and mental health) support work and care roles in specialist education and charity settings. Rosie holds an undergraduate degree in Music from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and an MSc in Psychology of Education from the University of Bristol.
Emma uses an integrative approach for her clients but has a special interest in Existential Therapy which has its foundations in Phenomenology. Here the aim is to understand the client though inquiry into their experiences without labelling, with an emphasis on meaning, purpose and looking at the core values which make up the person. Emma believes that people exist in the presence of others and that we cannot tackle life’s problems without first looking at our relationships.
The prospect of positively contributing to the journey of people’s lives is the reason why I decided to embark on a career as a Counsellor. I am a dedicated, trustworthy, and compassionate individual and I am strongly passionate about the health and well-being of people’s lives; not only do I desire to empower people, but to see them to better mental and emotional health.