We know that families can be a wonderful source of support, but that they can also present challenges too.
If your family is working through something difficult at the moment, you may find it useful to talk to a counsellor.
What is Family Counselling?
Family Counselling can help with all kinds of things, from long running issues to things that have only come up following a big change.
Perhaps a member of the family has recently gotten remarried. Or maybe a long running feud is causing lots of upset. You might be struggling to get on with your in-laws. Or want to re-establish your relationship with your parents.
These are just a few examples. Whatever you need help with, our counsellors provide a safe and confidential environment where you can talk things over with someone who won't take sides.
Relate Counsellor Graham explains what Family Counselling is and how it can help:
What happens in Family Counselling?
You can choose to come to Family Counselling alone or with other members of your family.
When you meet your counsellor, they'll ask you about what's going on and what you'd like to see change. If there is more than one person present, they'll listen to each person in turn and make sure that everybody gets a chance to speak.
We know that every family is different so Family Counselling is flexible. We can work with you to decide how often you and your family can attend - as well as the best location for your sessions.
What's the cost of Family Counselling?
We are a charity so we charge a fee to cover the costs of our services.
The cost of an initial consultation is £50. However, we aim to support everybody who comes to us for help and can offer reduced rates if you’re unable to afford the full price.
The best way to find out if we can help is to get in contact.
Book an appointment
To find out more about Family Counselling or book an appointment, call Relate Worcestershire on 01905 28051.
Alternatively, you can contact us via our online form.
If you're new to Counselling and would like to find out what it's like you can try a free Live Chat with a Relate Counsellor.
If you have any further questions about counselling, try our FAQs.