Everyone experiences times when they feel anxious, sad, or depressed. If your problems are getting on top of you, it can help to talk to someone who has the time to listen. Counselling can help you to explore your feelings and look at the reasons why you are feeling this way and aims to help you find your own solutions, without making moral judgements or pushing you in a particular direction.
Available Mon to Fri, 9-30am - 5pm, plus Tuesday evenings 5pm - 8pm Located at 14-16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY Application form/appointment necessary
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A variety of counselling styles are used according to the issues being dealt with and where possible we can match any particular requests you may have about your counsellor eg preferring to speak to a female. Counselling is available to anyone (age 17-65) who lives in the borough of Solihull. Appointments take place at the Mind office between 9-30am and 5-00pm Monday to Friday, with some other sessions available in the evenings for those unable to attend daytime appointments. If there is a reason why you cannot come to the office, where possible we will try to make alternative arrangements. If our counsellors are, for any reason unable to help, we will try to put you in touch with someone who can. Mind believes that counselling should be available to everyone irrespective of ability to pay, so there is no charge for this service. If you would like to use the service, please phone or
email us and we will send you a (short) application form to complete and send back to us. There is also another counselling service available in Solihull providing specialist Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). This service is provided by the NHS and is called Improving Access to Psychological therapies (IAPT). This is a particular style of counselling suited to certain types of issues such as depression, stress, anxiety or a particular distress causing event. You can ask your GP for a referral or contact them directly on 02476 671090. This service is also free and offers other support, such as groups, in addition to one to one therapy.
Interior of counselling room
A variety of counselling styles are used according to the issues being dealt with and where possible we can match any particular requests you may have about your counsellor eg preferring to speak to a female. Counselling is available to anyone (age 17-65) who lives in the borough of Solihull. Appointments take place at the Mind office between 9-30am and 5-00pm Monday to Friday, with some other sessions available in the evenings for those unable to attend daytime appointments. If there is a reason why you cannot come to the office, where possible we will try to make alternative arrangements. If our counsellors are, for any reason unable to help, we will try to put you in touch with someone who can. The service is free - please phone or email us and we will send you a (short) application form to complete and send back to us. There is also another counselling service available in Solihull providing specialist Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT - a particular style of counselling suited to certain types of issues such as depression, stress, anxiety). This NHS service is called Improving Access to Psychological therapies (IAPT). You can ask your GP for a referral or contact them directly on 02476 671090. This service is also free and offers other support, such as groups, in addition to one to one therapy.
Solihull Mind logo

counselling

counselling room
Everyone experiences times when they feel anxious, sad, or depressed. If your problems are getting on top of you, it can help to talk to someone who has the time to listen. Counselling can help you to explore your feelings and look at the reasons why you are feeling this way and aims to help you find your own solutions, without making moral judgements or pushing you in a particular direction.
Available Mon to Fri, 9-30am - 5pm, plus Tuesday evenings 5pm - 8pm Located at 14-16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY Application form/appointment necessary
Solihull Mind logo

counselling

A variety of counselling styles are used according to the issues being dealt with and where possible we can match any particular requests you may have about your counsellor eg preferring to speak to a female. Counselling is available to anyone (age 17-65) who lives in the borough of Solihull. Appointments take place at the Mind office between 9-30am and 5-00pm Monday to Friday, with some other sessions available in the evenings for those unable to attend daytime appointments. If there is a reason why you cannot come to the office, where possible we will try to make alternative arrangements.
counselling room
Everyone experiences times when they feel anxious, sad, or depressed. If your problems are getting on top of you, it can help to talk to someone who has the time to listen. Counselling can help you to explore your feelings and look at the reasons why you are feeling this way and aims to help you find your own solutions, without making moral judgements or pushing you in a particular direction.
Available Mon to Fri, 9-30am - 5pm, plus Tuesday evenings 5pm - 8pm Located at 14-16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY Application form/appointment necessary
If our counsellors are, for any reason unable to help, we will try to put you in touch with someone who can. Mind believes that counselling should be available to everyone irrespective of ability to pay, so there is no charge for this service. If you would like to use the service, please phone or email us and we will send you a (short)
application form to complete and send back to us. There is also another counselling service available in Solihull providing specialist Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). This service is provided by the NHS and is called Improving Access to Psychological therapies (IAPT). This is a particular style of counselling suited to certain types of issues such as depression, stress, anxiety or a particular distress causing event. You can ask your GP for a referral or contact them directly on 02476 671090. This service is also free and offers other support, such as groups, in addition to one to one therapy.