Counselling enables people affected by the trauma of rape or sexual abuse to come to terms with what has occurred. Counselling is held during the day and evening in Guildford. We cannot provide outreach visits.
Types of counselling:
Individual Sessions for survivors on a one-to-one basis
Family Support Sessions for partners and/or close family relatives
Court Support Sessions for survivors attending court
Self-Help Groups – 10 week course for same sex group
Young Persons Counselling 13-16 years
All Counselling is by self-referral (you just phone us) there is no need to be referred by your GP or anyone else. We arrange for you to come for an Assessment, to determine whether or not counselling is likely to prove helpful at this point in time. It gives you a chance to meet us and for you to decide whether you want to move forward with counselling.
If you've never considered the benefits of counselling before, the testimonies of clients and staff will give you further insight.
We have 25 highly experienced counsellors (2 male). They all have the Diploma in Counselling and 100 hours general counselling experience. The majority of the counsellors have higher qualifications and benefit from many years of counselling experience. Various styles of counselling are available, including person centred, humanistic and Gestalt etc. RASASC never has student counsellors.
All of our counsellors are registered with either the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) or the UK Counsellors and Psychotherapists (UKCP). All of our counsellors abide by the BACP Code of Standards and Ethics.
RASASC is an organisational member of the BACP and is bound by the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling Psychotherapy and is subject to its Professional Conduct Procedure at all times.
To find out more about counselling please call 01483 568000.