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Wellspring Counselling

Coronavirus service update

All Wellspring sessions will be by Telephone or online during the Covid-19 outbreak.  

The Wellbeing Practitioners at Wellspring Counselling are currently offering the following free services: 

  • 1:1 Wellbeing Support for children and young people (aged 11 to 18). Suitable for young people struggling with mild difficulties with their wellbeing / low mood / anxiety /mental health. Up to 6 weekly sessions to discuss self-help strategies to boost wellbeing.
  • Sessions for parents of younger children (aged 5-12) experiencing mild-moderate anxiety. Parents will be allocated a Wellbeing Practitioner who will guide them through a self-help book to learn CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) strategies to help manage their child’s anxiety.

  • Sessions for parents of younger children (aged 5-12) experiencing mild difficulties with behaviour. Parents will be allocated a Wellbeing Practitioner who will support them to implement strategies which increase positive behaviour and reduce negative behaviour.
  •  Online workshops during the summer holidays for 11-18 year olds. The workshops last for 1 hour and focus on recognising and improving problems with mood, sleep and anxiety.

To enquire about any of these services offered by our Wellbeing Practitioners, please contact krissie@wellspringcounselling.org.uk

As staff are all working from home during the pandemic, if the Admin team call you back, it may be from a withheld number

Wellspring Counselling provides a unique afforable and professional Counselling service in the North Somerset area for both adults and young people age 11-18. Counselling for adults is affordable for all, with sliding scale fees based on income, and more than half of our clients on benefits paying a small amount for each session. Sessions for 11-18 year olds are donation-based with a minimum donation of £10 per session.

Clients can refer themselves to the service or may wish to seek advice from their GP before phoning for a first appointment.   We have excellent links with the local GPs and usually use premises at Tower House in Nailsea for evening sessions.

We are well respected in the area and receive some funding from local councils, churches and trusts in North Somerset as well as some national funding charities such as The Naiotjnla Lottery, MIND, CAF and Quartet Community Foundation. The rest of Wellspring funding for sessions comes from other generous donations and fundrasing events.

Wellspring has a team of professional Counsellors who are trained to listen attentively and sensitively to your concerns and who will give you the time and space to talk freely. They will not give you advice, offer solutions or tell you what to do, but will seek to understand your difficulties feelings and help you to find a way forward with your concerns.  

Wellspring's Wellbeing Practitioners are all trained by Exeter University and qualified in evidence-based CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) as part of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) initiative.

Wellspring's Admin office is still open from 1.30-4.30pm on Mondays, 9.30am to 4.30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

If you want to leave a message, please call our Admin team on 01275 810 879 or email reception@wellspringcounselling.org.uk

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
The Admin team
Contact Position
Wellspring Counselling Admin team
Telephone
01275 810 879
E-mail
reception@wellspringcounselling.org.uk
Website
Wellspring Counselling website

Where to go

Name
Wellspring Counselling
Address
Chapel Precinct 74
Silver Street
Nailsea
Bristol
Postcode
BS48 2DS
Notes

All venues Wellspring uses for Face to face sessions during non-Covid times are fully acesssible for those with disabilities

Time / Date Details

Session Information
Various weekly sessions

Other details

Availability

Referral Details

All clients need to self-refer to seek support from Wellspring. This can be either by email or phone to the admin team for Counselling support, or to the Wellbeing Practitioner team for Wellbeing support

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