Affordable couples counselling on offer from Bucks charity

Affordable couples counselling on offer from charity

Affordable couples counselling on offer from charity

First published in News

COUPLES counseling is now on offer to adults in and around the Wycombe area thanks to a charity dedicated to helping people through hard times.

While South Bucks Counselling – formerly MPF Counselling – makes a charge for the service, the charity is more affordable than private sessions.

Andrew Wilton, Chairman of the agency said, "We have lots of enquiries about Couples Counselling from people who cannot afford to go to a private Counsellor, but we have not had the capacity to offer this in the past.

"We are really pleased that we can now give couples the opportunity to work through their issues with our experienced Counsellors, alongside our individual Counselling sessions.’’

South Bucks Counselling offers clients from all geographical areas a confidential counselling service to help them deal with issues, such as depression or anxiety, which may have been triggered by recent events such as the break-up of a relationship, low income or unemployment.

Located in the centre of High Wycombe, South Bucks Counselling offers appointments during the day, evening and on Saturday mornings. It is part of the National Counselling Network, a national body with recognised standards for training, counselling and supervision.

For more information go to www.southbuckscounselling.org

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10:23am Thu 23 Jan 14

MunsterX says...

Why involve a third party, it's plain daft. The two partners should keep talking, identify the problems and solve them. We all have rocky moments in the relationship with our partner, my own seem to come around every seven years or so.
For a male, be conciliatory and humble, tell the lady how much you love her and how much she is wanted, even if she doesn't want to speak to you for a couple of weeks, those efforts go a long, long way and are appreciated. If there are children involved, man up and don't even mention them, solve the problems with the lady, tis the only way!
Why involve a third party, it's plain daft. The two partners should keep talking, identify the problems and solve them. We all have rocky moments in the relationship with our partner, my own seem to come around every seven years or so. For a male, be conciliatory and humble, tell the lady how much you love her and how much she is wanted, even if she doesn't want to speak to you for a couple of weeks, those efforts go a long, long way and are appreciated. If there are children involved, man up and don't even mention them, solve the problems with the lady, tis the only way! MunsterX
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