Kingston Women’s Centre is run by women for women. We welcome women from all backgrounds of all ages from the local community.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information
In light of the government’s guidance on the Covid-19 coronavirus we have closed our counselling centre.
New counselling enquiries: due to our centre being closed we are unable to take on any new clients. If you need urgent support please contact the Samaritans https://www.samaritans.org or phone: 116123.
Current clients: our counsellors will be offering phone or online counselling to our existing clients. All clients have been contacted and your counsellor would have been in touch with you.
Contacting the centre: There will be no office cover whist the centre is closed. Please note phone messages left on the Kingston Women’s Centre phone will not be picked up.
We will be monitoring the firstname.lastname@example.org emails.
Alternatively you can text the centre on: 07955704874. This is a text only non emergency phone. Emails and phone texts will be checked Monday to Thursday 10am to 12pm.
We will continue to carefully monitor the situation and provide updates accordingly. We apologise for any inconvenience but hope that you will understand that the safety and wellbeing of those who provide and access our service is paramount.
We aim to provide a safe confidential space where you can talk about anything in your life that may be uncomfortable, confusing or painful without fear of judgement.
We provide counselling on a weekly basis for up to two years.
Our counselling helps in different ways:
- Manage difficult feelings
- Find new ways of relating to yourself and others
- Support you through life crises or life changes
There are many reasons to seek counselling such as:
Anger issues, anxiety, bereavement, childhood sexual abuse, difficult childhood experiences, domestic abuse, depression, identity issues, life changes / life crisis, panic attacks, pregnancy and parenting issues, relationship difficulties, sensitivity and shame, trauma, work-related issues.