We can help in a range of areas including: Relationship Issues * Stress/Anxiety * Depression * Bereavement and Loss * Trauma * Work or Career Problems * Anger Management * Addictions * Eating Disorders * Abuse * Low Self Esteem * General Wellbeing Issues
At The Surrey Centre we use an integrated method of therapy, drawing on different therapeutic approaches and adapting them to meet individual clients needs.
At The Surrey Centre, we are able to work together with partners, parents, siblings and children helping them understand how to help their loved one. When appropriate we invite the whole family to participate in sessions when feelings and experiences can be shared.
There are times during your relationship when either party might seek counselling for any number of reasons. This is where relationship counselling can help to unravel delicate feelings to a third party so that a better understanding of each other’s needs is understood.
The effects of trauma may vary for each individual but they are usually very stressful, frightening and if they are not dealt with, can cause lasting effects including low self-esteem, low self-worth, alcoholism, drug addiction, depression and anxiety.
Hello, I’m Alan Bore
Founder and Operations Director of The Surrey Centre
If you have any questions, or you feel that you would like to speak in confidence with a counsellor please contact us.
We are here to help.
ADAPTING TO THE NEW NORM
As we move out of lockdown The Surrey Centre will be easing its restrictions.
On 19th July the reception at the centre will be open.
However, the sanitisers and anti-bacterial products will be available to use in reception and all our consultation rooms.
Wearing face mask will be optional.
If you have any personal needs coming into the centre please let your therapist or dietitian know.
There will be option for you to have your consultations by video. We have set up webcam counselling as an option for all clients.
We use a number of video tools – Zoom, WhatsApp, Skype, Facetime or telephone counselling if you cannot make it to the centre.
Please contact your therapist/dietitian prior to your appointment to set this option up.
If you have any questions please talk to your therapist or dietitian.
The Surrey Centre Team.
We are a small, friendly, private practice based in Headley and Woking in Surrey and also in Belsize Village, London. Our team of counsellors are here to explore and help you move beyond issues that might be holding you back from a life lived with greater meaning and freedom.
This will be a time to explore what brought you to psychotherapy and what are you looking for in terms of psychotherapy, counselling or analysis. It is a time to think, with the assessor what your issues are and to make a tentative plan moving forward.
All Sessions are 55 or 50 minutes long.
Having an initial appointment in no way commits you to ongoing sessions.
It all depends what you are coming to psychotherapy or analysis for. Usually psychotherapy or analysis is longer term work, looking at fundamental change.
Some people come to psychotherapy on a short-term basis to deal with a single issue, for example, a bereavement or redundancy. Some people do not want to have long term in depth psychotherapeutic work.
Please checkout our fee page.
We invoice twice monthly, usually on 15thand the last day of the month. You can pay after each session by cheque, cash, debit or credit card.
We charge for all missed session even when you have booked a holiday or you may be unwell. However, if you need to cancel we try and accommodate a session within that week.
The Surrey Centre understands that psychotherapy is not accessible to everyone due to the cost. Therefore, we can offer low cost therapy with one of our Intern Psychotherapists. Please contact us for more details.
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Important Statement At The Surrey Centre, we are closely monitoring the outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19) and are following advice from Public Health England and the National Health Service. Our highest priority is the wellbeing of our clients, our staff and the wider community. Please do not come to our centre if you or anyone in your