Are you feeling low, anxious or depressed?
Do you struggle in your relationships with others?
Do you feel alone in a crowd? Are you worried what other people think of you?
Therapy groups can be especially useful in helping us to understand more about ourselves and our relationship patterns.
Therapy groups can also
- Offer longer term support, giving you time to work through your difficulties
- Help you to feel less isolated
- Help you to make changes to improve your health and wellbeing
Our premises are accessible with a ramp, lift, parking and accessible toilet (on ground floor). You can also tell us of any other access needs you have, so that we can ensure these are supported.
Our groups are open to women of all ages, cultures, sexualities, backgrounds and experiences.
Fee paying groups
If you’re working or can afford to pay, then we have fee paying psychotherapy groups which cost £20 per 1.5 hour session. We currently have spaces in our Monday evening group, which runs 7.30-9pm. If you are interested please get in touch.
For more information about these groups, please contact our helpline, by telephone on 0117 916 6461 or 0345 458 2914, or by the webchat via our helpline page.
Our services are in high demand and you may have to wait a while before you get an appointment. Our helpline service can provide you with on-going support whilst you are waiting.
Occasionally we have some spaces in our subsidised groups, which run weekly on Monday mornings and Thursday afternoons and are held in Central Bristol.
You will need to live in Bristol and be unable to afford to pay for therapy yourself to join one of these groups. We may ask for a donation towards the cost of your sessions depending on what you can afford to contribute. Please don’t worry if you can’t afford to make a donation as we can still help you.
(Subject to funding, we sometimes offer short term, theme-focused groups).
If you would like more information about our groups, please contact our helpline on 0117 916 6461 or 0345 458 2914, or by the webchat via our helpline page.
Counselling and psychotherapy services are provided within the remit of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Ethical Framework for Good Practice.