Call 0800 530 0012 to help us match the best counselling or therapy to your needs from our wide range of experienced specialist counsellors, therapists and professionals available.
At RedChair we know that one size does not fit all. Call 0800 530 0012 now that we may guide you to the best help available. Our team provide general counselling alongside specialist addiction therapies.
Therapy – Available, Affordable, Accessible.
Our general program counsellors can help with depression, anxiety, phobia’s etc.
Specialist Addiction Therapists.
We have the right help for you. Chemical or behavioural addiction. Help with a diverse range of issues surrounding food and body image such as over-eating, anorexia, bulimia, obsessive dieting and exercising.
Shopping and compulsive spending, mounting debt and stealing are also within our scope as are a multitude of obsessive and compulsive behaviours, including workaholics.
Our counsellors have experience in a wide variety of skills and disciplines: Rogerian, person-centred, cognitive behaviour therapy, rational emotive therapy, Transactional Analysis (TA) and more. RedChair’s network stretches the length and breadth of the UK so we are able to react quickly and respond effectively with a positive Call To Action ethos. We offer one-to-one support based on a back catalogue of experience, understanding and many successes.
Working with the Family
Be aware – this is a family illness. Family members may be decimated as a result of a loved one’s behaviour and actions – broken promises, lies, violence – the spiral of fear and destruction taking over their lives, hearts and minds. We liaise with and counsel all family members, collectively and/or individually, helping them to find a way forward, with love and dignity, for themselves and the family member at the heart of the whole process. Most importantly, they can feel supported and guided before, during and after an intervention.
We provide regular aftercare group therapy sessions. These personal development groups are facilitated by an experienced family counsellor. Group therapy develops the more subtle life skills that are often badly wounded after a period of addiction or mental illness