Professional Support services
Counselling Services in Surrey and across the UK
Here at The Lucy Rayner Foundation, we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional mental health support and counselling services throughout the UK and Surrey region. Just by visiting our website, you have taken the first step to better mental health and your future well-being.
Whether you have tried counselling in the past or it is something entirely new, we tailor our services to you as an individual and empower you to face your issues head-on. Our fully trained counsellors will listen to everything on your mind with a sympathetic and impartial ear, free of any judgement.
Our counselling services are available for anyone between the ages of 14 and 39, and are designed to help tackle a wide range of mental health issues including:
Free Counselling for depression
Free Counselling for Self Harm
Free Counselling for anxiety
Free Counselling for eating disorders
Free Counselling for bereavement
Free Counselling for low self-esteem
Talking Therapies & Support Services for Mental Health Conditions
We understand that when it comes to mental health, there is no quick fix and deep-rooted problems will not be resolved overnight. Yet we cannot emphasise enough the benefits of talking therapies. It takes courage to speak openly about mental health struggles, but there is also a great deal of comfort in knowing you are not alone.
Our monthly coffee mornings offer a safe space away from your usual surroundings, allowing you to get things off your chest with a member of our team. If you are not quite ready to embark on individual counselling sessions, then these meetings are a great way to break the ice.
From free counselling, men’s support groups and women’s support groups to suicide bereavement and teenage anxiety support, we support the people of Surrey in every way we can.
Online & Offline Counselling & Support
When it comes to counselling support services, there is no one size fits all approach. That is why we offer a range of in-person counselling alongside telephone and online sessions.
Some people might be more comfortable expressing themselves over the phone, while someone else might feel better being able to make eye contact with their health professional in a relaxed setting. If you aren’t sure what category you fall into, you can try a combination of offline and online counselling to see what works best.
Our Message to You
Watch the below video for an important message to young people struggling with their mental health.
Get in Touch
Would you like to learn more about our counselling support services? Our friendly team is here to talk to you. Call us on 01737 910 907 to book an appointment. Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our team will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.