Victim Counselling

Counselling service for men and women

Care2talk offers specialist counselling to women and men who are suffering from, or who have suffered, from domestic violence/abuse.

Counselling sessions are once a week for 50 minutes, at a set time each week.

The service is free.

All our counsellors complete extensive domestic violence/abuse training before starting their counselling role at Care2talk.

Please see information on our Low Cost Counselling (below) Service should you wish to have general counselling.

For information, please call 07564 016066 or email

Low cost counselling service

Care2talk provide a low cost counselling service in central Uxbridge. Our aim is to ensure that anyone can access counselling when they need it. We provide counselling for all members of the community, from aged 16. Our services are based on Integrative, CBT and Holistic models. Currently all of our counselling is provided via Zoom or Skype until further notice.

All Care2talk counsellors are covered by our professional indemnity insurance and are required to be members of a professional counselling body such as BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) or UKCP (United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists). Our counsellors will abide by the BACP/UKCP codes of ethical practice and Care2talk’s policies and procedures.

Our counsellors work with a wide range of issues including:

  • Anxiety
  • Infidelity
  • Bereavement
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Family issues
  • Low self-confidence
  • Low self-esteem
  • Separation and divorce
  • Stress
  • Work related stress issues.

Counselling can help if you:

  • Feel worried, Stressed
  • Lack self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence
  • Have experienced bereavement, loss or Trauma
  • Find relationships difficult
  • Would like to understand and make sense of your situation.

We offer a safe and contained environment for you to increase your understanding of patterns in your relationships, increase your self-awareness and explore your feelings and concerns.    

The therapist does not give you advice or tell you what to do, but reflects back with the aim of increasing clarity and understanding. The therapist will aim to help you make your own choices.  

We also offer a separate service for men and women who are suffering from, or have suffered from, domestic violence/abuse. Our domestic violence counsellors undergo intensive training to understand the dynamics of perpetrators and impacts on victims, (including children).

For more information about our Counselling Service, Training, Domestic Violence Change Behaviour programme, please email us: or call 07564 016066. Please leave a message with your name and telephone number and we will get back to you with 48 hours (Monday to Thursday).  

If you are in danger or frightened, call 999

Please note, due to covid-19 restrictions, we are currently all working via Zoom or Skype.
Our office is closed until further notice.