Mersey Counselling And Therapy Centre

Mersey Counselling And Therapy Centre

Charity information

Mersey Counselling And Therapy Centre

MCTC provides low cost and no cost counselling to those in need, regardless of ability to pay. MCTC offers 90 minute sessions, open ended therapy, a non-clinical environment and a unique 24/7 suicide prevention policy.

Founded 2011

  • Mission statement

    MCTC aims to foster a deeper vision of life in which personal hurts present possibilities for growth on the journey towards a full & abundant life. MCTC recognises & addresses the whole person in each individual & therefore takes a holistic, humanistic & integrative approach to therapy. MCTC rejects the ‘labelling’ of any person or group whether by age, race, skin colour, religion, sexual orientation, medical/psychiatric diagnosis or any other criterion & meets each person as a unique individual who is always more than his or her current difficulties. Beyond this, MCTC presents opportunities for the exploration of the spiritual, intuitive, intellectual, feeling, emotional & physical aspects of the person and for the integration of these aspects in each individual as a basis for social harmony & community commitment.
    As well as a growing programme of courses, workshops & CPD training, MCTC provides a fully professional counselling & psychotherapy service to those in need, with particular emphasis on those who find themselves marginalised or disadvantaged in society.
    The models & methodology used are designed to aid understanding of human personality & behaviour. Through personal journeys, working at the edges of imagination, interaction with others, both individually & in group work, through regression & using humanistic, integrative & eclectic approaches in therapy, MCTC offers a wide range of services for members of the local community and others, further afield.

  • Aims

    Mersey Counselling And Therapy Centre aims to:

    • For the public benefit the relief of sickness in persons suffering from mentally related illness or stress.
    • The advancement of education by the provision of education and learning for the public benefit.
  • Overview

    Established: May 2011

    Registered Charity Number: 1141804

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 10

    Volunteers: 6

    Phone number: 0151 639 0400

    Address: 3 Dudley Road CH45 9JP

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