Participating Project

Project information

Counselling supervision

The relief of persons resident in Sandhurst and the surrounding area who are suffering from mental or emotional stress by the provision of a
counselling service ethos, by providing support and supervision for those involved in counselling on behalf of the Service.

ongoing

Charity information: Sandhurst Counselling Service

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  • Need

    Need

    Depression and poor mental health can stigmatize sufferers and limit life opportunities and those of their children leading to poor outcomes and lead to inability contribute to society and lead a normal life.

    Solution

    Having a regular weekly session with a counsellor enable sufferers to process emotions leading to better life outcomes. Enabling sufferers to make changes to their lives to improve their situation.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To provide a safe environment for sufferers to process their experiences without fear of judgement.

    Activities

    » Weekly counselling session with the same therapist on an individual basis.

    Success will be measured with engagement in regular counselling sessions by the clients


  • Impact

    Impact

    Improved well being for sufferers and their families. We will demonstrate this through improved scores of using our well being measure survey and reports from Therapists.

    Risk

    Clients who leave therapy can find the transition difficult and we have a pilot support group plan to facilitate the change.

    Reporting

    We can provide a 6 monthly report from the therapists and a report from the supervisors monitoring the work.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £4,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £4,000 Supervision fees 88 hours of supervision shared between 3 counsellors
  • Background

    Location

    Clients come with histories of domestic violence, sexual abuse, breakdown in relationships, alcohol and drug abuse and bereavement.

    Beneficiaries

    Men and Women over the age of 18 years providing supervision of therapist for approximately 88 client hours.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    The charity developed from an organisation set up more than 19 years ago designed to deal with marriage breakdown. We are recognised by our Unitary council, receive referrals from local health care professionals. We have a structure to enable the charity to meet the criteria for the ethical framework of the BACP British association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Diana Taylor/ Contractor

    Monitors the standards of the work as our Clinical lead in the organisation.