Rainbow Counselling Services

Online and Telephone Counselling
You may feel that working remotely suits you better, whether that’s for greater flexibility or practical reasons. Read more >
One-to-one Counselling
One to one counselling can help you to explore with a counsellor anything you feel is insurmountable or overwhelming. You will meet your counsellor at regular intervals, for example weekly or fortnightly, to explore whatever it is that is bringing you to counselling. Read more >
Coaching

Coaching offers an alternative therapeutic approach enabling clients to access deep personal insights and engage their own motivational patterns and triggers to facilitate enduring change. Read more >

Couples Counselling

Our relationships are a significant part of our lives. When our relationships fail to thrive, then we may struggle. Just as every individual is unique, so is every relationship. Read more >

Counselling for Children and Young People

Many children and young people are struggling with how they feel. They may be having problems with friends, family or school/college; or they may be anxious, depressed, angry, or fearful, and need to talk to someone. Read more >

Counselling Supervision

A counsellor or psychotherapist uses supervision to review their ongoing client work, their professional development, and often their personal development as well. Supervision is a professional service offered at Rainbow counselling by Evelyn Trotman and Helen Clark. Read more >

Rainbow Counselling Services are supporting COVID-19 CRISIS COUNSELLING SUPPORT SERVICE

The Association of Christian Counsellors (ACC) have set up a new service – Crisis Counselling Support Service (CCSS) for NHS frontline staff and people who have been bereaved during the COVID-19 epidemic in the U.K.

Visit ACC’s website for further information >