Frequently Asked Questions about Counselling
Q. How do I know if counselling is really for me? How do counselling sessions work?
You don’t have to know. Counselling is available to all patients, family members and carers and your first appointment is an opportunity to find out whether counselling will be helpful for you. You can find out more about how Counselling Sessions work by clicking here
Q. I need counselling, but I am not connected to Hospice in the Weald
If you are not a patient, family member or carer of a patient under our care, you can access counselling through we:counsel.
Q. How does someone get referred for Counselling Support? Can I refer someone else?
You can either complete the online referral form by clicking the pink 'Make a referral' button on the left of this screen. Or please do contact us directly on 01892 820525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Counselling Support at Hospice in the Weald is available to all current or past Hospice in the Weald patients, as well as their families and carers. Please click here to find out more about being referred for Counselling Support
We understand that when you see someone you love and care about struggling, you naturally want to get some help for them, so you might want to call us up and ask us to contact them to offer counselling. However, we do ask that if you know someone who may benefit from counselling with us, please talk to them and ask them to make contact directly with us, or suggest that they talk to their GP who can refer them to us.
Q. Do you see people on their own or in groups?
Q. What support is available to families and carers?