We offer high quality, supervised ,Therapy and Counselling at a low cost to those on a low income or unemployed.
The clinic will be staffed by 10 voluntary therapists who come from our Advanced four year Psychotherapy trainings.
Each of the therapists will have had to successfully completed at least Two years of advanced training and hold the Institutes Endorsement to practice, this means they have been assessed as competent to work with the public in a clinical setting.
Who is the service suitable for?
The Manchester Institute low cost counsellors and psychotherapists specialise in working with adults who may be suffering from a variety of emotional difficulties that may involve experiences such as:
- loss and bereavement
- anxiety and panic attacks
- crises of identity
- relationship problems
- eating disorders
- sexual abuse issues
- assertiveness problems
- life crisis
- lack of self esteem
The service will not usually be suitable for individuals who have severe mental health problems, who are actively suicidal or have a current drug or alcohol misuse problem.
How to make an appointment
If you think Psychotherapy or Counselling might be useful to you and you wish to utilise the low cost services we offer please contact the Manchester Institute and ask to speak to someone on how to apply for this through the low cost clinic.
Please note this service, outlined above is, for people on a low income or unemployed. By low income we mean people whose income is under £14,000 per year.