Counselling - Supervision - Training

We are still open to offer counselling support. Please visit our news page here for our Corona Virus statement 

Please click here for our resources pages including helping cope with COVID-19


Not sure about counselling? 

We offer a free, no obligation, introductory session of up to 30 minutes to meet, ask questions and find out more about what counselling support might offer you. Click here to arrange this.



Feeling overwhelmed, anxious, angry, stuck, depressed, alone?  

LifeChance provides counselling support for adults and young people to help you work through emotional and mental health issues, examine relationships and experiences and connect with inner resources so that you feel better able to cope or make changes. 

We know it takes courage and often some time to take the first steps. So we offer a free introductory meeting without obligation so that you can ask questions, see what is on offer and then decide, without pressure, if this might help you. 


Counsellor offers a safe and private space for you to explore your experiences, relationships, feelings or thoughts and receive support without judgement. This may help you feel less confused or anxious, help manage difficult feelings and allow you to find a renewed sense of purpose. 

We offer a warm, genuine relationship of trust to support this process. Help in identifying and addressing things that may be holding you back means that you may find a happier more productive way forward. For more information please visit our Counselling page.



As well as counselling, we offer training workshops and group work covering many aspects of emotional health and wellbeing to professionals, organisations and educational settings. To find out more please click here. 


Sue Seager is a qualified clinical supervisor who provides one to one and group clinical supervision to counsellors in training and qualified counsellors. Her work includes one to one supervision for counsellors in private practice and counselling agency settings and individual and group clinical supervision for a CAMHS service. Please contact Sue here to discuss supervision needs