Counselling, family mediation and relationship help in West Surrey

All-in-one services

We offer Professional Counselling Services – In-person and via Zoom

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Counsellors who understand you

Our highly trained counsellors are ready to help everyone’s relationships and mental health via face-to-face and webcam counselling. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are in need.

The most experienced counselling service in Britain

We have been helping people to work through their relationship difficulties and reach their own decisions about the best way forward for over 80 years

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Our core services

Relationship counselling

Help for couples and individuals who are worried about their relationship.

Individual counselling

Help for people who have concerns about their wellbeing.

Young people counselling

Help for children and young people whose worries are affecting their wellbeing.

Family counselling

Help for families when problems are affecting family relationships.

Sex therapy

Help for couple and individuals to achieve happy and satisfying sex lives.

Mediation for separation

Help for separating and divorced couples to reach a pre-court agreement on the practical matters.

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Why come to us?

All Relate counsellors complete a two-year, university-level training programme and comply with the code of ethics of the BACP. Once qualified, their performance is supervised and they take part in continuous professional development throughout the year.

  • Totally confidential, impartial and non-judgemental services
  • Designed with flexibility to work around your needs
  • It doesn’t matter if you’re married, living together, single, gay or straight – we’re here to help you.

  • By choosing us, you will contribute to our chairtable cause to help us providing relationship help to all in need.

Our locations

We operate out of three individual locations across West Surrey. You can find us at our centres at:

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