Welcome to Sussex Counselling & Psychotherapy
'A Counselling Organisation for Counsellors'

Sussex Counselling is a not for profit professional group of independent counsellors offering their services to the public. This site will enable you to find out about counselling, the kinds of therapy available and to locate a therapist in your area. 

Founded in 1983 by a group of practising counsellors to support them in their work. 

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Click on the 'Counsellor Directory' above to find a counsellor in Sussex. You can use the search facility to find someone by counselling style, location, service offered, male or female counsellor.

Our membership includes a cross-section of professional therapists in statutory and voluntary organisations throughout Sussex.

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sussexA monthly eNewsletter sent to our members and subscribers providing information regarding Seminars & CPD, articles and information, talks, free events, placement opportunities, job vacancies, and more.

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What's on in Sussex


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Registered members receive news and information regularly by email as well as hard copy editions of our newsletter.



2017 Annual General Meeting
New Chair Jeanie Civil



Up and Coming Events

View the latest seminars and other events that are available at a discount to members and open to non-members as well.

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Proposed CPD bi-monthly reading group. Open to all members

Therapy ‘has long-term benefits for Mothers with depression’

How to mentor or coach a perfectionist.

Silence the critical voices in your head

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'It is important that a client feels comfortable and safe with their counsellor. All counsellors understand this and encourage clients to select somebody appropriate. This may mean speaking to or visiting more than one therapist initially before beginning counselling. 

The length of time a client stays in counselling varies with each person, depending on their needs and expectations. Deep-rooted problems may require long term work - an hour a week for several months - while specific issues can sometimes be addressed in a few sessions...'  More..