Launch of Simply Counselling Toxic Stress

  We are very excited to be launching Simply Counselling Toxic Stress on Dandelion Day Saturday 6th April 2019 9:30am to 4:30pm in The Mayor’s Parlour, Devonport Guildhall, Ker Street, Plymouth PL1 4EL.   Simply Day Programme   09.30 – 09.55am: Arrival.   09.55 – 10.00am: Welcome by M-L Wilson, CEO of Simply Counselling CIC.   10.00 – 11.00am: Film – Resilience: The biology of stress and

Simply Counselling in 2018

Simply Counselling in 2018: We offer a paying counselling service based on a sliding scale of household income. A priority of Simply Counselling is to find clients the right counsellor who they can trust as we believe the quality of the therapeutic relationship will lead to the most successful outcome. We work hard to overcome any barriers clients may have to

Simply Counselling Christmas Raffle!

Every year we hold a Christmas raffle with prizes donated by Volunteers, Clients and Counsellors. This year is no exception!  We have some wonderful prizes which Liz, our Director, has beautifully wrapped! Any money received will go towards Simply Counselling’s purpose to make counselling accessible to everyone living in Plymouth and its surrounds. Tickets are £1 for a strip of

Plymouth Social Enterprise awarded further National Lottery funding grant

Simply Counselling CIC, a Plymouth Social Enterprise based in Stoke Damerel Business Centre, has received a further National Lottery award to fund a Support Worker to offer 24 parents support over 12 months.  Having successfully run a three-year Domestic Abuse Counselling Service through the National Lottery ‘Reaching Communities’ fund, Simply Counselling was awarded 5 years Continuation Lottery funding in January

Simply Farewell: Paul Falkingham

Two factors prompted me to start counselling training in 1999. I’d worked for the Probation Service for thirty years and didn’t like two developments affecting it. Firstly, there was an exclusive use of cognitive behavioural theory and practice as if no other modalities existed. Secondly, there was a government policy steer towards privatisation of the Service. I thought that if