Relate counselling returns to Bridgnorth


Following an absence of over 35 years, Relate counselling services is returning to Bridgnorth from September. Trevor Forrester from Relate in Wolverhampton and Dudley said, “Part of our strategy is to deliver a service closer to the communities we serve, so it’s important that the service is accessible to the people of Bridgnorth.”

Trevor ForesterBased at the Castle Clinic, St Marys Street, Relate counsellors will be offering appointments between 5 and 8pm every Thursday evening through September and October. The sessions are for couples, individuals, young people and adult survivors of sexual abuse. Subject to uptake of the service, Relate may then increase availability.

Anyone who would like to make an appointment or find out more can call 01902 428447 or email admin@relatewolverhampton.org

 

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