As a Counsellor

We offer placements to counsellors who want to accrue hours in order to qualify, or for BACP accreditation purposes.  

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Benefits of Counselling Placements:

Fortnightly supervision in groups of no more than four with very experienced supervisors in line with BACP recommendations.  We can arrange the client workload to suit students who are required to have supervision at college.

CPD training events, held in the evenings four times a year. Recent CPD topics have been trauma, safeguarding and dealing with dangerous situations, infidelity, emotional eating,  money, working creatively, domestic abuse, working with adoption, ethical dilemmas.

Counsellors are assigned clients according to their level of experience and specialisms (following client assessment and careful consideration by our senior counsellors and Counselling Services Manager).

The opportunity to accrue counselling, supervision and training hours that will count towards course requirements as well as BACP accreditation.

Counsellors’ meetings held quarterly providing support as well as an opportunity to feedback issues or queries to the service.

The opportunity to work in small teams ensuring safety and providing support.

The experience of working for an established, highly professional charity.

A range of clinical experience and regular personal reviews.

A safe working environment to counsel clients.

What Our Counsellors Say:

You can find out more about our recruitment process here.

If you might like to become one of our volunteer counsellors, please register your interest by emailing your c.v. to the office at and we will send you details of our next recruitment day.

As a Trustee

If you have financial, HR, fundraising, legal, business development or marketing skills and are interested in opportunities on our Board of Trustees, please email us your CV or details of your expertise and time availability to and we will be in touch.

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As a Volunteer

If you are passionate about supporting mental well-being in the local community and would like to support us on a voluntary basis – be it helping out in the office or by offering your fundraising skills or other expertise – we would love to hear from you! To find out more about how you can become involved as a volunteer, simply drop us an email at and we will be in touch.

Community Fundraising

We want to make sure that our services are available to everyone in the community who need us most.  We actively seek funding support to subsidise the vulnerable and disadvantaged who are unable to pay.  Funding and supporting The Counselling Partnership will enable our volunteer counsellors to maintain the high standards required by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and promote our service to those who are least able to afford it.

Every penny raised makes a huge difference to a small charity like us.  If you are interested in joining in our fundraising efforts – be it by running, baking, swimming or any other creative activity – please get in touch by emailing We would love to hear your fundraising ideas and suggestions

A big thank you to the Weybridge Branch of the Catenian Association, and in particular to Mike Collins, their President for the past two years, who have donated £1550, plus gift aid, to the Charity.  The money has helped us produce this web site, and will also help boost our funds for helping people in the community who are unable to pay the full cost of affordable counselling.



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As a Donor

We depend on charitable donations from individuals, organisations and grants to allow the charity to function and support the individuals who seek support. We are grateful to all those that support us.

You can help us today by making a donation via Local Giving. If you would like to make a donation to The Counselling Partnership, please click the button below.

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