What we offer
Our team of counsellors, drawn from many denominations, are all trained to an Advanced Level in Biblical Counselling. Counselling is open to anyone (whatever their religion) who would like to talk confidentially to a counsellor. We also counsel children and teenagers.
At the Christian Counselling Centre we offer a two-year Lay Christian Counsellor Training Programme. The training consists of three phases: Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Courses. We also run a School Counsellor Training Course.
Throughout the year we also host community events which help raise funds for the Christian Counselling
Centre. Craft Fairs, Baby Fairs, Wellness and Lifestyle Expos, as well as Family Movie nights. Our premises and the Training Centre Complex are available for hire.
Courses & Seminars
Each term we run a series of exciting seminars or courses on different topics like Grief, Marriage, Parenting, School Counsellor Course, Ladies’ Breakfast etc. – All designed to bring hope and healing to your life and relationships.
Run To Win
Child, Youth and School Counsellor Course (afternoon workshop)
Articles & Testimonials
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