So often you're constrained by your agency remit, or your client needs something that you're not the best person to give. Let's work together.

If your client needs counselling for their experience of rape or sexual abuse, no matter when it happened, then we might be the people who can help them. 

Making a referral is easy, just get in touch and we can take it from there. 

Things to consider:

At the moment all of our counselling sessions are held in our centre in Grantham so you client is going to need to be able to get to us. 

You can refer your client on their behalf, or they can refer themselves to our counselling service themselves. We use different forms for both of the referrals so please make sure you’ve got the right one. 

You know the score on confidentiality; please let your client know that we won’t discuss anything about them with you unless we have their explicit permission first. 

Other things worth mentioning:

A lot of our clients experience mental health issues so that’s not an issue at all but we do need to have an honest conversation with you and them. 

If your client is currently under section, or a voluntary inpatient then we won’t start counselling until they’re back home. Sometimes we can start the process though so it’s always worth checking with us. 

If you’re not sure if a referral is appropriate or not then just get in touch with us and we can talk it through. 

If you need to chat to your client about who we are and what we do then feel free to download one of our service leaflets to show them, or point them in the direction of our website. 

If you want to go ahead with a referral then get in touch with us and we can get started. Alternatively you can download our forms via the buttons below.

There’s a couple of points to remember; we’re based in Grantham, our counselling sessions are free and we don’t put a limit on how many sessions someone can have. 

Your client must be being affected by their experience of rape or sexual abuse to meet our criteria.