Counselling

Our counselling service is for individuals and family members affected by acquired brain injury. Acquired brain injury includes: traumatic brain injury, stroke, tumour, brain haemorrhage and encephalitis to name but a few.

What is counselling?

Counselling is provided by an accredited counsellor who has proficient knowledge and understanding of a range of issues and challenges relating to brain injury. Counselling is a process whereby you and the counsellor work together on issues that have affected you and may be causing you anxiety and worry. Counselling provides a safe place for you to identify and explore issues that affects your day to day life, providing time to talk these out in a supportive environment.

Our free counselling service is:

  • For adults (this, for example, can include an adult whose child has had an acquired brain injury)

  • Provided by an accredited counsellor

  • A confidential service

  • Available face to face in our premises in Belfast, by telephone or by Skype/video calls

  • Anyone can complete the referral form below and email/post it to us and we will get back to you

Service info/contract
Counselling at Brain Injury Matters

Download a referral form:

If you have any questions about our referral process, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the team:

 028 90 705 125  info@braininjurymatters.org.uk

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