Trauma Counselling Line Scotland (Health in Mind)

Who is this for?

  • People aged 16 years old and over, living in Scotland and who experienced abuse in childhood

Who provides this?

  • Health in Mind

Description

As it is telephone and video counselling, you don’t need to worry about travelling to your appointment; you just need a quiet place where you can talk to your counsellor.

You will have weekly appointments with the same counsellor, which means you won’t have to repeat what has happened to you each time you call.

The service is free and confidential. The phone call will not show up on your phone bill and you won’t be charged for video calling.

All Health in Mind counsellors are fully trained, highly experienced and from a range of backgrounds.

Counselling is in English and:

  • French
  • Polish
  • Urdu
  • Punjabi
  • Luganda

How do I access this?

  • Self-referrals
  • Referrals by third parties
  • Please get in touch with Health in Mind via its website about its counselling services: https://bit.ly/3GlBWzI

Is there a cost?

Free

Is there a waiting list?

Yes

Opening times

Daytime and evening appointments available.


Types of support on offer:

Support on the phone

Type of services on offer:

Black and minority ethnic communities
Carers
Families
LGBTQ+
Loneliness/isolated groups
Long term conditions/disabilities
Men
Older people
Religion
Substance use
Survivors of abuse
Women
Young people

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