Renew Counselling and Training



Counselling is an opportunity for a different outcome, providing a place to gain a clearer understanding of your relationship.  This enables you to access your choices. 

At Renew, our counsellors are specifically trained to work with couples across a wide range of areas.  We support couples in exploring the difficulties that they are experiencing in their relationship.  Counselling can help you learn how to resolve these difficulties, leading to the best outcome for both of you. 

Our counsellors are supervised by professionally trained supervisors as part of their professional development and to ensure that they are working ethically with clients. 

Love isn’t something natural. Rather it requires discipline, concentration, patience, faith and the overcoming of narcissism. It isn’t a feeling, it’s a practice.

Erich Fromm, Psychologist

How does the process work?

How does the process work?

Contact us directly, at the centre that suits you best. You can call or email.

Your assessment

You will be invited to come along to one of the centres for an Our team will book an appointment with you on the phone and ask for a non-refundable deposit of 16.00.  You can change your appointment up to 48 hours beforehand. Within 48 hours, appointments will need to be rebooked with a new deposit.
The assessment is an opportunity for you and your partner to find out more about counselling and to decide if we are the right place for both of you.  We will ask you how we can help and for any information that you think might be important for us to know.  

What happens after our assessment?

If, after your assessment, we find that Renew is the right place for both of you, we will allocate you to a specially trained counsellor. This will depend on both your own availability and the availability of a suitable counsellor. There may be a wait while we find the right counsellor for you. 

 It may be that we discover that we are not the right place to fulfil your needs. If this happens, we will work to signpost or refer you to a more suitable service.  It is important to us that you both get the best support possible. 

about your counselling sessions

Counselling will happen at the same time, in the same place with the same person every week. Counselling sessions usually last about 50 minutes.  

 People come to counselling for varying lengths of time – from 6 weeks to 2 years, depending on what they want to work on.  

 Every session is confidential to the service. This means that nothing will be discussed with anyone outside Renew unless there is risk, and in almost all cases we would want to talk with both of you before disclosing any information to anyone else. 

Paying for your sessions

Funding options will be discussed with both of you, either when you initially contact the centre, or when you speak to the Centre Manager about your initial assessment. 

We are a charity, so we do have some funded services available. We also receive funding from external organisations to support some of the services that we deliver. However, this is not always the case – you may be required to pay what you can afford, starting from £16.00 per session. Our sessions cost us £48.00 to deliver. 

When you get in touch, we will make you both aware of the current funding available and ascertain your eligibility. Where there is no funding, we will work out your contribution towards the cost of counselling.  

You can click below to learn more about how Renew is funded. 

Any questions?

If you’re unsure about any of the information on this page, or would like a further chat before booking your initial assessment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Meet our counsellors

We are proud to employ over 60 skilled counsellors across our centres. Many of our counsellors have individual areas of interest and a wealth of experience.

In line with our ethos, all counsellors are trained to a high professional standard and are registered to/accredited by a recognised professional body, abiding by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Code of Ethics.

Learn more about our counsellors by clicking the link below.