Useful links

Professional Organisations

The UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
The UKCP is the UK’s leading professional body for the education, training and accreditation of psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors.

The British Psychoanalytic
The BPC is a professional association and voluntary regulator of the psychoanalytic psychotherapy profession.

The British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)
The BACP is a membership organisation and a registered charity that sets standards for therapeutic practice and provides information for therapists, clients of therapy, and the general public.

Local Counselling Organisations

Redhill Counselling Centre (RCC)


CPF Counselling

Organisations which offer a reduced fee scheme (for those wishing to attend therapy between 2-5 times per week)

The Society of Analytical Psychology (SAP)

The British Psychotherapy Foundation (BPF)

The Guild of


Mental Health Services

Mind is a mental health charity which provides help and support to those with mental health problems.

Rethink –
Rethink give advice and information on mental illness and are the largest national voluntary sector provider of mental health services and support groups.
Sane is a leading UK mental health charity which endeavors to improve quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness.

Drug and Alcohol Services

Frank –
‘Talk to Frank’ gives friendly, confidential advice on drugs. The site includes an A to Z list of substances, explains appearance and use of drugs and their effects, discusses health risks and the chances of getting hooked and UK law. It also includes information on peer pressure.

Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care –
Support and information to drug and alcohol users, their families and friends.

SAdAS stands for Southern Addictions Advisory Service. They offer help and advice on all issues surrounding drug and alcohol addiction, as well as support groups and email counselling.

Alcoholics Anonymous –
Support for those who recognise that they have a drink problem. Find local AA meetings, read other people’s experiences and request an AA starter pack.

Drinkline –
Drinkline is an advice and information line for anyone who wants more information about alcohol, local services that can help or simply to talk about drinking and alcohol issues.

Carer Services

A charity offering help, advice and support to carers

Action for Carers
Enabling carers to have a voice and realise a life outside caring

Surrey Young
Offer a range of support to young carers under 18

My Time for Young Carers
Provide fun activities for young carers aged between 7 and 13 who live in and around Epsom and Ewell and Mole Valley.

Domestic Violence Services

Provides a range of services which offer emotional and practical support to people and their children who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.

Surrey Against Domestic
Offers help and support for anyone in the county affected by domestic abuse.

Bereavement Services

Cruse Bereavement
Support after the death of someone close

Charity that offers support to young people who have experienced bereavement.
Charity working to support children and young people through trauma, loss and bereavement.