Psychotherapy and Counselling at the WTC
A therapist will listen thoughtfully, in confidence and without judgment, to your feelings, needs and life experience.
Our therapists work with a wide range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, bereavement and stress-related problems. We have a particular understanding of the trauma of childhood and adult abuse, with years of experience supporting women to talk about and recover from the emotional consequences of relationships in which they have suffered violation.
We emphasise honesty, openness, understanding and compassion, in the context of a respectful and caring therapeutic relationship which supports each woman to be who she truly is, rather than who others expect her to be.
Our hope – and our experience – is that the therapeutic work brings healing of past hurt and the strength and courage to move forward towards a full, satisfying life with a deeper sense of self-confidence.
Services to Agencies and Professionals
The WTC also provides team development, training, and supervision services for agency staff whose work has a direct impact on the safety, security and welfare of women and children.