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Dove Christian Counselling
At this time we are facing a serious finanacial crisis. We are therefore asking supporters to consider a one-off donation or regular monthly gift however big or small.
As an organisation, we thank God for His provision and the regular support we receive. We are very grateful to those of you who are already giving. We continue to seek to honour God through our work and our tithes.
If you feel that you would be able to support us in this way, please contact our Administrator by email or phone.
Thank you for taking the time to read this appeal.
Helping You to Help Others
Dove is presenting a two-day course in East Dunbartonshire on the 29th and 30th April. The purpose of this course is to help equip and enable you to help others to a place of healing and restoration in their lives. Click here for more information
**Training Information for Churches and Organisations:- We can tailor packages to suit your requirements. please see our training page for further information**
Information about Dove Christian Counselling:-
Who are we?
Dove is a charitable organisation providing face-to-face counselling based on Biblical principles.
What is Counselling?
- a safe place to explore your thoughts, feelings and struggles
- an aid to personal and spiritual growth
- an opportunity to have an honest look at your life in a supported environment
Who is it for?
Individuals, couples and families experiencing a range of problems and difficulties.
Who does it help?
We deal with most problems and issues and the following list is an example of some of the things that people seek help with. The list is not exhaustive and therefore please don't hesitate to contact us if your problem is not mentioned here.
- depression and anxiety
- sexual issues
- marital problems
- eating disorders
- spiritual issues
- abuse in its various forms
How does it work?
We operate with a waiting list most of the time so when you contact us, we will take your details and put you on the list. When you are next on the list a counsellor will contact you and arrange for you to come in for an assessment appointment. This appointment allows the counsellor to evaluate your needs and assess if he or she can help. It also allows you to get to know the counsellor and the service and decide if you wish to continue to come for counselling. If counselling is proceeding you will receive an information pack which includes a statement of agreement between you and your counsellor. you will then be given your next appointment date and time.
Counselliing days and times
At the moment our counselling days are Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Counselling appointment times are 9.30am; 11.30am; 2.00pm and 3.30pm.
What happens next?
You will normally see your counsellor in regular fortnightly sessions of around one hour.
What is the cost?
There is no fixed charge for counselling but contributions are welcomed. No-one will be refused counselling for lack of money.
How are we financed?
We are dependent upon the financial support of individuals and trusts. This support really does make a difference to people's lives. If you would like to support our work financially we would love to hear from you. We also welcome ongoing financial support from friends and former clients. Your contribution helps us to provide counselling for those who are unable to contribute due to circumstances.
How do I contact you?
Just click on our contact details above and you will be directed to a page with our address, phone number and e-mail address.
Scottish Charity No: SC 017759