Not every patient will want counselling. But if you want someone to talk to before, during or after your treatment, every clinic has either an in-house or associated counsellor ready to listen – and you’re welcome to as many sessions as you need.
Could counselling be for me?
At Care, counselling is available to everyone, and if you’re part of a couple you can choose whether to have sessions together or separately.
Our counselling sessions are an opportunity to talk through your thoughts and feelings, and can be really useful if you’re finding treatment stressful or if you’re feeling anxious. We offer both implications and support counselling; if you’re considering certain types of treatment we’ll encourage you to have implications counselling so you can make sure it’s right for you. No matter your treatment plan, we’ll make sure you have the support you need throughout your journey with us.
The first 3 counselling sessions per cycle are free, subsequent counselling sessions are chargeable.
What does counselling involve?
- There are any concerns about the welfare of any children that might be born as a result of treatment, in which case your counsellor will speak to a member of our medical team with your consent
- Your counsellor has reason to believe there might be a risk of harm to you or others