The BACP- British Association For Counselling and Psychotherapy www.bacp.co.uk soon to visit the Just Talk Campaign in Sudbury Suffolk Monday 21st January 2019
Glenda D Roberts is also the Founder and CEO of The Just Talk Campaign. We have been very busy creating a new home for the Just Talk Campaign, our governing body the BACP will be visiting The Just Talk Campaign on Monday 21 January 2019 to interview us, talk to our team, clients, and trainee counsellors about our new concept service shop and counselling café we have created! We are pioneers of this new concept of positive change. #Ubuntu
The BACP are the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy our governing body who regulate counselling and psychotherapy in the UK. The purpose if their visit is understand how our new service shop and counselling café concept work. They will be interviewing our team as well as members of the public about our new service. Their findings will be published in Therapy Today, (March Edition) their publication is distributed to 47,000 BACP Members.
As it stands we are working in collaboration with 9 universities from London, Essex and Suffolk providing placements to student counsellors.
Would you like to be involved? then please contact us here: email@example.com to find out more details.
For those of you who are not yet up to speed, The Just Talk Campaign is a registered charity, charity Number 1175216: Set up in Sudbury as a low cost service to help with the rising number of suicides in the local area. They offer counselling with a trainee counsellor on placement with The Just Talk Campaign. With the recent move to The Borehamgate Shopping Precinct in Sudbury, they have created the first of it’s kind! A service shop and confidential counselling café, the idea of the service shop is to create an inviting space, so that people age 18 plus can pop into our shop to make an appointment, to have a counselling assessment. The assessment will then take place with qualified counsellor, who will assess the clients suitability to see a trainee counsellor. Clients are advised that this process could take a few months whilst a trainee prepares. Clients are also given the choice during the assessment, if they would like to engage in therapy in our confidential counselling café or a private room. It is totally the clients choice to decided between having counselling in the confidential counselling café or a confidential room within the space. Only clients, trainee counsellors, trained counsellors and staff of the Just Talk Campaign are permitted in this space, everyone using this space has signed a confidentiality statement and a disclaimer. Clients will be made aware of respecting confidentiality and will be offered a soft drink, tea/coffee for a small donation to be made for this service. Please see The Just Talk Campaign gallery to view there wonderful service shop and counselling café. CLICK HERE