About the counselling programme
The counselling programme is a seven month therapeutic programme designed to support and challenge men ceasing their violent and/or abusive behaviours. While Everyman Project works with all forms of male violence and abusiveness, the vast majority of men we see come as a result of being violent to their partners.
Every client initially attends an assessment session to determine his suitability for the programme.
Following the assessment, each man attends thirteen weekly one-to-one counselling sessions with a male counsellor, followed by sixteen weekly group counselling sessions.
How much will I have to pay?
The fee for the assessment session is £35.00, low-waged £25.00, £15.00 concessions). The fee for the 29 succeeding counselling sessions will be individually negotiated, based on your income. The minimum concessionary fee is £10.00 per counselling session; the maximum fee is £50.00 per session.
(The fees for agency referrals are £50.00 for the assessment and £50.00 per counselling session.)
When and Where are the counselling sessions?
The sessions are provided either evenings or daytimes, in London SE1(Elephant and Castle Tube), N19(Archway Tube) or East London E18(South Woodford).
As an Organisational Member of BACP we are bound by its Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Ethical Guidelines for Researching Counselling and Psychotherapy (where organisations undertake research) and subject to the Professional Conduct Procedure for the time being in force.