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FCS Talking Therapies

Have you seen your GP or Doctor and they have recommended you see a counsellor and get some therapy? 


FCS Talking Therapies (Faversham Counselling Service Ltd) is one of the free NHS funded talking therapy and counselling services available in Kent and Medway. 


These services are open to everyone aged from 17+ in the Canterbury & Coastal areas and 18+ in the Swale area.


Are you feeling stressed or depressed or anxious?  Or struggling with a phobia, eating disorder or addiction?  Or if you are looking for someone to help you through a difficult time in life, maybe a friend or relative has died or you’re struggling with fertility or if you have lost your job?  Talking therapies can help all sorts of people in many different situations.  Talking therapies is for anyone who is going through a bad time or who has emotional problems they can’t sort out on their own.


You can refer yourself into this free service and see an NHS funded therapist.


FCS Talking Therapies (Faversham Counselling Service Ltd):


Appointments are available  Monday to Saturday from 9.00am to 8.00pm. 


FCS Talking Therapies (Faversham Counselling Service Ltd) provide counselling and support for common mental health problems; anxiety, low mood, low self-esteem, stress, trauma, phobias and anger, as well as problems with regards to relationships, work or debt.    There are several talking therapies providers in your area so if one has a waiting list why not try another therapy provider go to our list of local NHS Talking Therapy providers which you can find on our NHS Counselling and Therapy page. This service was provided as part of the IAPT programme, to find out more about IAPT go to: www.iapt.nhs.uk.

Who to contact

Telephone
01795 591019
E-mail
admin@favershamcounselling.co.uk
Website
https://www.fcstalkingtherapies.org

Where to go

Address
10 Gatefield Lane
Faversham
Postcode
ME13 8NX

Other Details

Referral required?
No

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