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The Counselling & Family Centre - Family Support

Family Counselling is very flexible, it has to be as every situation and every family is unique.

Family counselling can help when siblings are not getting on, when parents are finding teenage behaviour a real struggle, when a new baby arrives, when there is there is divorce or separation, when there has been loss of contact between a parent and a child,  when there is illness, death or change in the normal routines. Any number of situations can cause difficulties and disharmony.

Family counselling can also be useful for adult siblings and when there are splits and conflicts in any adult family relationships. You may be having difficulties with your grown up daughter or son. There may be problems with in-law relationships. Wherever help is need the only criteria is that you are related to each other.

To access Family Counselling, one of your family members needs to contact our centre on behalf of all those intending to come for an assessment. The receptionist will need information about each person coming for the first appointment.

Who to contact

0161 941 7754
0161 941 7782
Related Organisation
The Counselling & Family Centre

Where to go

Name of Venue
The Counselling & Family Centre
Venue Address
Mayors Road
WA15 9RP
Venue Notes

Free parking is available outside the centre and we're just a short walk from Altrincham Interchange (bus station/train station/tram stop/taxi rank).

Our centre is set by Stamford Park, a tranquil environment just outside Altrincham town centre.

When is it on?

Days & Times
Monday to Thursday 9am to 9pm, Friday 9am to 4pm, Saturday 10am-1pm

Who is it for?


How to use this service

Referral Required?
Cost Information
We offer a free assessment and up to 8 free counselling sessions for those from households with a low income. Otherwise sessions are between £5 and £45 per session depending on income.

How accessible is this service?

Further Details

Full disabled accessibilty

Counselling at CFC is open ended, meaning you can attend for as long as you like. Each session lasts for about an hour and you will see the same counsellor each week.

Last updated date:
19 November 2018


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