Counselling, health and wellbeing support

Here for you

We offer mental health counselling, health advice workshops and wellbeing support, because we know how difficult it can be to look after your mind and body. You might be feeling lonely, anxious, frustrated, or maybe you are feeling worried about your finances or work. 

Our Wellbeing Service for deaf people is made up of: 

  • Counselling 
  • Befriending 
  • Health & Wellbeing events 
Health & wellbeing events

We offer a range of health & wellbeing events through the year. These range from talks on important health information and mental health support groups to social events to combat isolation. 


We offer confidential counselling to support you through difficult times. Remember it is ok to feel a bit worried, scared or sad. Sharing your concerns and talking with someone about the current situation can make a huge difference, and that is what counselling is for.  

Communicating in your first language is very important, so our fully qualified Counsellors can deliver sessions in either BSL or English. 

Our counselling service is primarily designed for BSL users, but referrals from the wider deaf community can be considered on a case-by-case basis.   

The counselling sessions are usually done through Zoom, FaceTime or other video calling software, but in-person sessions can be discussed upon request for clients living in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Glasgow.   

Contact us

If you or someone you know would benefit from this service, or would like to find out more about our events, you can contact us on the details below. Alternatively, you can fill out the referral form and we’ll be in touch.

07792 941 629 (text only)

Thank you to our funders

This service is made possible thanks to funding from Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, Glasgow City Council, The Barbet Trust, and Hollyhock Charitable Foundation. 

Wellbeing services referral form
Full Name
Are you referring yourself, or another person? *
Full name
Does the person being referred live in Scotland? *
How can we contact the person being referred? *
What is the best way to contact them? *
Preferred language *

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