A high quality, confidential counselling service.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update March 2021:
We are operating as normal remotely but unfortunately are not currently in a position to accept new referrals.
Please check back regularly here or monitor the CrossReach Twitter Page for information on when new enquiries are once again possible.
If you are looking for support during this time iThrive have useful information on their website.
For all administrative queries please contact: email@example.com
If you require immediate support, please either contact your GP, or Breathing Space on 088 838 587, Or The Samaritans on 116 123.
Welcome to CrossReach Counselling Lothians, Edinburgh.
9.00 am - 8.00 pm
(Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)
If you’re going through a difficult time, all our counsellors are trained to help you explore your feelings and experiences in a safe and confidential environment.
Appointments are usually weekly and last up to 60 minutes. We’ll discuss the day, time and frequency of these sessions with you when we first meet.
There’s no fixed charge for counselling, but we do ask for a weekly donation for your counselling at whatever level you can afford.
"I would recommend CrossReach Counselling due to my positive experience with my counsellor and the friendly, welcoming staff ..it's excellent. Please just keep doing what you're doing."
"Many thanks for your continued support with our child - we really feel it has made a difference and they have made it clear they want to continue."
If you have any questions or want to make an appointment, please get in touch.
Call 0131 552 8901
Recruitment News: We are recruiting a Senior Counsellor to join the team on a part-time basis and work at our offices in Edinburgh and Prestonpans, and from home. This is an exciting opportunity to collaborate closely with four additional CrossReach Counselling Services based in the East of Scotland. To find out more please visit our career page here.
CrossReach Counselling: Lothians has gained COSCA Recognition and adheres to COSCA’s Statement of Ethics and Code of Practice. All our practitioners are either, qualified and registered with a PSA-recognised professional body, or in the process of gaining their qualification. The PSA, or Professional Standards Authority, assesses organisations that register health and social care practitioners (e.g. BACP, COSCA, BAAT, UKCP) so that you can choose a practitioner to meet your needs with confidence.