Petal Support Limited

8 Barrack Street

Hamilton, ML3 0DG

Office Hours are:

Monday - Thursday 9pm - 5pm

Friday 9pm - 4pm

01698 324502

Our premises in Hamilton are open from 9.00 am to approx 5.00 pm during week days.

We utilise the services of sessional counsellors, holistic therapists, and psychotherapeutic therapists (delivering NLP, EFT and EMDR).

We work to meet the needs of our staff, by adhering to best practice and professional guidelines and all receive external supervision from BACP (British Association for

Counselling & Psychotherapy) accredited Supervisors on a 4 weekly cycle.

Within this system we also provide limited placement opportunities each year to student counsellors.

Our therapy programmes are scheduled for up to ten to twelve session period where the counsellor and client discuss progress on a week-to- week basis.  The overall amount of sessions are based on ongoing client assessments with the counsellor and Petal Staff. The programme is shortened and or extended based on the goals and achievements of the individual. At the end of the programme clients have the choice to continue with contact through telephone support, social interaction, self-support groups and mentoring.

In response to the recognised need of our younger members we introduced a children and young persons therapy room.  The décor and environment is warm, comfortable with audio, visual, sensory equipment, books, toys and games.  The young people respond well and we will continue to develop both the service and the environment around their identified needs.

Services

  • Adults: One to one Counselling: Telephone Counselling: Volunteers and paid sessional counsellors and therapists dedicate time to each person, using positive and therapeutic techniques to help individuals manage and understand the effects of significant change, loss and grief
  • Families: members receive one to one counselling
  • Suicide Prevention: this is provided when counsellors are concerned with the response and or behaviour of individual clients.  The counsellor use recognised suicide prevention techniques.
  • Hollistic Therapies: supports and enhances progress within the counselling pathway
  • Advocacy: practical advice on a number of aspects: legal process and systems, housing, employment, compensation, dealing with the media
  • Mediation: between clients and employers, education, housing, social security and others.
  • Volunteering: recruitment: training: placement: opportunities

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