Mental Health Counsellor

Mental health counsellors work with individuals, couples, families and groups to identify and treat mental illness or emotional disorders. They use a number of different counselling techniques to help clients explore personal issues and identify underlying problems. Counsellors also offer advice and guidance on a range of issues related to emotional well-being, including stress management, family relationships, substance abuse, aging, parenting and career decisions.


In some provinces and territories, mental health counsellors may also be called behavioural therapists or clinical counsellors.


The primary role of the mental health counsellor is to engage clients in the therapeutic process. Once engaged, they help the client explore their thoughts, feelings and behaviours through various counselling techniques. By understanding how past events or experiences have affected them, clients can learn how to make changes that might lead to a more fulfilling life.


Here at Tea of Therapy we have a working process called SAC - Safe environment. Awareness and understanding of mental health. Finally, Connections, building that therapeutic relationship of trust and connecting with emotions.


When working with us at Tea of Therapy we do all the hard work for you, we provide you with a qualified counselling professional. Within that we will make sure they have the adequate qualifications and skill set to work in this capacity, followed by all ID and DBS. We will send you the following templates: Referral forms, concept forms, half term feedback, closing case notes and Evaluation form.


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Tea of Therapy is currently in operation in London & Suffolk. We have counsellors all over the UK that what to support students with their mental health and wellbeing. Feel free to contact us on 07845184100 or email us hello@teaoftherapy.com


What is a mental health counsellor
Mental Health Counsellor