Help to Heal

Welcome to Help to Heal. If you're looking for professional support you'll be able to find a counsellor by using our search bar or via our therapist directory. Help to Heal is a service offering a bridge between counsellors and people seeking help.

Find a Counsellor
Search our counselling directory to find counsellors and therapists local to you.

Help and Support
Read about some of the issues that psychotherapy can help with.

Types of Counselling
We offer breakdowns of the most common approaches to therapy and counselling.

Helplines
Helplines and charities which offer confidential, professional support.

Help to Heal Blog
Read our blog for the latest developments in the field of psychotherapy.

Counsellor Sign up
Sign up to our counsellor directory to promote your practice online.

Counselling Resources and Information

Find counselling with the assistance of Help to Heal. We feature a large counsellor directory listing practitioners all over the UK, who are qualified to offer support and guidance on a wide range of issues. 

Help to Heal also includes a section which explains the numerous counselling methods and techniques. The history, origins and practice of each counselling approach are explained with a description of how they are used to address common problems.

Our Help and Support section features information about some of the problems that counselling can help to confront and overcome. Help-lines, websites and other related resources are also included for each different issue.

As well as information about counselling services, we've included a Helplines section for those looking for more immediate support. There are also further details about some of the main counselling organisations and professional bodies in the United Kingdom.

Social Media

Visitors can also keep up-to-date with the latest developments in the fields of mental health with our Counselling Blog. It's regularly updated with posts about modality-specific articles which are then posted, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+. Alernatively, if you'd like updates sent directly to your browser click the orange feed icon to subscribe.

If you'd like to stay informed about events in psychotherapy and counselling, then follow us on Twitter. Our feed is intended for both practitioners and seekers of support and has over 1000 followers already!

For more articles and information about psychotherapy from around the world, check out our Pinterest page - it's full of pins about the various counselling theories and their application. For those unfamiliar with Pinterest, just think of it as one big scrap-book!