Get in touch

Warwick Gates Community Centre

Cressida Close,

Heathcote,

Warwick.

CV34 6DZ

Tel: 01926 335228

Email: warwickgatescentre@gmail.com

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Centre for relational care

The Centre for Relational Care is a registered charity that offers relational care, counselling and psychotherapy for those who are experiencing difficulties in their lives, which leads them to seek outside help.

What we do

Our team of trained counsellors offer help to all who need it, whatever their age, race, social background or personal beliefs. Counselling is offered in individual, group or family sessions.

We are here to help

Are You Feeling Alone?

Are You Experiencing:

• Family or Relationship difficulties

• Anxiety or Stress

• Depressed Mood

• Bereavement

What We Offer

At CRC we offer relational care and counselling to anyone experiencing difficulties in their lives.

Our counsellors can give help for a wide range of problems which people may face, including relationship issues, depressed mood, anger, grief & loss, addictions, self-esteem issues, sexual, physical & emotional abuse, marriage difficulties.

Contact Us

You can contact us personally, by telephone, email or you may be referred to us by your GP, Solicitor, Health Visitor, Social Worker or other voluntary agencies.


Tel: 01926 430901

Email: heather@relationalcare.co.uk

                www.relationalcare.co.uk

What Happens Next?

Once a referral has been made, you will be invited to attend an initial interview at our centre at Warwick Gates Community Centre with one of our counsellors.

You will be given time to explain your difficulties in a private and confidential setting.  If you wish to pursue further help after this initial interview you may be put onto the waiting list until a counsellor is available who will offer you a series of appointments.

Appointments are offered on weekdays during normal working hours.

Evening appointments are subject to availability.

How Much Does It Cost?

Clients are invited to make donations towards the cost of the counselling provided. The amount will vary according to their ability to pay.  Whilst no one will be refused counselling on the basis of it not being affordable, a minimum donation of £15.00 per session is suggested.