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Introduction to Edinburgh Counselling Agencies List
The Edinburgh Counselling Agencies list exists to make the process of finding suitable counselling support easier and less stressful. It can help people find counselling appropriate to their needs, their locality as well as what they can afford. The list also highlights the likely time that someone might be expected to wait until they can be seen. It also lists a contact name at each respective agency. Please send us feedback about any information that is out of date, or any suggestions to make it more helpful.
|Agency Name||Contact Information||Speciality||Cost (£)||Enabled Access||Waiting List||Contact People|
|24hr Crisis Centre||Tel: 0808 8010414 text: 07974429075|
|A crisis centre for people aged 16 and over resident in Edinburgh|
|Adolescent Substance Use Service (ASUS)||Tel: 0131 556 1527 |
249 High Street
Tel: 0131 529 6700
|Support and treatment for young people experiencing difficulties with drugs, alcohol or novel psychoactive substance use.|
18 or under in/from Edinburgh or East Lothian. Self-referral or by parent/friend/worker.
One-to-one counselling & support
|Free||Enabled Access can be arranged||None||Jayne Reed|
|The Anchor Practice|
Tel: 07833 465430
26 Forth Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3LH
|The Anchor Practice is a specialist mental health clinic providing psychotherapy and clinical psychology for children, adolescents, young adults and families. Set up by highly experienced clinicians, it is based in Edinburgh, with clinical appointments offered in the city.|
The Anchor Practice provides thorough assessment and evidence-based treatment for a wide range of mental health difficulties in children and young people, whilst ensuring our clients are at the heart of all we do.
|fees vary depending on indicated treatment.||Reception
|Arkordia Counselling and Psychotherapy Service ||Based in South Side Centre|
Tel: 07496 155 038
|General counselling to assist individuals to explore and resolve whatever difficulties are being experienced||Negotiated Donations from £10 upwards per session to offer a service available to those on low incomes.||Not available at this address but can be negotiated and arranged elsewhere.||Yes, for appointments call the Tel No or email address indicated.||Quintus Farrell (Chairperson) Pauline McElroy (Administrator)|
|Birthlink Adoption Counselling Centre ||21 Castle Street|
Tel: 0131 225 6441
|Post adoption services for adults with a Scottish connection. Operate Adoption Contact Register for Scotland||Adoption Contact Register £20|
Court process £45
One to one £35 ph
|Although we have no enabled access we are happy to make arrangements to meet elsewhere.||some services have a waiting list||Duty worker|
|Bright Light||Bright Light|
18 York Place
Tel: 0131 556 1527
Fax: 0131 558 9526
Family therapy, young people's therapy (4-18)
*Currently offering Zoom and telephone appointments
|Contributions negociable in line with Income.||Not at Dundas St.|
Access at: Livingston, Sighthill, Dalkeith, and Tranent
|Dependent on client availability||Reception
|CAMHS (Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service)||Royal Edinburgh Hospital|
Tel: 0131 537 6364
Fax: 0131 537 6102
|CAMHS provides psychological, medical and psychosocial assessment and treatment for children and young people with mental health problems. CAMHS aims to promote health and well-being and to prevent relapse by offering a range of individual, family and group approaches. CAMHS teams also offer professional consultation services.|
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health outpatient sector teams cover North Edinburgh(537 6364), South Edinburgh (536 0534), Midlothian and East Lothian and West Lothian) based on GP locality.
The five sector teams have different bases. CAMHS outpatient teams are multi-disciplinary health teams for children and young people up to the age of 18 Years.
Referrals usually come from general practitioners, health visitors, social workers or from schools GP.
(this service does not accept self-referral)
|Free||Yes||Possible waiting list||Reception|
|Confidential Conversations||52 Queens Street|
0845 208 5100 or 0131 225 6028
|Sometimes life presents us with challenging situations that leave us feeling overwhelmed. Work may be the cause of these problems, or our performance at work may suffer because of them. Either way, talking, offloading and exploring issues with a specialist workplace counsellor can have huge benefits.|
At CrossReach we offer a dedicated workplace counselling programme called Confidential Conversations.
If you’re an employee: Confidential Conversations offers you a way to access professional and impartial counselling in a neutral, private setting. You can choose weekly one-to-one counselling sessions, or external supervision here.
If you’re an employer: Confidential Conversations helps you to fulfil your responsibility to look after the health and wellbeing of your staff, as well as improving performance and productivity. It can be offered as part of a wider Employment Assistance Programme (EAP).
|Please contact for pricing||Unable to offer face-to-face at this time||There is a waiting list that varies in length, please contact for latest timescales.||To make a referral or for all enquiries, please email email@example.com or call 0131 225 6028|
|CoCo Counselling||140 Pleasance|
Edinburgh EH8 9RR
07724152557 / 07787000251
|We offer indoor and outdoor person-centred counselling to all clients over 16||We ask all clients for a regular contribution each session based on what they can afford||Rooms are located on the first floor, but access to a ground floor room via a ramp is sometimes available.||We do have a short waiting list, but are usually able to see clients for an initial appointment within a few weeks.||Kate Frazer and Shilpa Balaram|
|Contact Counselling ||Counsellors across the city of Edinburgh|
Tel: 0131 466 4597
Children and Young People's Counselling
Post Natal Depression Counselling
|Depending on income, from £25 - £35 per 60 minute session, Students and Trainee Counsellors £25||No||Fast Response Appointment within 7 days. Ongoing Counselling Immediate.||Roslin Brown
|Crew 2000 ||32 Cockburn Street,|
Tel: 0131 220 3404
|Free counselling for people 18+ concerned about their stimulant and other social drug use, for example cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy or amphetamines. Our counselling is person centred, which means that we work with what feels important to each individual client.||Free||No||Immediate assessment then 2-4 week waiting time ||Reception
|Crossreach Counselling: Lothians ||52 Queen Street|
Tel: 0131 225 6028
|All of our counsellors are either fully qualified or are in the latter stages of their training. They can help you explore your feelings and experiences in a safe and confidential listening environment.||Donation Based||Call to arrange in advance||Currently, CCL’s referral and waitlist are closed. Please contact us to know when they will re-open||To make a referral or for all enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 225 6028|
|Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland ||Great Michael House|
14 Links Place
Phone line monitored by volunteers 9am - 8pm Monday through Friday, and from 1pm - 4pm on the weekends
|Bereavement support for adults and young people|
Currently only online or on the phone*
|Contributions encouraged ||Yes||Dependent on waiting list ||Lynda Keay
|Dove Light Wellbeing||201 Colinton Road|
0131 344 4191
|Holistic person-centred counselling and therapy centre||1:1 cost = £90 for 50 minute session|
Room space for rental = cost on enquiry
|Yes||No waiting list||Alexandria Gibson|
|Edinburgh And Lothian Council on Alcohol ||91 Rose Street|
Tel: 0131 337 8188
|One-to-one counselling for people concerned about their alcohol intake or another's use of alcohol.||Free. Donations welcomed. ||No. One flight of stairs.||4-6 weeks ||Reception|
|Edinburgh Council Social Care and Health||Website|
0131 200 2324
Monday to Thursday 8.30am-5pm
If someone needs urgent social care or you think an adult or child needs protection call Social Care Direct.
0131 200 2324
In the evening and at weekends or public holidays, you can call Emergency Social Work, free of charge from a landline. Your mobile phone provider may charge for 0800 calls.
0800 731 6969
|We assess a person’s needs to decide if we can offer care and support. We have to give priority to people who are at most risk.|
We use eligibility criteria. These let us work out how serious the risk is of you losing your independence if your needs are not met.
We will discuss what support you need if your safety and independence are at high risk. For example, you may be unable to carry out essential personal care tasks, such as bathing and dressing.
Where the risk is lower, we will give you information and advice. This will be the case if you are having some difficulties but can manage most aspects of daily living.
We will need to meet with you to discuss your needs. We will arrange to meet with you in your own home.
|Edinburgh Institute for Counselling and Psychotherapy ||EICP operates from various locations throughout the city: Leith, City Centre and Southside|
Tel: 0131 667 5251
|Individual and couple counselling.|
Counselling and Psychotherapy for individuals.
|No||No waiting list. Fairly flexible appointment times (evening/weekend appointments possible)||EICP
|Edinburgh Women's Aid||4 Cheyne Street|
Tel: 0131 315 8110 / 0131 315 8111
|No Counselling but listening and Information Service||Free||Yes||Drop in Service and Helpline – details on our website Website||Helpline – 0131 315 8110|
|FENIKS Counselling, Personal Development and Support Services Ltd||151 London Road|
Phone: 07510 122 425
Landline:0131 629 1881
|Provides individual and couples' counselling and psychotherapy in Polish and English for the Central-Eastern European community in Edinburgh||Fast Track-paid- from £35 per session, couples £60|
Standard Track - donation - for people in difficult circumstances
|Yes||Fast Track - about 2 months|
Standard Track - about 10-12 months
|Kiro Zabinska-MacIntyre, Mental Health Services Manager
Magda Czarnecka, Chief Executive Officer
|Gingerbread Edinburgh & Lothian Project Ltd ||c/o Tollcross Primary School|
Tel: 0131 478 1391 / 07825 925 846
|We provide an information/advice service, After school Care Clubs in Dalry,Lorne, St Cuthberts and Tollcross Primary School also school holiday playschemes and cover for In-Service days (open to everyone) and counselling for lone parent families.||Costs only for childcare services||Yes||None||Carol Anne Janice/ Janice Reid
|Health All Round ||24 Westfield Avenue|
Tel: 0131 337 1376
|Drop-in/self-referral for short term counselling.|
Gorgie/Dalry and wide surrounding area.
Registration for the service is during drop in times, 2-4pm on Mondays, 10am-2pm on Wednesdays.
|Daytime Counselling & CBT|
Cost: Donation if unemployed, £10 on benefits, £15 if working part-time, £25 if working full-time.
Evening Counselling and CBT:
Cost: £25 per session
Fast-track counselling service:
Cost: £40 per session
|Yes||Daytime Counselling & CBT|
Waiting time is approx. 6 months.
Evening Counselling and CBT: Waiting time is approx. 4
Fast-track counselling service:
Waiting time about 2 weeks (when the service is open)
|Catriona Windle (Project co-ordinator)
Maysoon Sutherland for counselling/CBT services
|Health in Mind||40 Shandwick Place|
Tel: 0131 225 8508
|Resolve counselling – for adults living in Scotland. It's a social enterprise meaning people’s contributions go directly back into our mental health and wellbeing charity, Health in Mind.|
Craigmillar counselling – this is a general counselling service for people living in Greater Craigmillar, who are finding life difficult to cope with and would like some emotional support.
Counselling for Survivors of Sexual abuse – this offers support for up to six months and is for people aged 18 years and over who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse living in the Edinburgh area.
Counselling for adult male survivors of sexual abuse – this offers counselling for up to six months for men aged 18 years and over who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse living in the East Lothian and Midlothian areas.
Lothian Deaf Counselling – this is a counselling service for those aged 18 or over who are Deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or deafblind throughout Lothian.
Trauma counselling – this is for people in Edinburgh who have experienced childhood sexual abuse.
Telephone Counselling Line Scotland – telephone counselling for adults anywhere in Scotland who have experienced any type of childhood abuse, including emotional abuse and childhood neglect.
|Resolve counselling - £50 for one hour appointment.|
All other counselling services are free.
|No, but alternative arrangements can be made.||No waiting list|
Free services: Variable, depending on demand.
|Liz Trodden for Counselling services:
|Hope Counselling Service||CCE King's Hall|
41 South Clerk Street
Mobile: 07395 906371
Phone: 0131 466 8992
|We are a church-based service with counsellors of Christian faith, and we welcome clients of other faiths or no faith. ||We charge £40 per session, with reduced-fee spaces available.||No||Our waiting times are very short. Assessments happen soon after initial contact and then the wait for counselling tends to be up to 4 weeks. ||Kelly Stewart|
|Hope Park Counselling centre ||8 Hope Park Square|
Tel: 0131 650 6696
|Individual Counselling for Adults in Edinburgh||Contribution £2- £30 per session and initial appointment ||None||Waiting times: Estimated 11 weeks for daytime appointments and 3 months for evening appointments||Practice managers: Jo Hilton and Patrick Joyce|
|LGBT Health & Wellbeing Counselling Service ||LGBT Health & Wellbeing|
9 Howe Street
Tel: 0131 523 1100
|One to one counselling/psychotherapy for LGBT people.|
Therapeutic workshops and group work.
|Free (Donations welcome) ||No||Currently Approx 3 months ||Claire Black|
2c New Mart Road,
Telephone: 0330 303 0302
|We are committed to positively supporting people to overcome the negative impacts on their lives of ill-health, poverty, inequality and isolation.|
We offer various types of support - it can be practical, emotional or it can facilitate personal development and community inclusion.
The types of support we can offer include:
help with practical tasks such as budgeting, shopping and cooking
help and advice with rent, benefits and utilities
support with some aspects of personal care
help with maintaining good physical and mental health
emotional support with issues such as low self-esteem or confidence
support to develop the skills needed to access a range of training, education, employment and volunteering opportunities
help to address drug, alcohol or gambling addictions
support to build relationships with others and participate in their communities
|Counselling not available. Contact us for further information about the services we offer.|
|Lothian Sexual Health, NHS Lothian||2A Chalmers Street|
Tel: 0131 536 1070
|Lothian Sexual Health provides reliable and straightforward information about sexual health & services for people in Lothian.|
You can access support, services and information on contraception, pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (STI) and sexual problems.
You can find out more about the clinics provided in Chalmers Sexual Health Centre including the new drop-in service for under 19's Healthy Respect+
Walk -in (no appointment needed) If you have symptoms or you feel that the problem is urgent and can't wait, you may come to our walk-in clinic. Our walk-in clinic is open 8.30am-10.00am Monday - Friday (this is a very busy clinic that rapidly gets full. Later arrivals are interviewed by one of our nurses who will add urgent cases to the day's list. Patients with less significant problems may be asked to try again on another day). Are you Under 16? Drop-in clinic times - Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 7pm and Friday 8.30 - 3.30pm - Young People (only) drop-in - Friday 1-3pm
|Mental Health Assessment Service ||Royal Edinburgh Hospital|
Tel: 0131 537 6000
|Emergency mental health assessment service.||Free||Yes||24-hour service |
|Midlothian Young People’s Advice Service (MYPAS) ||Tolbooth Hall|
176 High Street
Tel: 0131 454 0757
Fax: 0131 454 0844
|Generic counselling and Art Therapy within Midlothian for young people ages 12-18; |
Self-referral or by agreement with young person.
|Free||Call to arrange in advance.||12-20 weeks All new referrals offered initial meeting within 2 weeks.||Dave Evans (Manager)
|North East Edinburgh Counselling Service ||31 Haddington Place|
Tel: 0131 557 4478
|Adults resident in North East Edinburgh area. |
General counselling service.
We also offer a service for 16-25 year olds at risk of harm.
|Sessions provided by individually agreed voluntary contribution or free of charge as required||No. We are up a series of 6 outside steps.||Variable depending on which service chosen, also demand||Acting manager: Stewart Wilson|
|One Parent Families Scotland ||2 York Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3EP|
Tel: 0131 556 3899
Helpline for single parents in Scotland, providing free advice, information and support.
Freephone: 0808 801 0323
|We offer a free Counselling service for single parents in Edinburgh. At the moment this is available only on Fridays. To inquire, please, contact our main line.||Free||N/A||None||Eleni MacLean
Counselling Services Support Worker
|Wellbeing Scotland||14 Bank Street Alloa, FK10 1HP|
01324 630 100
| A range of holistic services for people whose life circumstances have had an impact on their wellbeing. The service offer counselling, advocacy, befriending, groups, EMDR. There are specialist services for survivors of abuse and people with mental health issues. There are wellbeing and counselling in schools services for children and young people. The service supports all ages.||Free||No||Variable, depending on demand. Currently 2-3 months estimated||Administration team|
|PF Counselling Service ||8 Balcarres Street,|
Tel: 0131 447 0876
Individuals over the age of 18.
|No set fee. Contribution negotiated and encouraged based on what client genuinely can afford.||Yes||Yes||Reception|
|PF Young Adults Service||8 Balcarres Street,|
Tel: 0131 447 0876
|Short term counselling (12 weeks up to one year) for young adults aged 18-25. SATURDAYS ONLY.||No set fee.|
Contribution negotiated and encouraged based on what client genuinely can afford.
|Postnatal Depression Services ||Main Office:|
3 Boswell Road
PND Centres also at:
Palmerston Place, East Edinburgh
Tel: 0131 538 7288
Fax: 0131 552 2319
|Counselling & support for families with a baby under 2 years of age where a parent suffers from Postnatal Depression.|
Individual, Group & Couples Counselling.
With crèche facilities at all locations
|Sliding scale with £10 min charge. NB. No one will be turned away due to inability to contribute.||Yes||Initial assessment, usually within 2 weeks. Group places frequently available. Waiting List for individual counselling, 6-8 weeks depending on requirement. ||Tessa Haring
|Pregnancy Counselling & Care (Scotland)||122 Giles Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6BZ|
Telephone - 0131 557 2060
Email - email@example.com
|One-to-one counselling for issues relating to pregnancy or early parenthood, including miscarriage, stillbirth, infertility, termination, perinatal anxiety and depression. |
*Currently only working online
|Free (donations welcome)||No||Between 2 and 8 weeks||Emilie Rousseau|
|Saheliya||125 McDonald Road,|
Tel: 556 9302
Fax: 0131 476 8429
|Individual Counselling and Art Therapy for Black and Minority Ethnic girls/women aged 12 plus in different BME languages. Free Crèche||Free. Donations welcome.||Yes||Variable, depending on demand.||Keiko Ota
|Samaritans||Tel: 116 123 |
Call us free from any phone, day or night, 365 days a year
25 Torphichen St
Response time 24 hours
|It can be helpful to call ahead and arrange a time to come in. Check opening times via the website.||Free||Yes||None|
|Simpson House Counselling and Recovery Service ||52 Queen Street |
Tel: 225 6028/ 225 1054
|Speciality Our Counselling & Recovery team provide support to those over the age of 16 who are affected by their own or someone else’s past or present drug use. |
Managing Thoughts Feelings and Behaviours:
Counselling & Recovering clients are offered Managing Thoughts Feelings and Behaviours, formally known as Recovery Appointments, which are structured and focused 30 minute sessions using CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) and REBT (rational emotive behaviour therapy) tools to explore issues which may be affecting their day to day life. Many clients have 6 sessions before moving on to counselling, which can be more in depth and opened ended. .
- Self Referral
- Donation Based
A space for one person to explore their thoughts and feelings about the way their life is affected by another’s drug use and concerns related to that e.g. relationships, loss, anger, stress, guilt, shame, self-esteem, fear, anxiety, understanding addiction and drugs.
- Self Referral
- Donation Based
Managing Anxiety Using Self Compassion - a course designed to help you learn more about anxiety and find coping tools to build confidence and resilience. - 6 weeks
- Contact: Liz Forrester & Paul Nicholson - 0131 225 6028
Group: A Life Worth Living
A group for people who are learning to survive but also want a life worth living.
- Contact: Liz Forrester & Paul Nicholson - 0131 225 6028 firstname.lastname@example.org
|: Donation Based|
Criteria: living in Edinburgh - please enquire for specific postal codes, affected by their own or someone else's past or present drug use.
|Yes. Must be arranged in advance||Self-referrals only. There is a waiting list that varies in length, please contact for latest timescales.||To make a referral or for all enquiries, please email email@example.com or call 0131 225 6028|
|Simpson House Sunflower Garden||52 Queen Street |
Tel: 225 6028/ 220 2488
|Sunflower Garden supports children/young people aged 5-18 whose parents/carers are suffering from drug & or alcohol misuse. |
Family Outreach Service
- in partnership with Circle Harbour Project to provide support across Edinburgh for families affected by drug/alcohol use.
- Sunflower provides 1:1 therapeutic support to children/young people on an outreach basis, usually in school.
Individual Counselling & Art Therapy
Counselling based at Simpson House.
- for those affected by alcohol use in their families
- generally held on Monday afternoons but can vary. Please enquire for more information
|Free||Yes. Must be arranged in advance||There is a waiting list that varies in length, please contact for latest timescales.||To make a referral or for all enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 225 6028|
|Talk and Grow||Email: email@example.com|
Tel: 0131 610 7551
|Our goal is to make the process of finding a counsellor easier for clients by offering a three-step booking system, that involves a "matching tool" in which we ask a series of questions that will lead you to a counsellor that suits you. We believe that finding a counsellor should be simple, especially if you are in a difficult place when searching for one. The world of therapy can be a bit daunting if you don’t know what to look for, so we want to help.||£35-£65||Some of our counsellors do have enabled access, this will be stated in their profiles.||All of our counsellors update their availability monthly, there is currently no waiting list if a counsellor is currently unavailable, it would be a case of re-visiting the website monthly to check availability for that particular firstname.lastname@example.org|
|TalkTime Scotland ||Norton Park Conference Centre Albion Rd |
Edinburgh EH7 5QY
Tel: 07774 210104
|We offer free counselling to young people aged 12-25 who are either physically disabled or have a long-term physical health condition. This can be in person or by phone or video link.||Free, donations welcome ||Yes||None||Seonaid Cooke
|Tara Trust Edinburgh ||12 Marchhall Crescent|
Tel: 0131 667 3723
|General Counselling/Stress Management/Tara Rokpa Psychotherapy - Individual and Groups||Charges vary according to the counsellor||No waiting list ||Lesley Hammond
|The Health Agency||Wester Hailes Healthy Living Centre|
30 Harvesters Way
Anyone wishing to access counselling should call the reception on 0131 453 9400 and ask to be put on the counselling waiting list.
Email: For further information, email FionaP@thehealthagency.org.uk
|Person-Centred Counselling - 12 weekly sessions. |
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - 16 weekly sessions.
Accessible to individuals aged 16 years upwards living in South West Edinburgh
|Free||Yes||Yes. One to one crisis intervention available if needed prior to counselling.||Fiona Partington|
|The Junction |
people, health & wellbeing in Leith.
|Face to face counselling postponed due to Covid 19.|
82-86 Great Junction Street
Tel: 0131 553 0570
|Due to Covid19 restrictions, our current support services are on hold including counselling, open-access and outreach. |
What we are able to offer are;
* Continuous 1:1 support with current clients (via phone instead
of face to face).
* NEW: Digital Drop-in (digital version of our face-to-face drop-in). Free and
confidential emotional or well-being support via phone, email, text or Whatsapp
(instead of face-to-face) for 30 minutes a time. YP aged 12-21 in all of Edinburgh can
request support by texting or phoning 07758348850 or emailing our support line at email@example.com and we will get back to them to arrange a time to talk. Please see our website, Facebook or Instagram for updates.
|Free||Yes||Due to the changes in circumstances with Covid19 the following |
services are on hold:
* Counselling is postponed
* Face to face drop-in and walk-in services are closed
* We are now closed for new referrals
|The Next Chapter||10 William Street|
0131 467 4044
|General counselling for people aged 16 and over to explore life’s challenges and address personal difficulties. Reduced fee counselling available for up to 26 sessions per person||Negotiated fees in line with income, starting at £10 per session||Ground floor counselling room available but no accessible WC||Waiting list for both full-fee and reduced-fee places. The wait time varies between around 2 weeks to 4 months.||Fiona Armstrong|
|The Spark||1st Floor, 3 Rutland Square, Edinburgh|
We have 15 centres across Scotland.
Appointments Telephone: 0808 802 0050
The Relationship Helpline: 0808 802 2088
|A well-established charity in Scotland delivering a range of relationship support, education and counselling services||£45 per session|
Cost is flexible based on couples/individuals financial circumstances, we make sure cost is never a barrier to counselling.
|No||We can generally accommodate clients in 1 – 2 weeks across all centres||Appointments Team|
|The Stafford Centre ||103 Broughton Street|
Tel: 557 0718
Fax: 478 7119
|Counselling service closed as of 2019. Drop-in centre for adults with mental health problems. |
Offers information, support, group and recreational activities.
|Free||Limited||Appointments by referral and self referral.||Reception|
|The Whole Works ||Jackson’s Close,|
209 Royal Mile,
Tel: 0131 225 8092
A variety of counselling approaches available.
One hour initial consultation to determine appropriate support.
|£45-£60; concessions available with some practitioners ||No.||Initial Consultation within the week. Possible waiting for first appointment.||Reception|
|VOCAL Edinburgh Carers’ Hub||60 Leith Walk|
Tel: 0131 622 6666
|Counselling for carers in Edinburgh and across the Lothians.||Sessions provided by individually agreed voluntary contribution, or free of charge if income is very limited. ||Yes||Intake / assessment appointment within 2 weeks. Usually a waiting list for counselling of 2-3 months. ||Lorraine Mackenzie
|Wellspring||13 Smith's Place|
Tel: 0131 553 6660
|Psychotherapy for individuals and families.||Fees negotiable by income level. Minimum £25. ||No access but sessions can be arranged at another venue.||As of August 2019, the waiting list for our core service (fees based on a sliding scale according to income) is now up to 14 weeks.||Agata Zdzieblowska and Gemma Bryant|