Crossline offers short term or open-ended counselling on a one to one basis for individuals or couples within a confidential and safe environment.
There is an initial assessment to see if we can help with your problem, and it is also an opportunity for you to ask questions and decide whether Crossline suits your needs. The assessor also decides who will be the most appropriate counsellor for you.
Crossline has Qualified Counsellors who have received professional training at a recognised college or university and have obtained either a Diploma, BA or Masters in Counselling Therapy. All our qualified counsellors are either on the ACC (Association of Christian Counsellors) or BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) Register of Counsellors and accredited by The Professional Standards Authority Health and Social Care. Some of these counsellors are also accredited with either the ACC or the BACP.
Crossline also have Student Counsellors who are currently in training working towards either an Advanced Diploma, BA or Masters in Counselling Therapy. Every student has obtained their 'Fitness to Practice' letter from their respective training colleges prior to counselling clients. All students are closely supervised by experienced supervisors.
Continued professional development (CPD) is mandatory and this is encouraged by Crossline to enhance counsellor practice to maintain a high standard.
Supervision is mandatory for all counsellors to ensure safe practice and they have regular supervision with our trained supervisors. Our supervisors are BACP accredited and have obtained Postgraduate Qualifications in Clinical Supervision.