Information for clients.
Swansea University provides confidential individual counselling sessions for staff off campus with professionally trained, experienced counsellors and therapists. All counsellors adhere to a professional code of ethics and practice.
We are committed to protecting the health, safety and welfare of our employees and provide this service to assist in dealing with issues both within and external to the workplace.
Our Counselling Service is inclusive and open to staff of all backgrounds, including LGBT + staff , disabled staff, pregnant staff, parents and carers, as well as staff of all genders, ages, ethnicities, nationalities, religion and beliefs, and marriage and civil partnership status.
This service is run by the Swansea Counselling Co-op, which is an independent group of psychotherapists, contracted to operate the University Staff Counselling Service.
All members of University staff can contact us directly to request an appointment (01792 644668 - see contact details below). Employees are normally offered up to six sessions, though in certain cases this number may be extended. Sessions last 50 minutes.