Family Counselling - Your Questions Answered

Relate Family Counselling is for

  • Families
  • Parents and Children
  • Siblings
  • Blended Families
  • Extended Families

How can Relate Family Counselling Help?

All families are unique and have unique problems, but our counsellors are experienced relationship experts and are specially trained to work with families to help people resolve their problems

What will happen?

Relate Family Counsellors don't take sides and won't tell you what to do. They will explore with the family the interpersonal relationships and work with you to move away from the problems

Before beginning Relate Family Counselling, you will have an initial consultation. Following that you set up appointments with the counsellor that everyone can attend. The counsellor might suggest that family members sometimess come alone or in smaller groups or bring other relatives to come to some sessions

What we expect from you

Once counselling begins we ask that you keep your appointments. If you do have to cancel we ask you to give us as much notice as possible, so we can offer the appointment to someone else

How much will it cost?

Clients who live within the Bradford Metropolitan District are asked to pay what they can afford toward sessions (please see home page for further details).

Any referrals received from a statutory organisation (for example GP referrals) will not be asked to make a payment.

Young people’s counselling is currently free.

What to do next?

To find out more about Relate Family Counselling you can contact us and we will be pleased to help. However, you may be ready to register for an initial consultation.

Three generations

Families are where people first learn about relationships

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