Unfortunately referrals to the Counselling Service are not available at this time. If you have already been referred, be reassured that we will be in contact as soon as possible.

You can phone the CSWS Response Line to speak to a member of our team: 0300 028 8888

Alternative support can be sought with the following services across the county:

Contact your GP for counselling through the surgery or with Time 2 Talk across West Sussex

Phone lines available to talk to somebody:

Sussex Mental Helpline 03005000101

Samaritans 0845 790 9090

Sane line 020 3805 1790

The Silverline 020 7224 2020

Alternative counselling services across West Sussex include:

Offington Counselling Service based in Worthing

ocs.counselling.org.uk

01903212275

Chichester Counselling Service 

www.ccs-counselling.org.uk

01243 789200

Horsham and Crawley Counselling Group

enquiries @hccounselling.org.uk

01403 217900

Arun Counselling

www.aruncounselling.org.uk

01903 714417

Sage Counselling     

admin@sagecounselling.org.uk

07585 141599

CRUSE    

westsussex@cruse.org.uk

03003119959

We can offer one to one counselling at venues near to you where you can talk to a professional counsellor, who can give you the opportunity to explore how things are for you. 

Counselling

Counsellors are there to help you talk through and look at your feelings, so that you can reach a better understanding of your situation.  In doing so you can make the right choice for you when faced with difficult decisions or learn to cope with difficult situations to the best of your ability.   Our counsellors are available at local venues across West Sussex.

Callback Service

Caring can sometimes become very isolating so hearing a friendly voice can help to relieve this. The Telephone Call Back Service offers support to carers in their own home who are isolated due to their caring role, giving them an opportunity to share anything they want to talk about with an understanding listener.

The service provides a confidential and understanding listening ear, for carers to share their feelings and concerns in a supportive and non- judgemental way