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What we offer
Our outreach counselling service provides counselling for men, women and children (aged 8+) who live in Angus.
Providing a safe, confidential, and comfortable environment for you to speak to a counsellor about your experience and how it has affected you. It is up to you what you discuss and your counsellor will go at your pace.
We offer counselling that can be long term with each counselling session lasting approx 50 minutes to an hour. Appointments can be arranged during the day or evening at a time and place suitable for you and your counsellor. If you prefer, we can also provide counselling by telephone.
To make an appointment, telephone 01307 850741 or email us (click on CONTACT above) or you can call or text 07975 726953. We aim to offer a first appointment as soon as possible after you have contacted us. Our aim is that this would be within 10 working days.
If you are looking for SUPPORT please contact our helpline on 01307 850741.
Our support staff will always offer to call you back ensuring the call is FREE for you and arranging a time that is suitable.
We will never leave a message to say we have called unless you tell us it is safe to do so.
We can help you talk through whatever is troubling you, find the answers that are right for you, and offer support.
You don’t have to give your real name or any personal information if you don’t want to.
Everything you say will be confidential and remain between you and the Hear Me support worker.
Ensuring your privacy
When you call us, your number is not displayed (the phones we use don’t have caller display information on them), so we don’t know your phone number or where you are calling from.
This ensures your privacy and complete confidentiality.
We provide workshops and training for groups, agencies and organisations who are looking to increase their knowledge and understanding of the issues of child sexual abuse and sexual violence.
Our trainers have a wealth of knowledge and therapeutic experience within the arena of childhood abuse and sexual violence. Please click on 'Get Involved' for more information.
We would like to hear from you if you if you are interested in volunteering. Please click on 'Get Involved' for more information.
Working in partnership
'Hear Me' has a strong commitment to working in partnership with other individuals, groups or agencies .
We believe this can lead to improved organisational effectiveness, reduced duplication, better use of resources and more value for money, all of which enable 'Hear Me' to better help its beneficiaries.
We consider frequently whether there are any aspects of our work that can be better delivered in partnership with others. This could be as simple as sharing a minibus with you or providing joint training.