Counselling for Social Change was created in 2012 with the mission of providing affordable counselling and trauma-informed emotional support. We want to help transform lives and empower communities.

Our vision is of a world in which emotional health needs are met through interpersonal exploration and community-led social change. We work towards a future in which emotional needs are recognised as responses to personal, cultural and institutional experiences and supported appropriately.

We are determined to provide a nurturing environment to our clients and our counsellors. We take an intersectional approach to challenging all forms of discrimination.

 Our service is focussed on delivering person-centred, integrative and pluralistic counselling.

our trustees

Lucy Allen

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Alison Harmer

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Frea Lockley

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Bee Sheldon-Howkins

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management team

Clayton Elliott - Manager & Senior Counsellor

As well as being one of the founders of C4SC, Clayton is our manager and senior counsellor. He has been a counsellor for almost 10 years and has worked with people with a wide range of emotional/personal issues (anxiety, depression, abuse etc). As well as working with C4SC he supports 'Men Against Sexual Abuse' and works in private practice. Clayton has been involved in social justice and environmental campaigning and has provided counselling support to people from a wide range of campaigns (e.g. BLM, environmental, trans-activists, human rights campaigners and more)

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