- CCC is here for you - supporting individuals, staff and NHS workers
- Counselling sessions are currently being provided mainly remotely via telephone or video link, though COVID-safe face to face sessions may be available in your area if there is a clinical need
- CCC is working with other charities to support the most vulnerable in our society
15th November 2020
CCC has continued to offer support to both private and organisational clients throughout the pandemic, though like most other organisations, we have been forced to focus our service provision on remote working. Clients can access counselling via telephone or video, though face to face sessions may be possible where there is a clinical need, and we have completed a risk assessment for COVID-safety with a counsellor in your area. Face to face sessions are not available during periods of lockdown. Please discuss with the reception counsellor if face to face sessions are required after 2nd December 2020.
We are of course following government announcements regarding restrictions and the implications for the counselling profession. CCC is a member of the British Association for Counselling Professionals (BACP) and is also therefore taking its advice on when and how to resume face to face appointments.
What does this mean?
Remote counselling will remain the norm for the foreseeable future.
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