Counselling @ The Sorting Space
COVID-19 Information update:
Counselling sessions are currently being held in-person, and also available online.
For more details please get in touch.
The Sorting Space is a safe, confidential space for men and women to talk and begin to work on their issues without judgement, prejudice or interpretation. It's a space for us to develop a trusting relationship, talk openly about what's happening for you, and how your emotions may be affecting you at this time in your life.
Some of the reasons people come to counselling include;
Sex or Relationship Issues
Bullying, verbal, emotional or physical
Issues at work
Gay and bisexual issues or struggling to come out
Coming to terms with loss, bereavement
Struggling to live an authentic life
To book an appointment call Nathan on 01303 570137 / 07968806301 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
11a Earls Avenue
In the UK men are 3 times more likely to commit suicide than women.
Suicide is the most common cause of death for men between age of 20-49
Despite these statistics men are much less likely to reach out for support compared to women. Latest statistics suggest only 16% of counselling clients are men.
It's often the case that men don't know that there are places they can go to see a counsellor where they will feel comfortable to talk.
The Sorting Space was created with a conscious focus toward those identifying as male, offering a safe space to work through their feelings. We can often find it difficult to open up to friends and family about our feelings. There can often be a lot of anxiety around the idea of meeting and talking to someone we haven't met before.
In counselling we will work together on developing a genuine trusting relationship, in a safe and confidential space so that you can start to feel free to open up and talk about your issues and emotions.