To access services all women must have an initial assessment appointment. Ring 01744 451309 or complete a referral form and email to email@example.com
**Please note that the above services are open to adult women only. Unfortunately we do not have insurance to cover children so childcare arrangements must be made prior to accessing services.**
- Counselling by appointment only
- Confidence & Assertion Course Mon 9.30am - 12.30pm
- Stress/Anxiety Management Tuesday 1 - 3.30pm
- Positive Me Programme Thursday 9.30 - 12pm
- Domestic Abuse Support Group Thursday 1 - 3.30pm
- A Journey Through Grief Friday 1 - 3.30pm
- Therapeutic Arts & Crafts Wednesday 1 - 3.30pm
In order to access any service at CCC it is necessary to complete a referral form and then attend an Assessment Appointment. This can be arranged by contacting us via phone or email.
PLEASE NOTE: We are moving premises mid-October therefore our flyer now has our new address details on. All assessments at Peter Street are now fully booked so any referrals from 28th August 2019 will be given an assessment appointment for the new address:
1st Floor, The Beacon Building, 25 College Street, St Helens WA10 1TF
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All services at the Chrysalis Centre for Change are free. As a registered Charity CCC relies on external funding and donations. Please contact us for more information.
Positive Mental Health
All services at CCC are aimed at promoting positive mental health and empowering women into changes that improve their mental wellbeing. At CCC we believe positive mental health is about building your self esteem and self worth in order that you realise your own needs are as important as everyone elses
Professional Counselling Service
Counselling offers the opportunity to talk about your problems in a safe and supportive environment. The relationship between the client is confidential and non-judgemental. The safety of this relationship offers the opportunity for the client to explore their feelings and work towards making positive life changes.
The counsellor you will see holds a Diploma in Counselling or is working towards this qualification. The Counsellors at CCC are members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and work within their Code of Ethics and Practice. In accordance with the BACP the Counsellors at the Centre receive regular professional supervision and continued professional development.
On your first visit you will have an informal chat with the Counsellor, during this visit the Counsellor will ensure that you understand what counselling is and what it is not and also what is meant by confidentiality. If you have any concerns your Counsellor will be only too happy to discuss them at this initial pre-counselling appointment.
Positive Me Programme for Depression
Thursdays 9.30 - 12 pm
An 8-week Programme, using CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) to help women suffering from the symptoms of depression to develop long-term positive coping strategies. Women can join the programme at any time.
What is CBT?
CBT or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a form of therapy that looks at the links between what we do, how we think and how we feel. CBT focuses not on the past or how our problems have arisen but on looking for ways to improve your mental wellbeing NOW.
Sharing your feelings with others who are going through a similar experience can be highly beneficial. Working together in a group we will look at the causes and symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety and together work towards developing long-term coping skills that will help you to Change, feel Better & Take positive steps to a brighter future
Stress & Anxiety Management
Tuesdays 1 - 3.30pm
This 8 week course offers you the opportunity to understand stress and anxiety and to manage them with positive strategies. It enables you to identify your own stress levels and then manage them with positive strategies. It also gives you the opportunity to learn and practice relaxation techniques.
Domestic Abuse Support Group
Thursdays 1 - 3.30 pm
This support group is for service users who have been affected by domestic abuse, directly or indirectly, current or historic. The group is facilitated by a qualified and experienced counsellor and support worker.
Confidence & Assertion Courses
Mondays 9.30am - 12.15pm
CCC offer a 10 week personal development course for confidence and assertion. The course covers confidence building, assertiveness, saying no without feeling guilty, managing change, anger, self esteem and positive communication skills.
Journey Through Grief
Fridays 1 - 3.30pm
A Journey through Grief is an 8 week programme for women experiencing bereavement, offering a welcoming, safe and confidential space to help them find their path through grief and reconnect with themselves. Each week looks at a different aspect of the grieving journey such as physical reactions to loss, re-learning your place in the world, coping with anniversaries and other significant dates and exploring the multitude of emotions experienced. This group is open to current service users who have lost an adult (partner, parent, adult child). Service users who have experienced other bereavements (such as loss through suicide or loss of a child) can be referred to other specialist services in the area.
Therapeutic Art & Craft Sessions
Wednesdays 1.30 - 3.30pm
We run a program of crafts throughout the year on Wednesdays 1.30 - 3.30pm, including card making, colouring for therapy, flower arranging and more. These friendly craft sessions offer you the opportunity to develop new skills and to meet new people, and are open to CCC service users who have an interest in using arts and crafts to improve their well-being. New service users will be given the dates at their initial assessment appointment.