Canterbury Healthcare is an established counselling practice based in Canterbury, Kent. We provide counselling for a wide variety of issues and are one of the leading resources to offer help in the area of addictions.
We can help you with:
- Anger Management
- Relationship issues
- Sex addiction and compulsive sexual behaviours
- Treatment for alcoholism
- Alcohol and drug rehabilitation
- Alcohol use assessment
- Employee alcohol use assessment
- Cocaine assessment
- Specialist heroin assessment and rehabilitation
For help call us now on: 01227 903 503
Our Counselling Team in Kent
Our team of counsellors and psychotherapists have more than thirty years experience working with people who are facing issues ranging from anger management, anxiety and grief to alcoholism and sex addiction.
Members of the team have lived and worked in Europe, South Africa and the United States and taught addiction psychology at universities in Cape Town, Mauritius, Manchester and Kent. Such a wide range of experience adds a depth and breadth to the specialised service we are providing in Kent.
In addition to helping private clients, we have connections with several universities in Kent where we offer psychological counselling services for both personal and academic issues. Canterbury Healthcare also consults to a number of alcohol clinics and alcohol treatment centres around the Kent area.
Our Locations in Kent
Canterbury Healthcare has counsellors available in three locations:
- Hythe, Kent
- Womanswold, Kent
- Canterbury Kent
Tel: 01227 903 503
Our primary practice is in the centre of Canterbury only a five minute walk from the Cathedral. Public parking is easily available and we are within easy access of Canterbury East train station.
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy is the professional membership body in the UK. It is by far the largest and most highly regarded of all counselling membership bodies. Our therapists are all registered members of this association and therefore must abide by their code of conduct.