South Bucks Counselling
The Cottage behind The Hub
Bucks HP11 1NJ
Telephone: 01494 440199
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SBC is committed to the encouragement of equality and diversity among our clients and workforce with regard to the psychological therapy we provide to the public and in our training of placement counsellors. We are also committed to the elimination of any form of discrimination, including harassment or bullying, on the grounds of gender, marital status, race, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion and age. Every individual has the right to be treated fairly and with dignity and respect.
Our charitable mission is to provide affordable therapy to adults who seek our help. One of our strategic objectives is to improve access to services for those most in need by tackling barriers such as cost, inequality and stigma and by targeting vulnerable groups.
It is our intention to provide equally good client experience and outcome for all clients of SBC and to respond to inquiries from the public professionally and fairly so that all those who can benefit from our help are able to make positive choices.
To this end, we monitor monthly records of new client profiles, average fees paid, counselling session records and client feedback forms and will take action where we can to ensure that our services are accessible to all adults in our local area.
This data will be subject to an annual review, next due in January 2020.
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South Bucks Counselling is based in ‘The Cottage’, behind the Hub community centre, in Easton Street, in central High Wycombe. You can reach us easily by train or car, and there are public car parks nearby.
The closest parking is in the Easton Street car park, which is adjacent to the Hub (Union Baptist Church community premises). After parking your car, go to level one in the stairwell, re-enter the car park, turn left and exit the car park via the sliding door. Turn right and walk up the footpath. You will pass through an open black gate and find ‘The Cottage’ in front of you. There is an entry phone on the wall by the front door, which you can use to contact your counsellor.
Easton Street is at the bottom of Amersham Hill opposite to the High Street. Access to The Hub Community Centre is in the narrow lane between the Union Baptist Church and the Easton Street car park. The Cottage is situated behind the Hub Community Centre.