GREC’s Adult Counselling Service provides free specialist counselling support for adults in Aberdeen, who are affected by discrimination, prejudice and hate crime on the grounds of:
- Ethnicity, Race or Nationality
- Sex or Gender
- Religionor Belief
- Sexual Orientation
- Transgender Identity
The service is confidential and provided by a team of professionally trained volunteer counsellors. They have postgraduate diplomas in counselling, and are members of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and/or COSCA (Confederation of Scottish Counselling Agencies). They also receive mandatory training in equality and diversity, including institutional racism.
Some of our clients need to work with an interpreter in the counselling session. This service is also free.
Counselling sessions usually take place once a week and last for one hour. Online and telephone sessions are available.