African and African-Caribbean Counselling
“It has been eye-opening. I’ve learned so much about myself and have taken a different approach on life.”
African and African-Caribbean Counselling is culturally sensitive to meet the mental health needs and individual differences of Black people.
We match you as best we can with a counsellor who speaks the same language/dialect or comes from the same cultural background. Besides English, we can provide counselling in Yoruba, Igbo/Ibo, Jamaican Patwa, etc.
We acknowledge that prejudice, discrimination, poverty, homophobia, childhood and present life experiences can affect an individual’s mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing.
Our counsellors are committed to de-stigmatising the shame, and isolation that Black people face in their lives.
Who is African and African Caribbean Counselling for?
This service is for adults living in the Royal Borough of Greenwich who have a cultural background or identify as being African, African Caribbean and of Mixed Heritage, who would prefer to talk to a counsellor who reflects their ethnicity and cultural background.
To Access Greenwich African and African Caribbean Counselling
Mindline on 020 8853 1735
Monday – Friday
10.30am – 4.30pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays
6pm – 9pm
(Answerphone available at all other times.)
Or contact the African and African Caribbean Counselling Service Coordinator on 020 8853 2395.