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Therapy and counselling

We provide person-centred support tailored to individual needs.

Our Sue Lambert Trust counsellors are all trained, professionally qualified specialists in their field.

We always take a person-centered approach at Sue Lambert Trust, meaning we take the time to understand our clients’ unique experience, personal circumstances and preferences before recommending a course of therapy tailored to meet your needs.

At times, when our services are stretched, there may be a wait for an initial assessment appointment and then for your therapy programme to begin. We understand this can be frustrating, and we wish we could offer everyone therapy immediately, but please know that we will be there for you as soon as we possibly can. Reaching out is the first step.

Once you are offered therapy, our kind, caring and supportive counsellors provide one-to-one sessions, as well as group support.

Experiencing sexual assault or abuse, including domestic abuse, at any time in your life, can be very difficult to come to terms with. For some people, they have lived with that trauma for years or even decades.

Our therapy and counselling sessions can help people to process past events and change the way the traumatic experience affects daily life; helping people to move forwards, re-build their lives and begin to heal.

volunteer counsellors

"I reached out to the Sue Lambert Trust after spending many years suppressing and not dealing with the after affects of childhood sexual abuse. I finally realised I needed some help. The support I have received has been incredible."

Would you like to self-refer for support?

Anyone living in Norfolk, aged 11 or older, can self-refer to Sue Lambert Trust.

When you reach out to us, all conversations are treated in the strictest of confidence.

We are a charity and all our support services are delivered free of charge.

If you feel ready to talk, we are here to listen.

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