Other local services
Community Activities Project Ealing (CAPE)
239 a/b Highstreet
Ealing Abbey Counselling Service (EACS)
Ealing Abbey Counselling Service offer individual counselling for up to 170 clients on a weekly basis.
1A Montpelier Avenue
Metanoia Counselling and Psychotherapy Service (MCPS)
MCPS is a confidential, lower cost service for people seeking help for their personal problems. MCPS offers individual weekly sessions for up to a maximum of six months. All counsellors, psychotherapists and counselling psychologists are in fully supervised training at the Metanoia Institute.
They currently have an average of 70 practitioners, working with approximately 200 clients per week. Practitioners come from a variety of ethnic backgrounds and clients are matched by gender and ethnicity according to their expressed wish and availability within the service.
Phone: 020 8832 3080
Asian Family Counselling
The AFCS is aimed at all members of the South Asian communities above the age of 16. They also see couples where one partner is Asian. Their clients go to them with a wide range of issues including family and marital conflicts. Sometimes they have found it difficult to adapt to Western Culture. They are able to offer caring, personal and confidential counselling in a variety of languages with an awareness of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Suite 51, Windmill Place
2-4 Windmill Lane
Bereft Bereavement Support
Bereft Bereavement Support was set up in 1999 to fill the need for professional bereavement counselling and support for the adult residents (the over 16s) of the London Borough of Ealing.
Southall Black Sisters
Southall Black Sisters are a group of black and minority women with years of experience of struggling for women’s human rights in the UK. Although based locally, their work has a national reach. They run an advice, advocacy and resource centre in West London which provides a comprehensive service to women experiencing violence and abuse and other forms of inequality.
They offer specialist advice, information, casework, advocacy, counselling and self-help support services in several community languages, especially South Asian languages. Whilst their focus is on the needs of black and minority women, they will not turn any woman away who needs emergency help.
Helpline: 020 8571 0800 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm)
General enquiries: 020 8571 9595 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm. Closed from 12.30pm to 1.30pm for lunch)
Southall Black Sisters
21 Avenue Road