Counselling Service for British Sign Language (BSL) users - Deaf Action

Delivered by Deaf Action
Note: Our premises are not open to the public.
Note: this service is only for people with disabilities
  • Counselling

We know how difficult it can be to look after your mind and body. You might be feeling lonely, anxious, frustrated, or maybe you are feeling worried about your finances, work or education. Remember it is ok to feel a bit worried or scared, that’s what deaf wellbeing support is here for. Sharing your concerns and talking with someone about the current situation can make a huge difference. We can offer counselling services to support you through difficult times.

Those who are Deaf BSL users, or who are profoundly deaf but use English are welcome to use our service. We are here for you, and our experienced team of staff includes counsellors who use BSL and English, so no matter what language you use, we can support you.

Our face-to-face service is available in BSL only, but our online service is available in BSL and English. We can use Zoom, WhatsApp, FaceTime or other video calling software - whatever is best for you.

This service is open to people aged 15+.

How to access this service

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