A counsellor can provide a safe space for you to express your concerns and unfold any emotions that you do not want to deal with on your own. If you are struggling with any aspect of your sexual health or mental wellbeing, Better2Know’s trained counsellors can support you.

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Sex and Relationship Counselling

Charlene Douglas specialises in sexual dysfunctions, relationship breakdown, anxiety and stress, low mood and self-esteem issues, addiction, and phobias. She provides sessions in Dartford, Marylebone, and Central London, as well as over Skype. Alternatively, our in-house counsellor can provide sessions by telephone.


Mental health support during the Coronavirus pandemic

Our qualified, in-house counsellor provides confidential sessions by telephone to help you deal with any problems affecting your mental wellbeing.


How can counselling help me?

A counsellor will listen to your problems and work with you to find solutions. Counselling sessions aim to improve your mental wellbeing by talking about your emotions and finding ways to deal with any issues you are facing.

For many people, it is easier to confide in someone who is not a close relative or friend. Your counsellor will provide a neutral position and will never judge you. All sessions are completely private and confidential, so you can feel confident in expressing your feelings.

If you are having issues with your partner, you may consider attending joint counselling sessions together. Your counsellor can work with you mutually to resolve your problems and save your relationship.

How do I book a counselling session?

If you would like to book a counselling session, please get in touch with our friendly advisors on the number at the top of the page. Our team will be more than happy to arrange your session at a time convenient for you. You can also send a message to our team in private through our live webchat.