Brighton Therapy Centre

Brighton Therapy Centre

At a glance


  • Counselling / advice
  • Mental health

Other details

Geographical remit: 
National - England


Brighton Therapy Centre is a local registered charity in the heart of Brighton, that provides a wide range of high quality counselling, therapy, psychological services, courses and workshops. We believe that all sections of the community should have access to the right kind of treatment and provide our services inclusively, fairly and equally. We take pride in being an inclusive and safe environment for LGBTQ members of our community as well as ethnic minorities, both as an employer and a mental health charity.

Our charity status is in recognition of our work in making therapy more widely available to the communities of Brighton and its surrounding area and we are now working to ensure that low cost and subsidised services are made available to those who would not otherwise be able to afford professional therapy.


Brighton Therapy Centre works to:

  • Provide relief to those in need and to promote good health of those in the communities of Brighton, Hove and the surrounding areas who are experiencing emotional difficulties, who have mental health problems or who have a personality disorder, through the provision of counselling, psychotherapy, psycho-education and psychological treatment.
  • Provide a wide choice of high quality psychological therapies, support services and psycho-education in group and individual settings for males, females, couples, families and children in Brighton Hove and the surrounding areas.
  • Help people to improve their emotional well being and quality of life, decrease mental health difficulties, maintain their mental health and prevent relapse.
  • Create a centre of clinical excellence which is accessible to all sections of the community through the provision of specialist initial assessments and skilled evidence based, effective treatment and support for clients with mild to moderate as well as complex and enduring diagnoses.
  • Faciltate a practitioner learning community through high quality clinical supervision, staff training and support.
  • Involve service users, practitioners and staff in developing and improving the service. 

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