One to one counselling gives you space and support to deal with personal and social issues in more depth and to develop the skills, confidence and emotional resilience to help face personal challenges and difficulties.
Counselling takes place with a Lifelink Practitioner in a safe and confidential environment. The counselling process is unique to the individual based upon their personal circumstances. It helps individuals to understand and manage feelings, thoughts, and behaviour, and supports the improvement of problem solving and coping skills to help overcome your own personal challenges and difficulties.
Participants will be assessed by a Lifelink therapist prior to referral to this service - click here to refer yourself or someone else.
We deliver a pilot service that aims to improve access to mental health resources within the Deaf Community in Greater Glasgow. This service is delivered via a number of communication methods, including BSL. Full details and information on how to refer can be found by clicking here.
You may refer yourself directly into our services or be referred by your GP, Health Practitioner or an organisation in your community. We have a number of service centres and venues located in neighbourhoods across Glasgow. To refer yourself or someone else for Lifelink's services you can:
Services are available for adults aged 16 or over and who are resident in Glasgow City.
Self-care is an important part of improving your mental health and wellbeing. We all need to make time and space for ourselves to order our thoughts and close the door on demands and distractions.Helpful Resources
Our range of courses help you improve your mental wellbeing by providing you with the tools and skills to understand your emotions better, deal with stress more effectively and develop relaxation techniques.Wellbeing Classes