Therapy Services

Specialist emotional and mental health service for asylum seekers, refugees and migrants

Who are we

We offer a specialist Mental Health & wellbeing service for individuals living in Coventry & surrounding areas who are seeking asylum in the UK or have been granted Refugee status. Our team has been supporting adults for more than 18 years (since November 2003).
More recently we have extended our support to additional groups, such as those combatting destitution, and young people who arrived in the UK unaccompanied. We offer individual Trauma Informed Counselling and Art Therapy. 

We operate a service from Monday to Friday, offering individual counselling and art therapy sessions by appointment.

Our weekly sessions with a Counsellor or Psychological Therapist are designed to support clients whose past and current experiences have caused feelings of depression, low mood, anxiety, and stress.

Our experienced team is dedicated to bolstering the emotional resilience of clients facing loss, displacement, and trauma.

Our approach is person-centered, providing short-, mid-, and long-term support based on individual needs.

We collaborate with professional interpreters from Lingo Links, enabling clients to express their thoughts and feelings in their own language.

Our goals include:

Providing a safe space and helping relationship where individuals feel valued and listened to.

Supporting individuals as they process feelings connected to their experiences.

Reinforcing resilience and promoting independence within a supportive network and community.

Enhancing confidence and self-esteem for those adjusting to life following loss and displacement.

We receive all our client referrals for counselling or art therapy from GP’s and other healthcare professionals.
To find out more about accessing the service, please email:
or call our reception team on:
If you feel like you might seriously harm yourself or attempt suicide, you need urgent medical help:

Call 999 for an ambulance

Go straight to A&E, if you can

Call your local crisis team – if you don’t already have their number, you can find an urgent mental health helpline on the NHS website

If you need to talk right now, whatever you’re going through, there are people you can talk to any time.

You can:

call Samaritans on 116 123 (UK-wide)

text SHOUT to 85258 (UK-wide)