Cheryl King Counselling / Preston Counselling Associates

13 Carlisle Avenue
07838 245395

About Cheryl King Counselling / Preston Counselling Associates

Are you looking for a friendly, professional & highly experienced Counsellor based in Preston?

Preston Counselling Associates’ are a group of highly experienced, qualified Counsellors and Psychotherapists who help clients in Preston and the surrounding areas.

We offer a safe, confidential, supportive and understanding environment for you to talk and explore your experiences, feelings and needs, enabling growth and change to happen.

Preston Counselling Services

Run by Cheryl King who is an experienced, accredited Counsellor and Supervisor. Together with her team of experienced Associate Counsellors I offer counselling relating to a wide range of issues.

  • Grief Counselling Services in Preston

    Losing someone you love or care deeply about can cause intense emotional pain. You may experience all kinds of difficult feelings and emotions. It may feel as though these feelings will never go away. This is a normal response to a significant loss. There is no ‘correct’ way to grieve, and everyone’s experience of grief is different, but there are positive ways to cope with the pain that grief brings which can help you to move forward.

  • Loss Counselling Services in Preston

    Grief is a normal reaction to loss. It is characterised by the emotional pain, despair and upset experienced when you lose someone or something you love. Intense grief is often experienced following bereavement, or the death of a loved one.

  • Couples Therapy / Marriage Counselling in Preston

    ‘Couple counselling‘ is a broad term referring to relationship counselling, marriage guidance and pre-marriage counselling. People often seek couple counselling as a source of support and help when their relationship experiences a crisis such as separation, divorce, arguments or an affair.

  • Depression Counselling Services

    Depression can affect anyone. There are many causes of depression and each persons experience of depression is different. Depression can develop slowly over time, or it can be brought on by events in a persons life. Alternatively depression can have a physical cause in terms of a persons body chemistry.