“Eco-Therapy” may sound like a strange, new fad in the world of alternative health but is in fact a highly-endorsed approach to well-being, which draws on modern psychology, ecological awareness, ancient wisdom, a lot of common sense and an ever-expanding volume of scientific research.

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Faith And Spirituality

Faith and Spirituality

Some people embrace spirituality as an integral part of being human and therefore want to know that their therapist has both the willingness and ability to value and work with this aspect of our existence.

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Please join us for the opening of The Ashburnham Labyrinth on Saturday July 1st at 9am. Follow signs to the Orangery Car Park and you will find the labyrinth located at the far end of the car park beyond the Kitchen Garden wall. Click below to find out more about The Ashburnham Place Labyrinth or if you require further information please Contact us

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Fees for counselling and eco-therapy are charged on a ‘sliding scale’ to ensure this service is affordable for all.

Open to all

The counselling service at Ashburnham Place is open to all, regardless of gender, sexual preference, ethnicity, culture or faith.


The client is at liberty to end therapy at any point; but because endings are important, we aim to talk about it, even if it feels difficult.

Self Care

Sometimes, people have therapy simply as a means of support and self-care.
This is particularly helpful if you have a role in which you are supporting others.

Initial Assesment

Your first session is an initial assessment, where you are invited to meet with your Counsellor to discuss your needs and help you clarify what you hope to get from therapy.


Your counselling is confidential except for extreme circumstances. Any correspondence with outside agencies (eg. your Doctor) will be made only with your consent.

“Self-rejection is the greatest enemy of the spiritual life because it contradicts the sacred voice that calls us the “Beloved.” Being the Beloved constitutes the core truth of our existence.” Henri J. M. Nouwen