At SEFF we have assembled a team of counsellers who are best placed to deal with the diverse yet specific needs of victims and survivors of 'The Troubles'. The Counselling offered at SEFF is an integrative approach and based upon the principle of working with the individual and developing a process that best meets their needs.
SEFF is an organisational member of BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy). Organisational membership demonstrates that we are committed to providing safe, ethical and professional counselling and psychotherapy services. We adhere to their ethical guidelines. What you and your counsellor discuss will remain confidential unless: • You disclose that you have committed or know about a serious criminal act • You disclose that you are going to harm either yourself or another person • To comply with Safeguarding Legislation (i.e. where you disclose information regarding the safety of a child or adult at risk). In the situations above we as an organisation may have to inform a relevant support services e.g.: your GP; social services or the local PSNI to ensure your protection and that of the wider community. We will discuss this with you should it arise.
SEFF is a registered Company limited by guarantee (NI65066) and is also registered with the N.I Charities Commission (NIC100538)
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