Counselling Service Now Available to Real Fathers For Justice Members

Real Fathers For Justice (http://www.realfathersforjustice.org) are pleased to now be able to offer free counselling sessions to subscribing members.

In the last 12 months we have been contacted many times by suicidal parents, sadly we know of several who have gone on to take their own life, mainly due to contact denial and prolonged family court cases where no progress is being made.

This was highlighted recently by our tribute to loving father Paul Pegram >Click here

If you having suicidal thoughts, or need someone to talk things through with, a benefit of becoming an Rffj member is that we offer a free confidential professional telephone “My offer to help members comes from personal experiences of family law, dealing with similar issues as those who find their way to Rffj”

“I understand the pain and loss of separation and how important it is to be able manage these very powerful emotions”

“Counselling is not about receiving advice; if you need practical help and advice on family law matters you are better of contacting the Rffj helpline headed by Ray Barry” (more info on advice service)counselling service, for non-members we recommend you contact the Samaritans.org

Assisting the Rffj team is experienced Psychotherapist and Counsellor Adrian, he is accredited with the Bacp and has a diploma in counselling, he uses the Bacp ethical framework to counselling, (More info on Bacp site)

Members seeking a referral initially can have a brief discussion with our counsellor to find out how we can help, and decide the best way forward.

“My offer to help members comes from personal experiences of family law, dealing with similar issues as those who find their way to Rffj”

“I understand the pain and loss of separation and how important it is to be able manage these very powerful emotions”

“Counselling is not about receiving advice; if you need practical help and advice on family law matters you are better of contacting the Rffj helpline headed by Ray Barry” (more info on advice service)

“People coming through the counselling experience will feel better about themselves, have greater self-esteem, increased resilience to difficult circumstances, understand their own feelings better and appreciate the feelings of those around them. They will feel more secure and be able to identify goals. They will be empowered with ‘tools’ to help them achieve these goals.”

“I will be able to offer two time slots for telephone counselling, these are Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 6 and 8pm, if enough people are in need of this kind of support I would also like to set up a therapy group”

Our counselling service is strictly for paid up members only, to request a referral email info@realfathersforjustice.org

To join or to donate Rffj visit our homepage and see the links for secure payments through googlecheckout

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