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Therapy and Counselling Teesside

Therapy And Counselling Teesside (T.A.C.T.) was founded to provide individual and group counselling and psychotherapy in a professional and confidential service.

Training and workshops in many areas are also offered to businesses and individual clients alike. All of their practitioners are members of either the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy or the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.

Practitioners adhere to their governing body's ethical framework.

T.A.C.T. offers a wide range of services in the therapy arena which can be addressed to individuals, couples or families. Children are especially catered for with specialist counsellors in play therapy.

T.A.C.T. provide Counselling and Psychotherapy for children, young people, families and adults, covering all ranges of issues from domestic violence/abuse to raising self worth and esteem.

The following are some of the issues that people seek counselling for and T.A.C.T. can help with:

  • Abuse - both Emotional and Physical
  • Alcohol and drug problems
  • Anxiety and depresion
  • Bereavement
  • Family Problems
  • Illness 
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Work Related Problems
  • Plus many more issues

T.A.C.T. also provide training for people to become Psychotherapeutic Counsellors with Children (Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling with Children - United Kingdom Association of Psychotherapeutic Counsellors Accredited Training).

For further information on the help and advice we offer, plus our courses, please visit our website

Who to contact

Contact Name
Therapy and Counselling Teesside
Telephone
01642 491212
Norton office: 01642 653322
E-mail
info@tact-ltd.co.uk
Website
Therapy and Counselling Teesside

Where to go

Name
T.A.C.T Ltd
Address
294, Norton Road
Norton
Stockton-On-Tees,
Postcode
TS20 2BX

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Friday, 9am - 8pm includes School Holidays. Training takes place weekends, once a month. Please contact us for more information.

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