Our new address is: 607 Wilmslow Road, 
Didsbury, Manchester 
M20 3QJ.
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Bringing life into focus

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Counsellors with specialist skills

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Established in 1990

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Counselling for individuals & couples

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Counselling can help to make better sense of what is happening in your life, as well as giving support through difficult periods.


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Talking with a trained counsellor can bring new perspective and the potential for change.


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Our counsellors believe in the uniqueness of each individual, respecting their right to form their own values.

Frequently asked questions

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What is counselling?

Counselling offers the space to talk with a trained professional about whatever is happening in your life as well as offering support through challenging times. Counselling can help to bring new perspective, opportunities for change and healing of emotional wounds.

Is your counselling service confidential?

Yes, confidentiality is assured. The only exception to this is when there is clear likelihood of harm to you or another person.

How much does counselling cost?

Protem operates a sliding-scale contribution scheme based on your annual income, so that no one is disadvantaged; as we believe counselling should be affordable for everyone. The fee will be discussed and agreed when you first call.

Is it possible to choose a male or female counsellor, or a counsellor trained in a specific therapeutic approach?

We have a diverse team of counsellors, male and female, who are trained in a range of therapeutic approaches. We endeavour to meet clients’ preferences, however at times, this may involve waiting longer to see a particular counsellor.

Do you offer emergency appointments?

Protem offers a range of appointment times, including evenings and Saturdays. Every effort is made to give priority to those in most need. However, Protem is not a crisis service and anyone experiencing a mental health crisis should consider contacting their GP or attend A&E.