Emily Fullarton, Director at Wellspring (left) is pictured with Chris and Carolyn Brown from Ethos Asset Finance and charity trustee Nigel McClea (far right)
Emily Fullarton, Director at Wellspring (left) is pictured with Chris and Carolyn Brown from Ethos Asset Finance and charity trustee Nigel McClea (far right)

Wellspring Therapy and Training opens £1million new mental health facility in Starbeck

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Wellspring Therapy & Training – a mental health support – based in , , has opened a new £1m facility in support of adults, children and teenagers in the area seeking emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing.

The new Centre, which was officially opened today (25th September), is quadruple the size of the charity’s previous home. It will be used to offer affordable counselling and training for the local community.

New services will also be offered at the Centre, including play therapy for children under the age of 8. The investment was made possible with thanks to the Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation and the many other trusts, foundations, individuals and businesses who have all given so freely – including Ethos Asset Finance, who came on board to support the charity at the beginning of the year.

Emily Fullarton, Director at Wellspring, says of the launch:

The launch of the Centre today was a very proud moment for me and all the other volunteers who give their time to supporting those people within our local community who turn to us for help.

It would not have been possible without the support of the Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation and our other supporters, so thank you to everyone who has played their part in getting to where we are today.

The facts around poor mental-health are shocking and the UK is a long way from providing for those struggling with emotional distress or poor mental-health. 16 million people in the UK experience a mental illness in their lifetime, that’s 1 in 4 adults – so the work we do in our community is so incredibly important.

People using the counselling services are asked to indicate the level of payment they can make for counselling. Typically a counselling session would cost £50 to £60 and people are asked to contribute from £15 to £40. They also have the option to include spiritual, christian-based counselling.

The launch event was attended by 200 people. Wallace Sampson and Bishop Nick Baines attended as guest speakers.

 




 


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