Open Door person-centred counselling service

About ‘Open Door person-centred counselling service’

Person Centred counselling is working holistically dealing with both thoughts and feelings. Working with young people at pivotal times in their lives. Person Centred counselling is not offering advice or techniques or giving answers. It is about helping young people in a supportive environment to find their own answers, to enable them to live more fulfilling lives, enjoy healthy relationships and build resilience within themselves. All our counsellors are recruited, selected and trained by the service. They undertake ongoing professional development training. They receive monthly clinical supervision, training in Safeguarding and we adhere to Birmingham's LSCB guidelines.

This service is part of the organisation called Open Door Youth Counselling

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Main site

Location Main site, 2 Greenfield Crescent, Birmingham, B15 3BE
Opening hours
10:00 am to 9:00 pm
10:00 am to 9:00 pm
10:00 am to 6:00 pm
10:00 am to 9:00 pm
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
(Closed All Day)
(Closed All Day)
Transport links

Five Ways Train Station. Various main route buses in and out of City.

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Main site

Taking on new patients? Yes
Accessibilty Public transport access Disabled parking
Costs Service is fully funded
Waiting time No more than 1 week
Treatment time No more than 10 weeks
Languages English Panjabi
Exclusion information (-)

What help is there?

Languages spoken English Panjabi
Therapy or support
Counselling, psychodynamic, psychotherapy
Gestalt therapy
Humanist and positive psychology
Person-centered therapy
Professional type
Social worker
Social worker (HCPC approved)
Counselling psychologist (Dpsych)
Psychotherapist or psychoanalyst
Counsellor/psychotherapist (BACP)

About me

Age 6-18yrs 19yrs +
What's on your mind?
Relationship problems
Abuse (physical) Abuse (sexual) Abuse (psychological/emotional) Abuse (neglect) Abuse (discriminatory) Abuse (institutional) Abuse (combination) Child abuse (physical) Child abuse (sexual) Child abuse (psychological/emotional) Child abuse (neglect) Child abuse (combination) Codependency Depression Domestic violence Domestic violence Child Rape Social anxiety
Difficult feelings
Agoraphobia Anxiety disorder Depression Panic Disorder PTSD Social anxiety Stress
Problems with food
Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Nervosa Compulsive overeating Eating disorder
Bereavement and loss
Bereavement and loss
Physical health and pain
Chronic illness
Gambling Victim of violence
Worries about sex and gender
Gender identity
Mood Problems
Mood Problems
Unusual experiences/psychosis

Who can benefit?

Young Adults
Low income
Low Income Populations

Where can I go?

Service type
Community teams
Counselling services in primary care
Place In the community