Counselling in Ayrshire and Arran

NHS Ayrshire and Arran is one of the fourteen regions of NHS Scotland. It was formed on 1 April 2004. It has a responsibility to provide health and social care to almost 400,000 people with an operating budget of around £700 million. Wikipedia

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Counselling has become increasingly popular as more people than ever before seek out the therapy. Its effects can be wide-ranging, helping people deal with difficulties in a number of areas (both in their lives and physically ie at work, within the family, with a death or other form of loss etc. In many cases it can be combined with medication prescribed by a GP or other health practitioner. Most NHS authorities provide counselling free of charge in certain cases although waiting lists are notoriously long.

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