Butterfly Therapy Service

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07731 722165 - please leave a message and we will get back to you

Our therapy village soon to be built within the hospice grounds in Boston

Therapeutic Support
For You

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Sue qualified as a counsellor in 2012, and has many  years experience of working with clients facing grief and loss, and has experienced loss in her own life.

Sue has an advanced diploma in Counselling and Theory Level 5, and a counselling Couples Certificate, as well as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Diploma.

Sue is a member of the National Counselling Society.

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Paul is a qualified counsellor, and has over ten years experience in pre and post bereavement, and has faced the loss of loved ones and friends in his own life.

Paul has an advanced diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling at Level 4, and a diploma in Counselling at level 5. He is also a qualified hypnotherapist.

Paul is a member of the National Counselling Society, and the National Hypnotherapy Society.

Sue Wright - our registered therapist

The Butterfly Hospice Trust is pleased to announce the launch of our therapy service.

 

We are committed to providing compassionate, and personal support to people affected by the challenge of a life-limiting illness or bereavement. 

We recognise that it can be difficult to share emotions, thoughts, and feelings with those closest to us. The Butterfly Hospice Trust is offering personalised therapy where you can receive professional 1 to 1 support, and explore the challenges in dealing with a life-limiting condition or bereavement. This can be delivered by phone, video call, or through face to face, and group support, in a safe, calm and secure environment.

 

Our qualified therapists are trained to listen, offer emotional support, and explore various coping strategies based on the individual, as we recognise the uniqueness of each situation.

Our therapy services are free to use, thanks to the generosity of our donors and supporters.

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Who can access our support?
If you are aged 18+, and live in South and East Lincolnshire we can support you. You can refer yourself into the service, or your GP or a health professional can do this with your permission.

Paul Caddell - Therapy Services Manager

Support when you need it

How to contact us

  • Call our therapy line on: 07731 722165 and leave a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible

  • Email: Therapy@butterflyhospice.org.uk

  • Complete and submit the contact form

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