Welcome to Relate Mid Thames & Buckinghamshire
If you’re having relationship issues this January or at any time of the year, you don’t need to suffer in silence. Talking things through with a counsellor who is completely objective can help you to work out the best way forward for you and your partner. That may mean staying together and working at the relationship or it may mean going your separate ways. In either case, having the right support is important when times are tough
Call us to find out more and book to see a counsellor in Bucks and East Berkshire
01296 427973 for Aylesbury /North Bucks
01628 625320 for Maidenhead, Windsor & Slough
01494 791180 for Chesham, Wycombe, Chalfont St Peter and South Bucks area
You are welcome to contact us by phone or you might prefer to email us.
If you do call us and the line is busy, one of our team will call you as soon as they become available and always within 24 working hours.
Please note our caller ID will be from an unknown number.
We help all sorts of people in all sorts of situations. We can help you whether you’re in a new relationship, in a long-term relationship, or not currently in a relationship at all. We help with large relationship threatening problems to issues that you would like to discuss together to find a way of doing it differently.
You don’t have to be at crisis point to come to Relate.
Our counsellors will always give you the respect you deserve and are great at helping you find the best way forward.
Here are some genuine comments made by clients who have gone through counselling at Relate MTB which we hope will help to reassure those of you who have never had to do anything like this before.
‘Very dubious about using the service initially. Very pleased we did. We are as a couple in a much better place than we have been in for years!’
‘Being a naturally private person, I found the service very helpful and found it easy to open up’.
(Relate MTB post counselling feedback, September 2019)
Our vision is a future in which healthy relationships are actively promoted as the heart of a thriving society.
To develop and support healthy relationships by:
- Helping couples, families and individuals to make relationships work better
- Delivering inclusive, high-quality services that are relevant at every stage of life
- Helping both the public and policymakers to improve their understanding of relationships and what makes them flourish.
We need to guarantee our future by setting a clear ambition, and working together to deliver against that ambition. These are the values we work towards on a daily basis.
For the beauty, joy and learning they can bring to all. We value the personal courage needed to forge and sustain lasting relationships. We value the quality of relationships and we are non judgemental – supporting people to build healthy relationships, whatever the circumstances.
People are at the heart of everything we do. We create and deliver services around clients and potential clients’ needs. We value our people (volunteers, staff and supporters).
We work to reach out, and to extend our services and transcend barriers that people may face. We do this to ensure that people who might need or want our services can access them. We actively promote equal opportunities and diversity in all that we do.
Together we are stronger, more effective and can make a bigger difference. We seek to influence and collaborate with others to achieve our vision.
We seek to reflect, review, research and evaluate practice to continuously learn and improve understanding about relationship support.
Relate Mid Thames and Buckinghamshire (MTB) counselling/psychotherapy services are BACP accredited (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) no: 108426 and we abide by the bacp-ethical-framework-for-the-counselling-professions-2018. We have been awarded the PACE standard eQuality charter mark supporting LGBTQ+ relationships.
We can help you, your partner and family with breakups, arguments, affairs, sexual problems, domestic violence and abuse, post-divorce and separation parenting, step-families, retirement, new baby… anything that has an effect on your relationships.
For further information please see our frequently asked questions page.