Heswall Hills Counselling Centre
Private counselling services and therapy room hire. We’re based in Heswall Hills on the Wirral, with great transport links.
Currently therapists at the centre are now seeing clients face to face if required. At all times counselling will adhere to government guidelines regarding social distancing and hygiene recommendations. A copy of these guidelines will be made a available to clients when they first visit the centre.
If preferred clients and children can still be referred for remote counselling via telephone or video conferencing.
Heswall Hills Counselling Centre (HHCC) is a private counselling centre based in Heswall on the Wirral and the centre is managed by Cheryl Overington who is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, Clinical Supervisor and EMDR Therapist
Access Private Therapy
HHCC is a place where members of the public can access private therapy with the reassurance that all the therapists working from the centre have been personally vetted by the manager to ensure that they are suitably trained, ethical and fully insured. If you would like to be referred to one of our private therapists at HHCC please complete the referral form on our website, outlining your requirements and the Manager will assess which one of our therapists is best suited for your needs.
We provide a comfortable and professional room hire service for counsellors and psychologists wishing to develop their private practice. Rooms can be hired by the hour, half day or full day. Please visit the For Therapists page to find out more information.
Cheryl Overington – Chartered Psychologist & Centre Manager
Cheryl is the Founder and Manager of Heswall Hills Counselling Centre. She is an experienced practitioner and has worked in private practice for over ten years, accepting referrals from GPs, members of the public, insurance companies, Employee Assistance Programmes and Occupational Health and Human Resources Departments. You can read more about Cheryl here.
It is not possible to offer emergency support in a crisis. If you are concerned that you may harm yourself or someone else you should contact your GP or go to the nearest A&E department