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Northern Ireland's Most Professional Counselling and Therapy Centre

Building entrance Reception Area Admin and library area Trainee studies online Small group supervision Interactive training facilities Small group training Trainees on a break Large group training

BCTC Counsellors / Therapists

30 psychologists, therapists and counsellors provide empathic, professional counselling/ therapy for:

  • Anxiety Disorders (panic, phobia, OCD, trauma, worry, social anxiety)
  • Depression including Post Natal Depression
  • Relationship
  • Sexual issues
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Stress
  • Anger
  • Self Esteem/ Self confidence
  • Addiction


BCTC Training Awards

  • 1st therapist training course in N. Ireland to gain course accreditation from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), including the courses held at both N.I. universities
  • Sole training organisation in N.I. to be cited for the quality of its training in a Government Report into counselling
  • Regional award winners in the National Training Awards