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Counselling in Aberdeen
Relationship Scotland  is a provider of Mediation, Counselling and Child Contact in Northeast Scotland. They work with everyone from children to grandparents, family and business through times of change, difficulties and conflict. 

Grampian Care Data   - a list of many of the local charities, counselling services and contacts for life crisis events. Support groups listed also in this website.

The Spark (text taken from their website) their aim is to normalise relationship support for families in Scotland. We all struggle with our relationships at different points in our lives and accessing support early can make all the difference.

Our relationship expertise is at the core of all our services – from our counselling for couples, individuals and families, to the Relationship Helpline, which was launched in January 2013 and is now able to deliver both online and telephone support. The Spark relationship services for children and young people help them to better understand their emotions and develop positive relationship skills.

Relationship Helpline 0808 802 2088 Mon to Thur 0900 to 2100, Friday 0900-1700, Saturday 1000-1400. 

Aberdeen Counselling & Information Service (ACIS)

ACIS 1 Alford Place Aberdeen AB10 1YD
Tel: 01224 573892 line open
  • Monday to Thursday 9.30am - 8.30pm
  • Friday – 9.30am-4.30pm
  • Otherwise voicemail service – messages can be left if confirming or cancelling an appointment
  • or by post to alford place
    ACIS Youth –  01224 573892


    Cairns 01224 633131


    Alcoholic Anonymous alcohol support

    76 dee street, aberdeen.Counselling 01224 573887
    residential designated place 595981
    child & family service 573887
    womens group meets monday afternoon


    Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland(CBCS) exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people in Scotland. They seek to help anyone experiencing bereavement to understand their grief and cope with their loss. They work primarily through volunteers, providing free care to bereaved people. They also train and educate individuals and organisations who may in turn be able to contribute to the well-being of bereaved people.


    Living Life to the Full: This website offers a free life skills course that aims to provide access to high quality, practical and user friendly training.

    Free leaflet for living life to the full.