personal counselling

Counselling and counsellor training in Luton

Contact us:

Call us on 01582 732450 – generally 10am-3pm or answerphone.
Email: lutonadmin@hbcf.co.uk
Or please use the form below to get in touch.

Hilde Eccles House
70 – 72 Princess Street
Luton
LU1 5AT

Opening hours for counselling:

All counselling is by appointment only.

Mon-Friday 7.30am – 8pm
Saturday 10am-1pm


A notice for our NHS counselling patients

(If you have been referred to our short term counselling service by ELFT)
 
Dear NHS Counselling Patient, 

If you have been referred to us for NHS counselling, please be aware that, due to high demand for this service, you will be on the waiting list before we are able to offer you an appointment, which we currently estimate is between 10 – 16 weeks.  

If you require more immediate counselling support you have the option to self refer to The Counselling Foundation open ended service, please call 01582 732 450. Please note that the open ended counselling is a paid for service that is low cost, we ask patients to pay what they can afford. (The NHS service is free for patients). Other counselling services in Luton are also available.  

 
Thank you for your ongoing patience and we are working as hard as we can to ensure that patients are seen as soon as is possible within the scope of this contract with the NHS.
 
The Counselling Foundation Luton Centre

Luton Centre:

Our Luton Centre provides counselling and counsellor training and serves Luton and surrounding areas, including Dunstable, Caddington, Slip End, Harpenden, Markyate, Flamstead, Studham, Kensworth, Toddington, Barton-le-Clay, Streatly and Kimpton.

We seek to offer a fee structure that is affordable to you and which enables us to provide a sustainable counselling service to everyone within our community. At your first appointment, your counsellor will discuss the appropriate fee level for you, based on what you can reasonably afford.  As a guide, our fees usually range between £15 and £35 per counselling session, although other rates may apply depending on your circumstances. The fee may be reviewed with your counsellor should your circumstances change at any time. It is also our practice to make a small annual increase to fees, in line with inflation.

To access our services in Luton you must be 18 years old.  We also offer counselling services with disabled access in Luton.

Finding Us:

On foot –
Princess St is only a few minutes from the Town Centre on the opposite side of Stuart Street. If walking, you will need to cross Stuart St at the top of King or Wellington St using the Chapel Viaduct. Continue to walk up Wellington St, turn right into Adelaide St and then left to Princess St.

The centre is about half way up the road on the right hand side. Look out for our double blue doors which are set slightly back from the path.

By car –
There is no parking at The Luton Centre but there are a limited number of 4hr parking spaces available on Princess St. 2 & 4 hr parking can be found in surrounding streets or alternatively, parking is available in the multi-storey car park on Regent St, Luton LU1 5FA.

By bus –
Full information about bus routes that stop near to the centre visit http://www.travelluton.co.uk/bus
You can plan you journey from anywhere in Luton to the Centre which is on Princess Street, Luton LU1 5AT.