We believe in the transformative power of counselling. As a thriving and developing charity and social enterprise, we’re here to help those who’ve been bereaved, suffered loss or experienced separation.
We’re proud of our services and our partnerships with local authorities, the NHS, schools, local businesses and the trusts and foundations that help fund our work. We’re equally proud of the staff and volunteers who help us deliver high quality therapy and support.
The future development of Listening Ear depends on us maintaining and expanding these links, as well as on the support and donations we receive from individuals like you. Together, we make a great team.
Listening Ear launches Service Review
Listening Ear Merseyside has published a Service Review – a prospectus of the services and projects it runs. The review outlines Listening Ear’s work with over 2000 referrals in the financial year 2018-19, with details of the outcomes and benefits brought to children, young people and adults across Meresyside and beyond. The review can be […]Read more >
Amparo’s Lancashire service extended into 2020
Listening Ear’s Amparo service, supporting those who have been bereaved by suicide, has received additional funding so that it can continue helping Lancashire residents. Amparo Fylde Coast and Amparo East Lancashire have both had their funding extended until March 2020, offering vital support to local people thanks to national funding aimed at preventing suicides and […]Read more >
Big boost for post-counselling services
The National Lottery has given Listening Ear almost £10,000 funding to set up an Emotional Youth Club. The club – a UK ‘first’ – will provide social activities as well as group therapy sessions. Youngsters finishing their counselling often say they want to keep in touch with Listening Ear. Jayne Hobin-Wright, Listening Ear’s Deputy CEO, […]Read more >