All counselling and support is now being offered by telephone or video link.
Our update on Covid-19 and Listening Ear explains more.
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.
An Introduction to Amparo
Listening Ear’s Amparo service – providing support to those who have been affected by suicide – is hosting a series of drop-in sessions via Zoom to explain how the service works. It will be a chance to meet Sammy Ashley, Amparo’s Team Leader, and members of her team who work in localities. The informal, 30 […]Read more >
Listening Ear’s CEO ‘In Conversation’ with the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Listening Ear’s CEO Richard Brown has taken part in an online broadcast with the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, looking at how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted on the charity and the leadership skills he has brought to bear in managing the changes required. The discussion, which took place in July, reflects […]Read more >
2.6 Challenge takes off for Listening Ear!
Listening Ear launched its 2.6 Challenge at the beginning of May 2020, aiming to raise £2,600 from sponsored activities all based around the number 2.6 or 26. From painting to breadmaking, walking or running, staff and supporters have come up with their own way of raising money to help our work with children, young people […]Read more >