Contact Us:
0300 111 0031



Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

18th March 2020. We are no longer offering face-to-face appointments. 

Our office is operating as normal. If you wish to make an appointment,  do give us a call so that we can keep in contact with you and put you on our list, ready for when the situation changes.

We offer telephone or Skype counselling appointments for both individuals and couples.  Please call us on 0300 111 0031 or email info@argyllcouplecounselling if you would like to make an appointment for this.

Thank you.



To see a counsellor at one of our venues in Argyll

To arrange Telephone and Skype counselling appointments

To speak to our coordinator with any queries, and for more information

CALL 0300 111 0031

(For armed forces personnel referrals please see "Work Related Welfare" on our "Counselling Services"  page)

You may also use the enquiry form below, and we will respond as soon as possible.


Please let us know if you have a preferred method of contact, or a particular time to get back to you. You do not need to give us details of why you are seeking help here.

We have counsellors throughout Argyll and offer appointments at a variety of times and venues depending on your location. Our coordinator will be happy to discuss your requirements & arrange an appointment to suit.

Telephone and Skype appointments can also be made by contacting 0300 111 0031. We send or e-mail guidance to make sure you get the best out of telephone or Skype appointments.

Occasionally we have a waiting list in some areas if a counsellor is particularly busy. If this is the case we will let you know how long you will need to wait, and we will keep in touch. Telephone and Skype appointments can usually be arranged very quickly, however, and there is generally no waiting list for this service. Subsequent face to face and telephone appointments can be arranged directly between you and your counsellor


Please call  0300 111 0031 if you need to cancel an appointment. Remember our counsellors often need to travel to a venue, and so as much notice as possible is required.


A small number of our counsellors are "in-training". They are established qualified individual counsellors of many years standing. They have successfully completed Relationships Scotland’s Certificate in Couple Counselling and are working towards couple counselling accreditation by completing additional clinical practice counselling hours. They are also assessed as competent to practice by Relationships Scotland. If you only want to see an accredited counsellor, let us know.