C.H.O.I.C.E.S. cic - Community Help Offering Individuals Counselling & Equine Services

We offer one-to-one counselling, group work, family work, on-site training, and the unique field of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) & Learning (EAL) in the Staffordshire area.

CHOICES are a team of qualified, experienced counsellors offering a professional and confidential service available to children, young people and adults. The counsellors are members of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and abide by their code of ethics, standards and disciplinary procedures.

Our counsellors have experience with all ages, working within Mainstream, Emotional Behavioural Difficulty (EBD) Schools, Pupil Referral Units and Social Service Establishments.

CHOICES constantly look to secure funding which may enable clients the opportunity to benefit from counselling free of charge, subject to the referral criteria. We are not part of the NHS; we are a Community Interest Company and rely on this funding to operate.

The service is currently available within the Tamworth area of Staffordshire.

YES!!! You did it.

You helped CHOICES and its Horse Power project over £43,000 to support those that need one to one counselling and equine therapy in the Tamworth area. A BIG thank you to all that voted and all that supported the work to win this.

Our "The People's Projects" entry was called HORSE POWER and it will provide additional mental health support for children, young people and adults. See more on the @CHOICEScic Facebook and Twitter pages.

CHOICES is a community interest company (cic) funded by:

Tamworth Borough Council

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European Social Fund

Can horses help humans beat anxiety?

Angela experiences Equine Assisted Psychotherapy for the first time. She wants to overcome her anxiety.

Here's a local BBC story about EAP in action

Crowdfunding opportunity

"From the horses mouth". Please have a look at what's on offer.

EAP in the Press

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy in the Guardian

The Stone and Eccelshall Gazette covered a visit to CHOICES from The Big Walk.