People can experience social or personal problems throughout their life.  If you require to talk to someone about your concerns, you may find that a counsellor can help.  Trained counsellors will listen to you and help you address and overcome particular problems.

Name Contact Type of organisation Who is it for
Central Scotland Epilepsy Support Association c/o Epilepsy Clinic, EEG Department, Falkirk Community Hospital, Falkirk, FK1 5QE Voluntary People with epilepsy
Counselling and Support Service for Alcohol and Drugs

13 Pitt Terrace, Stirling, FK8 2EZ

Tel: 01786 450721

Voluntary People with alcohol or substance use problems, and their carers
Counselling Directory   Voluntary Anyone who needs it
CRUSE Bereavement Care Scotland

Tel: 0845 600 2227

Voluntary Anyone who needs it
Deafblind Scotland

21 Alexandra Avenue, Lenzie, Glasgow, G66 5BG

Tel: 0141 777 6111

Voluntary People with a dual sensory impairment
Forth Valley Advocacy Service

1 The Bungalows, Larbert, FK5 4SD

Tel: 01324 557 070

Voluntary Anyone who needs it
In Care Survivors Service Scotland

Open Secret,
98 Thornhill Road,
Tel: 0800 121 6027


Voluntary A trauma informed counselling and support service for adults who suffered childhood abuse in care and their families.
Multiple Sclerosis Society

25 Torry Drive, Alva, FK12 5NQ

Tel: 01259 769457

Voluntary People with multiple sclerosis
Off the record

27 Murray Place, Stirling, FK8 1DQ

Tel: 01786 450518 or 0800 027 6001

Voluntary All young people under 25
Open Secret

13 Pitt Terrace, Stirling, FK8 2EZ

Tel: 01786 448504

Voluntary Survivors of childhood sexual abuse
Relationships Scotland Couple Counselling Central Scotland

9 Callander Road, Falkirk, FK1 1XS

Tel: 01324 670067

Voluntary Patients and their families, specialist services for those affected by Prostate cancer and their families, veterans and their families, over 50's, domestic conflict support.
Scotland Patients Association

Gartincaber, West Plea, Stirling, FK7 8BA

Tel: 01786 818008

Voluntary Patients and their families
British Deaf Association

1st Floor, Central Chambers, Suite 58, 93 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 6LD

Voluntary People who are deaf or hearing impaired
Sorted on sex

Off the Record, 27 Murray Place, Stirling, FK8 1DQ

Tel: 0800 027 6001

Voluntary All young people from 12 to 19
Suzie Mosson Counselling

Sona Clachaigh, 10 Main Street, Airth, FK2 8JJ

Tel: 07522 743 001

Voluntary Relationship counselling
The Spark

The Spark
72 Waterloo Street
G2 7DA

Tel: 01412 222166

Voluntary Relationship counselling for couples, individuals and young people
Action in mind

Action in mind,
19 Dean Crescent,

Tel: 01786 451203

Voluntary People with mental health problems
Forth Valley Healthy Hearts Club

c/o Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit, Stirling Community Hospital, FK8 2AU

Tel: 01786 434000

Voluntary Former patients of the cardiac rehabilitation programme
Stirling Family Support Service

St John Street, Stirling, FK8 1EA

Tel: 01786 470797
Tel: 0800 027 0898 (helpline)

Voluntary Anyone concerned or affected by drug use