Counselling for

Individuals and Couples

Based in Farnham, online and by telephone for adults and over 16’s

Welcome to Rebecca Rogers Counselling

Hello and welcome, my name is Rebecca. If you have found yourself on this website, you might be thinking about making some changes in your life or feel in need of support. Whether you are curious to understand yourself a bit better, are struggling to cope or feel you can no longer carry on with things the way they are, I would like to help you if I can.

Talking to a counsellor gives you a space to safely explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences in a relationship that allows you to do that without judgement or advice. Given that counselling is a very personal thing to do, it is important to choose the right counsellor for you. As a practitioner I offer a warm, collaborative, relational approach to support what you feel you are struggling with. We might look at something you have been holding onto for a long time, or explore new and unexpected feelings and emotions.

“Whatever has led you to counselling, I offer a safe, non-judgemental therapy space where you can be yourself.”

“There comes a point when we need to stop just pulling people out of the river. We need to go upstream and find out why they’re falling in.” – Desmond Tutu

I offer in-person, online and telephone sessions, working with adults and young people over 16 for individual counselling. I also have in-person appointments for couples counselling available. I am based in Farnham and am easily accessible by car and public transport from local areas including Farnborough, Fleet, Camberley, Wrecclesham and Guildford.

I work with people from all walks of life and backgrounds, coming to me with a diverse range of problems. As a professionally qualified counsellor I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, and abide by their code of ethics.

About Counselling

Speak in Confidence

Although many of us are surrounded by family, friends and colleagues, there are lots of different reasons why we don’t talk to them about things we are struggling with or feel upset about:

We don’t want them to be upset

We don’t want to burden anyone

We are too embarrassed to share

We worry that no-one will understand

We are unsure who we can trust

Sometimes we just don’t want others to know what is going on

A problem shared

Counselling is an opportunity to talk to a trained non-judgemental professional without being given advice or being told what to do or say.

It is a space where you can be yourself, think about cycles of unhelpful thoughts and behaviours, find clarity at times when you feel really stuck, develop greater self-understanding and consider the possibility of choices and change, including deciding not to choose.

If you are looking for something to read, there are some resources here that you might find helpful about coping and looking after mental health.

Take the first step

I understand that taking the first steps towards finding a counsellor can often feel daunting or scary. There are no guarantees it will work, but counselling can be a helpful and rewarding experience – an experience that is different for everyone because we are all different.

Since we all need different support, I offer both short and long term work to best accommodate your specific needs. Short term therapy can be helpful for a major life event, coping strategies and working with specific goals, whilst long term therapy tends to support a broader range of issues and challenges.

Click here for information on Couples Counselling sessions.

What issues can counselling help with?

I support clients in a wide range of areas including:

Anxiety and stress

Bereavement and grief

Perinatal loss

Loss by suicide

Relationship problems

Counselling for carers

Depression and low mood

Difficult family dynamics


Low self-esteem

Low self-confidence

Men’s mental health

Suicidal thoughts

“It is the client who knows what hurts, what directions to go, what problems are crucial, what experiences have been deeply buried” – Carl Rogers


What type of sessions are available?

Daytime and evening in-person counselling sessions are available during the week and I also have some appointments on a Saturday. You can also choose online sessions or telephone sessions if you prefer, and various appointment times are available however, couples counselling sessions are in-person only.

How do I contact you?

You can email, text or phone me and I aim to respond to all contact as soon as I can, usually within 24 hours.

Email: or use my website email contact form

Phone: 07305 994014

What can I talk about in counselling?

You can talk about anything at all!

How many sessions will I need?

There is no easy answer to this because everyone has different needs. I offer both short and longer term counselling and would suggest that if you would like to work together, we regularly talk about how you feel it is going and whether you are finding it helpful. If you have a specific timeframe in mind, I am also happy to work in a way that supports it. You can of course choose to end counselling at any time.

How long do sessions last?

Individual counselling sessions are 50 minutes long and couples counselling sessions are 60 minutes long. Sessions are usually at the same time each week, although the frequency of our sessions together is something we would mutually agree.

Is what I tell you confidential?

What you tell me is confidential although there are a couple of exceptions. If I am concerned about risk of serious harm to yourself or someone else I might need to break confidentiality and speak to another professional. Wherever possible, I would ask for your permission first. I am also obliged by law to report any disclosure of harm to a child, threat of terrorism or drug trafficking to the correct authorities.

In line with the requirements of my professional body the BACP, my work is regularly supervised by a qualified supervisor whose role is to ensure that I work ethically and professionally. I refer to my clients by first name only in supervision, and conversations between myself and my supervisor are confidential.

Will counselling help?

I can’t offer you a guarantee but counselling can help you to gain a better understanding of what is going on for you, have a place to reflect and be curious in and find your own answers. If you don’t feel counselling is helpful, it is your right to end our work at any time.

Do you take sides in couples counselling?

I don’t take sides or look to blame one partner for problems being experienced in a relationship. My role is to help you understand each other better and facilitate improved support, connection and communication.


British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

UK professional body for members of the counselling professions.

Integrative therapy

Combines techniques, understandings and methods from different therapeutic approaches to best meet individual or couples needs.

Person-centred therapy

Focuses on our capacity for growth by working with thoughts, feelings and experiences to support greater self-awareness, acceptance and the possibility of change, within an empathetic, accepting and genuine therapeutic relationship.

Attachment theory

Focuses on early years attachments and their impact on our ability to make, sustain and manage relationships and connections in later life.

Humanistic theories

Humanistic theories are rooted in human potential and our capacity to grow and change in positive ways, focusing on development, greater self-awareness and individual strengths and values.

Alexandra House & Barn

1 Waverley Lane




My location

My therapy room is based in a lovely barn on the edge of central Farnham where I offer daytime and early evening in-person counselling appointments during the week, and also see clients on a Saturday. Farnham train station and car park are opposite and there are several town centre car parks within easy walking distance. Free on-road parking can be found on several roads very close by. I also offer online and telephone counselling at various times, if you prefer to work in that way.

Please note my therapy room is located upstairs – unfortunately there is no lift available in the building.

Fees, assessment & cancellation

Free initial assessment for individuals: I offer a short telephone or in-person assessment to talk about your reasons for seeking counselling and how I might be able to help. It takes around 15/20 minutes and is an opportunity to ask any questions you may have and for us to decide if we would be a good fit working together.

Free initial online assessment for couples: I offer a 30 minute online initial assessment to talk to you both about the problems you are experiencing, your expectations and goals of couples counselling and how I might be able to help you.

Fees and payment:

  • Individual counselling – £55 per 50 minute session
  • Couples counselling – £65 per 60 minute session

Payment can be made by bank transfer, cash or credit/debit card. Bank transfer payments are due 24 hours before each session.

Cancellation: Less than 24 hours notice of cancellation or failure to attend an appointment will incur the full fee.

Get in touch

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about how counselling works, or to arrange an initial assessment appointment. This enables us to discuss the reasons you are thinking of coming to counselling, whether it could be helpful for you and whether I am the right therapist to help.

You can also call me on 07305 994 014 if you would prefer to leave a message or speak to me first. I am happy to discuss any queries or questions you may have prior to arranging an initial appointment.

What my clients say…

“You have just been such a massive help to me and I am very grateful for that.”

“Over the past few months you have helped me tremendously. There has been a noticeable change to my attitude and stress level both at work and in my personal life which I cannot thank you enough for.”

“Thank you so much for your help, kindness and empathy – it has been invaluable.”

“I can’t overstate the part that you have played in getting me through the last 6 months. During the darkest days, knowing that l was going to see you on a Friday always gave me strength and hope.”

“You were so warm, welcoming and deeply understanding when I first walked through the door, terrified of how I was feeling and not sure how I was going to cope with the rest of my life. You helped me understand that how I was feeling was OK and that there was no shame in it. I just have to say thank you from the bottom of my heart, you have no idea how much I appreciate what you have given to me over the last 3 months.”

“Thank you for guiding me to a healthy place I didn’t think was attainable 3 months ago. You have helped me to accept my emotions and value them in a way I never could before. I am so grateful for everything you have done to help me unpick my problems and be where I am now.”

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