About Us



The HFP provides a counselling service to the community of Nottingham. As well as being a training centre for postgraduate psychotherapy students at The University of Nottingham, the HFP is a research environment.

The therapy service offers up to twenty sessions of person-centred experiential therapy. The therapy is conducted by qualified therapists and trainee therapists. All therapists receive supervision in accordance with BACP requirements.

Sessions are offered to individual clients; each session lasts for 50-minutes and will typically be offered one sessions per week. We provide comfortable, safe surroundings, where privacy will be assured.

For Clients

About Counselling for Human Flourishing

The Human Flourishing Project is a FREE counselling and psychotherapy service for adults or young people aged 18+ years. We run three main services:

-Therapy following a trauma
-Therapy for personal growth
-Therapy in a language other than English subject to therapist availability

The centre works collaboratively with health care professionals, who may refer clients for therapy with us. We also accept self-referrals.

For more information on what you may expect from this therapy please visit our FAQ page.

Counselling from Human Flourishing

What you can expect from the HFP

- Care and respect for individuality
- Respecting your rights
- Empowering clients to achieve growth
- Maintaining confidentiality
- Independent service
- Working collaboratively

Assessment
On referral to the HFP, you will be contacted by a member of the team and asked to fill out a brief assessment questionnaire. If HFP services are suitable for you, you will be contacted for an initial appointment with a therapist.

Counselling Opportunities in Research

HFP as a research environment.

HFP services committed to the development of new knowledge in the field of person-centred experiential psychotherapy through research.

Participation in research generally requires clients to be involved in a range of measures, either at each counselling session, or at particular intervals during therapy and follow-up.