United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

Bethesda Counselling Centre - professional counselling services in the Cayman Islands



Bethesda Counselling Centre – This counselling centre was started in late 2007 in response to the growing need for counselling in a rapidly changing Cayman, where it was felt that an emphasis on Christian values and perspectives in professional, therapeutic healing and strengthening of the whole person would better address the core problems being experienced by many in our modern society. Persons who serve as counsellors (both full-time and part-time) are professionally qualified to provide the wide range of counselling offered, for adults and children, including:  (The Centre does not, however, provide Mental Health Services or Medical Services.)

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Mission Statement:
“To provide professional, curative, and preventative counselling/therapeutic intervention
to facilitate healing and wholeness, within a caring environment
modelled on Christ’s view of the inherent worth and potential of each individual.”

Our non-profit organisation welcomes all persons seeking counselling, regardless of faith, tradition, gender, income, etc. We are committed to providing affordable, advanced counselling, covering a wide range of needs.

The Centre is located in its own separate offices at Unit 4, 68 Mary Street in George Town, in order to provide privacy and convenience of access for the many persons working and attending schools in George Town. It has been outfitted to provide individual confidentiality (with a separate private waiting room if there is any overlap in scheduling)  and a feeling of peace and comfort for each person who visits. From Monday through Friday, flexible hours are maintained for the convenience of clients; all sessions are by appointment. (Services can also be made available at other times and in other Districts of Grand Cayman.)

The Centre is largely subsidised by the Church so that all who need someone to talk with professionally on such issues can avail themselves of the service, but those who can afford to are asked to make a donation to help ensure the long term availability of the facility, as it is separate from the pastoral counselling which the Church has always provided free of cost through its congregational Ministers. (No client is refused services based on their inability to pay.)

For more information, please contact the Bethesda Counselling Centre at 946-6575 (or 924-4676) or by e-mail at bethesda@candw.ky.



United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands