psychotherapy and counselling

Welcome to INTERIM 

A Charity that sets out to empower adults, young people and children through psychotherapy. 

Psychotherapy and Counselling at INTERIM

Individuals come to the charity for access to free of charge and reasonably priced psychotherapy and counselling. Therapy - both giving and receiving it - performs a valuable personal and social role, but the cost is too often prohibitive. 

Psychotherapy and counselling are umbrella terms for a range of talking therapies. This charity offers free of charge and reasonably priced, and therefore very accessible psychotherapy and counselling to facilitate healing and recovery for adults, couples, families, young people, children and groups. Some services the charity can provide to you include:

  • therapeutic and specialist group work
  • advocacy
  • workshops
  • clinical supervision for therapists in training
  • consultancy support
  • continuing professional development 

The service is available weekdays, evenings and Saturdays.

Fees range from ‘No charge’ to £70 per session.

Whatever your reasons for seeking psychotherapy and counselling it is helpful to meet for an initial session, where we can reflect on the way you experience the issues and difficulties in your life and how you may want your therapy to proceed. 

If you'd like to know more, please contact us.


Pizza Masterclass Fundraiser
Christmas Hamper Raffle
East Hampshire District Council
National Lottery Community Fund


If you, your family or friends or as part of a club or group want to get involved in fundraising for the charity or want to join with us in our fundraising activities, we will be very pleased to have you!

There Are Many Ways You Can Support the charity:

  • through our fundraising events
  • by arranging your own fundraising event
  • by leaving a collection box in your local pub, shop, restaurant, or at work
  • employee fundraising & volunteering
  • you can donate money, time or goods

By fundraising you will help raise awareness of the work we are doing right now and hope to do in the future. In return we will offer you recognition through publicity in our own literature, through national and local press and online media.


We rely on your donations to create opportunities for users of our services and we are enormously appreciative for every donation we receive. You can make a donation directly by contacting us on 07827932167

or read about Other Ways of Donating.

Gifts In Kind/In-Kind Donations:

Donating a gift in kind can showcase your company’s products or services whilst also raising vital funds for us. Goods and donations for beneficiaries of the charity can make fantastic prizes for fundraising raffles at one of our events or for one of our online auctions.

Unrestricted Funds:

Which means we can target the funds where they are most needed, a particular psychoeducational project perhaps for a particular cause, (Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse for example).


You could sponsor a student on placement with charity or sponsor a member of your staff to work with us or to take part in a fundraising activity to create funds for the charity.

Gift Aid:

As a taxpayer all you have to do is refer to the Gift Aid Explained and complete a Gift Aid Declaration Form instructing the charity to claim your tax back from HMRC (Higher rate taxpayers include details of donations in your tax return). The declaration can be completed orally or in writing and one declaration can cover a single gift or a series of donations over a specific period.

For every £1 donated by a tax payer charity can claim 28p from HMRC.


A legacy gift is a planned future donation to the charity, given through a will or other form of designation. Legacy gifts to the charity are completely free of Inheritance Tax. A legacy is deducted from your estate before calculating any inheritance tax that may be due.

To find out more, refer to Legacy Giving Explained and/or to make a pledge to the charity, please fill in a Legacy Pledge Form.

Get in touch

Contact the charity using details below or alternatively, use the contact form.

We promise to reply as soon as possible.

Telephone: 07827 932 167


The charity provides face to face sessions in our consulting room in Spain Buildings, 28, The Spain, Petersfield, GU32 3LA, Suite 6b and/or sessions can be via video call.

The Spain Buildings are located in the older conservation area of Petersfield. Not far from Petersfield Hospital. Please see other dropdowns for detailed directions and routes.

The charity is registered with the Counselling Directory.

Useful Information


From 6pm there is parking right outside Suite 6b. Drive in and take the first entrance right and keep right, drive to the end of the car parking bays. Suite 6b is the last door on the right in the building on the right.

Please walk in, there is a WC on the right, Code C0349Z, walk up the stairs and Suite 6b is on the right. There is no waiting room so please come to time and wait outside the therapy room and I will come and meet you.

Car Parks:

Castle Yard (GU32 3AD) is the nearest (2 minute walk)

Tesco (GU31 4JR) (5 minute walk)

Waitrose (GU32 3JA) (10 minute walk)

Festival Hall (GU31 4EA) (10 minute walk)

Car Park charges seem to all be £1.40 for 2 hours

Disability Access

The INTERIM premises are not wheelchair accessible but we do seek to be accessible to disabled people. Please contact the charity for specific access information.

Directions: Route 1

Driving to Castle Yard Car Park GU32 3AD. Turn right up the High . Street from Dragon Street. Keep driving straight up past the square on the left, bear right with the road and then on the corner take the junction left into Swan Street (Past Roost Home Interiors furniture store on the left) Swan Street is one way. Castle Yard car park is on the left. Walk out of the opposite end of the car park to the way you drove in and you are in The Spain. Walk bearing left and you will come to the junction with the sign The Spain, keep walking bearing left and cross over by the Vision Clinic sign into the Spain buildings across the road. There is an Offices For Let sign on the wall. Follow above directions into building

Directions: Route 2

Walking from Festival Hall Park. Coming from Dragon Street (Worcester House) take second turning right into Hylton Road, just after garage on left.

Walk past a number of speed bumps (4 or 5) keep going straight on past blue Fitzroy sign on left. There is also a ‘Vision Clinic’ sign on the right hand side of the road pointing to The Spain buildings.

You will shortly come to the Spain Buildings which are situation on the left hand side. They are brick buildings with an entrance in the middle (I have attached a picture of the entrance to Spain Buildings because there is no sign). If you get to the junction on the right with a sign ‘The Spain’ you have gone just a little too far.

Directions: Route 3

Walking from Tesco Car Park. Park at far end of car park and turn left into Hylton Road. follow route 2 directions.

Directions: Route 4

From Waitrose Car Park walk up through the town to the market square. Cross the market square bearing right and take the turning to Sheep Street. Walk down Sheep Street to end and bear left into The Spain. Follow directions for route 1 above.

Walking from bus or train station. Walk into town centre to the market square then follow route 4 down Sheep Street.

Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund

Big Lottery Fund -

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation

- The HiWCF -

HCC (Hampshire County Council)

EHDC (East Hampshire District Council)

WSCC (West Sussex County Council)

Comic Relief

The Boltini Trust

The Albert Hunt Trust

Sussex Community Foundation

East Hampshire Community Lottery

Private Donations

RVH Coffee Morning

Gift Aid

Community Matters (Waitrose)

Terms & Conditions

INTERIM © A Charity registered in England & Wales (Number 1165114)

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