The Wessex Cancer Trust knows that talking helps. Cancer is one of the hardest fights that a person will ever face but you don’t have to go through it alone.
It is not uncommon to find it hard to talk to ones family about cancer, or to talk about it at all. But a chat with a professional could help you find a way to express yourself. Sometimes, talking to someone outside your family and group of friends can really help.
We provides free and confidential counselling and complementary therapies for cancer patients and their families. Talking helps – it really does, so please give us a call, or drop in to see us if you need any help or advice. We are here to help you.
Counselling and complementary therapies are available at
Wessex Cancer Trust
11 Westwood Road
Tel: 023 8067 2200 (for general information)
Jane Scarth House
39 The Hundred
Waterside Cancer Support Centre
25 St Johns Street
023 8178 0409
Winchester Support Centre
68 St George’s Street
Isle of Wight Support Centre
Isle of Wight
Bellis House has beautifully refurbished counselling and complementary therapy rooms, which provide a calm and relaxing environment. Our waiting room also has a wide range of books and information leaflets, which you may find helpful. Our range of 60 leaflets provide useful information and advice are also available to you, and our team will be happy to help you find what you are looking for.
Ros is our counsellor at Bellis House, and can be contacted on 023 8067 2255. Please call Ros if you would like an informal discussion or to book an appointment.
Sue provides our Complementary Therapies which are increasingly popular with our clients. If you would like to talk to Sue about the range of therapies she provides, please give her a call on 023 8067 2200. Sue also provides complementary therapies at Jury’s Inn for people staying there from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Wight.
Jane Scarth House is Wessex Cancer Trust’s walk-in centre in the heart of Romsey, offering free, one to one counselling, aromatherapy, reflexology, befriending and a comprehensive information library.
Come into our dedicated centre where our trained and trusted volunteers will be pleased to meet you and offer a hot drink while they help you either access the information you need or offer a friendly, listening ear if you would like to talk.Our door is open from 10am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday and you can be sure of a warm welcome whether you come along with a friend or family members, of your own accord or by referral from your GP or hospital department.
Professional and relaxing therapies such as Aromatherapy with Mandy, Reflexology with Michele and Reiki with Heather are offered, which clients find very beneficial.
Our team of counsellors also offers professional assistance to help people manage what can be a very emotional and difficult time.
If you would like to know more, please have a look at Jane Scarth House or please do not hesitate to contact us on 01794 830374 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterside Cancer Support Centre is the Trust’s new non-clinical support centre based in Hythe for the benefit of anyone from the Waterside, New Forest and surrounding area which has been affected by cancer.
The centre is warm and homely and you can be sure of a very warm welcome with trained and trusted volunteers who welcome clients with a hot drink while they help to find information or offer a friendly, listening ear.
You can also take advantage of one-to-one professional counselling and support or relax with a range of complementary therapies.