St Werburghs Community Centre Tenants
Amicus Foster Care
Amicus Foster Care office is based in room 2 at the community centre. They are an independent fostering agency supporting families to care for children and young people who are looked after by Local Authorities. The agency is small, friendly and responsive.
Amicus prides itself in providing opportunities for Looked after Children to reach their full potential and live fulfilling lives in their community.
Herbalists Without Borders
Herbalist Without Borders, Bristol, rent a space and host meetings at the community centre. There are a collaboration between clinical herbalists, community herbalists, herb growers, and local migrant support projects.
They are a branch of Herbalists Without Borders UK and affiliated with international Herbalists Without Borders.
Providing free herbal healthcare to people fleeing conflict, persecution, and intolerable living conditions.
Karen Christie Counselling
Karen Christie hosts her counselling sessions at her office in the Community Centre.
Karen is an experienced, qualified and Integrative Counsellor, which means she works with different theoretical concepts and models depending on clients’ needs and ways of experiencing. Karen provides a safe quiet and confidential space for you to talk, think about what feels difficult for you.
Tel: 07740 775 223
Mary-Rose Clarke Counselling
Mary-Rose is a Person Centred Counsellor and Embodied-Relational Therapist accredited with the British Association for Psychotherapists and Counsellors (BACP). She works one-to-one with people struggling with a range of challenges in their lives, including depression, bereavement, addiction and trauma. Often supporting those who are neurodivergent, part of the LGBTQIA+ community or with lived experience of racism. For more information please visit https://earthtalk.co.uk
Khaas have been based at the Community Centre for many years.
Khaas is an organisation that provides services to BME families who have children with disabilities and special needs. Their team seeks to improve the lives of disabled children, their carers and their families. They also provides Saturday respite care, holiday play scheme, health-related sessions, short courses, young carers projects and information workshops.