Browser does not support script.

York St John Communities Centre

Newsletters and columns

Bank of lavender in flower in front of campus building on Lord Mayors Walk

Centre newsletters

Our newsletters serve as a comprehensive source of information, offering insights into various aspects of the Community centre's activities. These newsletters cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Updates on our developments
  • Details about our services
  • Information on upcoming training sessions and courses
  • Highlights of engaging events
  • Updates on ongoing research initiatives

To find out more, visit our newsletters below.

Therapy Today

Professor Lynne Gabriel OBE, founder of the YSJ Communities Centre and President of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), shares her monthly column within the Therapy Today publication. 

Therapy Today includes critical and reflective thinking and lively debate written by and for practitioners, researchers, educationalists and academics.

You can read Professor Lynne Gabriel's columns below.

‘Generating employment opportunities for counsellors and therapists' (PDF, 81KB)

'The past year has been challenging for our profession' (PDF, 80KB)

‘We humans are capable of love, of joy, of immense compassion’ (PDF, 71KB)

‘Raising the profile and standing of our profession is crucial’ (PDF, 71KB)

Articles were first published in Therapy Today, the journal of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Communities Centre news

Discover the most recent updates and happenings within the Communities Centre by exploring our dedicated news page. Stay informed about the latest developments, events, and noteworthy activities that shape our community.

Read the latest news

Centre blog

Our Centre blog is a place where we share all things mental health from information, guidance, interviews, and guest blogs.

Read our blogs

Supporting York St John Communities Centre

Your donation makes a great difference!

Your gift helps cover the cost of providing free services such as our community language school, bereavement group and café's, student suicide support group 'Laurens Ladies' and drop-ins such as the weekly breastfeeding group.

As our income grows, so too does our staff team of receptionists, administrators, co-ordinators, assessors, supervisors, counsellors, coaches, and group facilitators, and your support is needed to ensure they are actively involved in service delivery and are remunerated for their work. Anything that you are able to donate can help support the work we do and the services that we offer to our community.

Make a donation through JustGiving

Cookie Settings