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Pathway Counselling is a vital part of PATH, the county's leading homelessness charity. We provide free mental health counselling and support in Pembrokeshire as part of PATH’s wrap-around service.

PATH - Pembrokeshire Action for the Homeless, is a homelessness charity who have been developing services for over 40 years to help those at risk of, or experiencing, homelessness. PATH deals with issues regarding housing, welfare benefits, rough sleeping and more.

As counsellors, we recognise that homelessness can be rooted in various underlying issues. Stress, depression, anxiety, grief, domestic violence, family breakdown, PTSD, among others, are factors that can create an environment where homelessness becomes a tangible threat. That's why our commitment is to support people throughout Pembrokeshire in cultivating confidence, resilience, and a personal mental health toolkit.

Our goal is to empower you to build the independence to care for your mind and shape the life you want to lead.

WHO WE ARE

PATH is committed to building a team of employees who are a diverse, inclusive and talented. Each one is committed to making a real difference to the lives of the people that they work with. 

Mental Health Counsellor (click for job description)

Mental Health Administrative Assistant (click for job description)

Or if you think you have the experience needed to be a valuable trustee, let us know what you think you can bring to the table.

We do accept speculative CVs and will keep them on file.

Pathway Counselling is a vital part of PATH, the county's leading homelessness charity. We provide free mental health counselling and support in Pembrokeshire as part of PATH’s wrap-around service.

PATH - Pembrokeshire Action for the Homeless, is a homelessness charity who have been developing services for over 40 years to help those at risk of, or experiencing, homelessness. PATH deals with issues regarding housing, welfare benefits, rough sleeping and more.

As counsellors, we recognise that homelessness can be rooted in various underlying issues. Stress, depression, anxiety, grief, domestic violence, family breakdown, PTSD, among others, are factors that can create an environment where homelessness becomes a tangible threat. That's why our commitment is to support people throughout Pembrokeshire in cultivating confidence, resilience, and a personal mental health toolkit.

Our goal is to empower you to build the independence to care for your mind and shape the life you want to lead.


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PATH is committed to building a team of employees who are a diverse, inclusive and talented. Each one is committed to making a real difference to the lives of the people that they work with. 

Mental Health Counsellor (click for job description)

Mental Health Administrative Assistant (click for job description)

Or if you think you have the experience needed to be a valuable trustee, let us know what you think you can bring to the table.

We do accept speculative CVs and will keep them on file.


CONTACT US TO ENQUIRE

VOLUNTEERING

At Pathway Counselling, we’re keen to hear from extraordinary people, looking to support our mission of improving mental health for the people of Pembrokeshire.

Volunteering can be a truly rewarding experience and there are many ways you can become involved:

  • Fundraising.
  • Company partnerships.
  • Taking up one of our volunteer roles.
  • Work with us to share your story and inspire others.
  • Join our group sessions and support us in developing new workshops.

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PLACEMENTS

Pathway Counselling has developed a student placement academy, that supports trainee counsellors to complete their supervised hours and achieve their qualification.

To join our team, all trainees will need to complete their ‘Fitness to Practice’ certificates, enabling them to take on regulated client work. Trainees will need to be fully insured student members of the BACP, following the Ethical Framework for counselling work.


CONTACT US TO ENQUIRE

OUR VISION AND VALUES

Our vision is that of a caring, inclusive society where everyone matters, has a sense of belonging and works positively in the service of others. 

PATH recruits new team members through a process based upon our values, which inspire, challenge, and motivate us as an organisation. They permeate the work and behaviour of everyone at PATH and underpin the decision-making process.

Our values are represented through the four Ps:

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OUR VISION AND VALUES

Our vision is that of a caring, inclusive society where everyone matters, has a sense of belonging and works positively in the service of others. 

PATH recruits new team members through a process based upon our values, which inspire, challenge, and motivate us as an organisation. They permeate the work and behaviour of everyone at PATH and underpin the decision-making process.

Our values are represented through the four Ps:

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PERKS & BENEFITS


  • Flexible working – both formal and informal arrangements;
  • Hybrid working is available for some roles;
  • We offer significant training and development opportunities including some secondment opportunities;
  • Regular appraisals that identify development goals;
  • Free parking permits;
  • Free tea, coffee and biscuits;
  • Recognition in regular staff newsletters and staff appreciation days;
  • Free mental health support and counselling for all staff;
  • An active menopause policy to support those going through this change;
  • Regular working groups and staff consultation and feedback to shape working practices, policies and plans;
  • Town centre office accommodation

PERKS & BENEFITS


  • Flexible working – both formal and informal arrangements;
  • Hybrid working is available for some roles;
  • We offer significant training and development opportunities including some secondment opportunities;
  • Regular appraisals that identify development goals;
  • Free parking permits;
  • Free tea, coffee and biscuits;
  • Recognition in regular staff newsletters and staff appreciation days;
  • Free mental health support and counselling for all staff;
  • An active menopause policy to support those going through this change;
  • Regular working groups and staff consultation and feedback to shape working practices, policies and plans;
  • Town centre office accommodation